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The Beast of Chicago by Rick Geary
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The Beast of Chicago

by Rick Geary

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He was the world's first serial killer and he existed in the late 19th century, operating around the Chicago World's Fair, building a literal house of horrors, replete with chutes for dead bodies, gas chambers, surgical rooms. He methodically murdered up to 200 people, mostly young women. The infamous H.H. Holmes is the next subject of Geary's award-winning and increasingly popular series.… (more)

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A very chilling and macabre account of the Chicago murders of America's first serial killers. He killed more people than Jack the Ripper and thus deserves to be better known.
  ThothJ | Dec 4, 2015 |
A very chilling and macabre account of the Chicago murders of America's first serial killers. He killed more people than Jack the Ripper and thus deserves to be better known.
  ThothJ | Dec 4, 2015 |
A very chilling and macabre account of the Chicago murders of America's first serial killers. He killed more people than Jack the Ripper and thus deserves to be better known.
  ThothJ | Dec 3, 2015 |
A very chilling and macabre account of the Chicago murders of America's first serial killers. He killed more people than Jack the Ripper and thus deserves to be better known.
  ThothJ | Dec 3, 2015 |
STORYLINE: Follows the criminal, fraud and murder, exploits of H. H. Holmes. He had such a busy career that it is somewhat rushed feeling. A high level overview to wet the appetite.

ART: Black & white pencil drawings with fine details added. ( )
  ktoonen | Jul 11, 2013 |
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