Ten True Stores of America's Most Depraved Murderers of All Time.
If your heart and stomach are strong enough, then you will surely enjoy this blood-chilling parade of murders and other grisly deeds too ghastly to mention here. This collection of true stories of unholy horror and unspeakable evil were written by one of America's most brilliant fact-crime reporters—Alan Hynd.
"What do you want fly paper in the middle of the winter for, Mrs. Lewis?" asked the grocer."I can’t explain it," said Lyda, and indeed she was in no position to explain it, "but in spite of the cold weather our house is over-run with flies."Two weeks later, Harlan Lewis took to his bed, aching all over, and with the soles of his feet itchy. Nobody suspected a thing and Lyda, who was doing the talking, explained that dear hubby had all the symptoms of influenza. Lyda was lucky in her choice of a doctor. She called in a crusty old character who smelled of a combination of pills and whisky and he bought the influenza story. And so Harlan Lewis, the man who had failed so miserably to implement his union with Lyda, passed on to his just desserts.