BONUS INSIDE – True Crime: The 10 Most Notorious Serial Killers In Ohio And Their Horrible True Crime Cases
Find out more about these Chilling Ohio Serial Killers Stories
With names such as Neil Armstrong (the first human being to set foot on the moon), Steven Spielberg (considered the most successful movie director in history), Thomas Edison (inventor of the light bulb and much more), as well as eight U.S. Presidents — the State of Ohio is a land of rich history.
Known as “The Buckeye State” because of the trees that grow there, this Midwestern state is a territory with a strong presence in sports, economy, and transportation.
However, Ohio also has a dark side.
The state’s capital has a crime rate two to three times the national average and has birthed some of the most disturbed criminals in the country. The amount of serial killers and psychopaths in the area is even considered disproportionate compared to other cities, whether nearby or far.
What better a state than Ohio for our next book on serial killers?
In this book, you shall read the stories of ten of the most dangerous human beings (a very loose term, considering their acts), who had no sort of remorse or mercy within them when unleashing their murderous desires on their victims.
Whether it is eight or eighty victims they left behind, these killers are some of the worst in U.S. history, and it makes you wonder: where is all that darkness coming from?
It is time to move on; prepare yourself, and be wary: you may not be the same after reading these accounts…
Here Is A Preview Of the Book…
- The Cleveland Monster
- The Serial Slasher
- The Cleveland Strangler
- Brother Heidnik
- The Butcher of Kansas City
- The Angel of Death
- Murderers in Love
- Arsenic Anna
- The Cleveland Torso Murderer
- Much, Much more
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