About 1990s – A Decade of Serial Killers: The Most Evil Serial Killers of the 1990s (American Serial Killer Antology by Decade)
Discover the most wicked serial killers of the 1990s, one of the worst decades of true crime and heinous serial murderers America has ever known.
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The nineties were a time when big changes were happening across the world. Unfortunately, with big changes also comes instability and crime, resulting in many heinous individuals that got a chance to commit them and cases that many are terrified to just hear about. In this book, find 12 such cases from all over the world.
The 1990s had some of the most prolific and horrific serial killers on record. This book takes you through some of the decade’s worst cases of mass murder and serial killing, from well-known villains such as Robert Yates and Aileen Wuornos to the more obscure but equally awful cases of Colin Ireland and Anatoly Onoprienko. Here you will relive some of the most sanguinary stories you ever saw on the nightly news with Tom Brokaw, Peter Jennings or Dan Rather, stories that kept you up at night then and will still chill your blood today!
After reading this book, you will never look back at the 1990s in quite the same way again!
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Jack Smith is fascinated with true crime, specifically serial killers. After finishing his university degree in medicine, Jack continued to become a pathologist. He has traveled far and wide and has seen many cases in the thirty years. Jack started documenting some of the peculiarities in these cases to observe trends among crimes. From this early fascination with murderers, he decided to pursue this by writing about cases that he found most interesting both from a psychological point of view as well as the story behind the murders. He is from Maine and has since retired, allowing him to focus on his true crime research, which he documents in his books.