The World's Most Evil Psychopaths: Horrifying True-Life Cases

The World s Most Evil Psychopaths Horrifying True Life Cases Carl Panzram was gang raped at the age of and by way of revenge forcibly sodomized than a thousand boys and men as well as committing over murders Ed Kemper shot his grandmother once in the head

  • Title: The World's Most Evil Psychopaths: Horrifying True-Life Cases
  • Author: John Marlowe
  • ISBN: 9781784041038
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Carl Panzram was gang raped at the age of 14 and by way of revenge forcibly sodomized than a thousand boys and men as well as committing over 20 murders.Ed Kemper shot his grandmother once in the head and twice in the back and went on to murder his grandfather, his mother, her friend and six female hitch hikers.Jerry Brudos strangled Jan Whitney in his house and leftCarl Panzram was gang raped at the age of 14 and by way of revenge forcibly sodomized than a thousand boys and men as well as committing over 20 murders.Ed Kemper shot his grandmother once in the head and twice in the back and went on to murder his grandfather, his mother, her friend and six female hitch hikers.Jerry Brudos strangled Jan Whitney in his house and left her body dangling from the ceiling for several days.Pietro Pacciani got 13 years in prison for killing a travelling salesman who had slept with his fianc e Not only did Pacciani stab the man 19 times, but he also raped the corpse.The World s Most Evil Psychopaths provides a concise, yet detailed look at some of the most dangerous individuals who have ever lived Starting with examples of the earliest recorded psychopaths, author John Marlowe presents a carefully chosen cross section of history s most infamous criminals, whose fascinating life stories are viewed with an unflinching gaze, making for a chilling, but engrossing read.

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    1. A nice overview, maybe for someone who isn't too familiar with the subject. I was a bit disappointed with who was included and who wasn't and there were many cases that I'm so familiar with I could skip over, and I felt like some cases were summarized too much compared to others.I was really hoping there would have been more on HH Holmes but the book hardly went into details.

    2. Interesting read but why did i have to finish it at quarter to 3 in the morning. Now it's all I can think about.

    3. A nice overview, like reading articles except you know, this is reliable. There were a few people I don't think should have been in there, primarily Aileen Wuornos; whiles she was a serial killer, I don't believe she was an evil and horrifying psychopath. I'm not excusing her actions or denying that she killed people, but she wasn't torturing anyone.

    4. This book is "catalog" of peoples who the Americans calls serial killers.For guy who is intersting on them it can be used as quick source of informations.Psychopaths (as the author, not entirely correctly, calls them) are categorized chronologicly and this not this without trouble. Filing historical characters like Vlad III. or Elizabeth Báthory is far off. I don´t exactly understand why is modern psychos separate to "Sexual Murderers" and "Serial killers". For example Ed Kamper is "Sexual mur [...]

    5. Much more interesting than I had expected. While not exactly light Sunday reading, it provides an informative and interesting insight into some of the most notorious and written about psychopaths of our time and times passed. I found some of the historical and Victorian figures particularly interesting to read about.

    6. This book is great for succinct, detailed and well written sections on the lives of the 'psychopaths' talked about. I've found it a fantastic way to learn about them and decide who I would like to learn more about!

    7. really good book and sad. so many people murdered. I just don't get it. I don't get home someone can eat someone, or kill their own children, or kill 10 of their own children. why have kids? why shoot up schools and kill innocent children? why kill someone because they have different views then you? I just don't understand why people murder.

    8. This book was a disappointment to me. There seems to be nothing new about any of the cases presented. They just seem to be a rehash of the many news articles and reports we have already read or heard. There are much better sources of information about these sick killers available.

    9. WindedThe book was winded and boring. Doing basic recaps on already famous serial killers and babbled on about people that you've never heard about but again was very basic

    10. The World's Most Evil Psychopaths by John Marlowe is a well-done collection and well researched. Firstly, there is no "set" list or "state rating" for who is more psychotic, this is John Marlowe's personal listing he has brought forth. That said, I feel as though, his definition of psychopath differentiates from yours or mine, which means there will be people who you or I thought would've been in here but wasn't. That is one of the factors in lowering this by a star, It's WELL researched and org [...]

    11. I bought this book as research material for a novel/screenplay my son is developing. The book covers serial killers from early history through more modern times. Many of these individuals I had never heard of but, although the descriptions were concise, they are definitely names and deeds I will long remember.

    12. Awesome book, that is if you like this kind of stuff! It was very informative and gives an in-depth description about the lives, motives, and crimes committed by some of the most dangerous human beings that have ever lived. Highly recommended, great read!

    13. Rather basic biography compilation of historical evil doers. Lots of pictures and colorful quips, not an in depth treatise on any individual but better than average basic introduction to many of the horrifying figures of yesteryear's nightly news reports.

    14. Disturbing and thought provoking.Three stars. An interesting quick look at the evil minds of many psychopaths. John Marlow takes you on a historical journey of international true crime. Anyone interested in this type of genre will come away with new some new insights.

    15. Could be betterWhile interesting I often felt as though I could have just read pages and had the same experience it often seemed like I was doing that anyway.

    16. Short and sweetI enjoyed it. It gave just enough detail and the price was just right! I love books like this. Worth the read.

    17. Love This Titlethat I did because I love reading non-fiction true crime. So any one with this taste should read this title

    18. ScaryThis is an interesting and scary accumulations of some of the most infamous killers. Sure makes you want to lock your doors.

    19. Very interesting and gives a quick case study that isn't difficult to understand but gives great detail.

    20. Expected moreI would have liked to seen some pictures. Maybe going back a little further into their childhood s. But it was a quick read.

    21. Intresting book, scary to think these people are among us and live in everyday society, with out being really noticable until they do something awful like these people have done.

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