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THE TRASH BAG MURDERER by Tony Stewart
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THE TRASH BAG MURDERER

by Tony Stewart

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In all my years as a crime writer, there has only been one murder story that I've never been able to completely clear from my mind. Told for the first time, the author, who is also a survivor tells this account of tremendous suffering and great loss of life is more horrific than words can possibly describe. With a genius level intelligence quotient (I.Q.) of 180, Patrick Wayne Kearney outsmarted police and the criminal judicial system to become one of the deadliest serial killers ever to escape the death penalty.Serial killer Patrick Wayne Kearney succeeded in destroying thousands of innocent lives during his inhuman bloody rampage that made satanic cult leader Charley Manson look benign in comparison.Forgotten and buried within the subterranean of police files, the Trash bag murders remain the most gruesome criminal case in American history.

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