Title: The Ultimate Serial Killer Collection
Author: Charles Clark
Narrator: Merrick Pearce
Get ready to embark on a journey into humanity’s darker side….
Serial killers hold a place in the heart pop culture. Viewed with contempt and disgust, their sickening deeds nevertheless draw an aura of curiosity and guilty fascination. Now, the Ultimate Serial Killer Collection is here to uncover the secrets of these killers and their evil crimes.
Within this spine-chilling audiobook, you’ll discover the stories of history’s most famous serial killers, including:
- The infamous Ted Bundy, the sociopathic killer who murdered over two dozen people
- Jeffery Dahmer, otherwise known as the Milwaukee Monster
- The secrets of the mysterious and unidentified Zodiac Killer
- Jack The Ripper, the infamous murderer who stalked 19th century London’s streets
- John Wayne Gacy, the “killer clown” who buried 26 of his victims in the crawl space beneath his home
- The committed Satanist Richard Ramirez, whom the media dubbed “The Night Stalker”
- Edmund Kemper, the paranoid schizophrenic who, after deceiving his psychiatrists, went on a killing spree
- Charles Manson, the crazed cult leader and one of America’s most infamous men
- And countless more….
Look beyond the curtain at humanity’s depraved and sadistic side. From their unassuming childhoods to imprisonment, execution, or murder, this ultimate collection delves deep into their twisted minds and the killings which shook the world.
A comprehensive, detailed exploration of over 20 of the world’s most infamous killers, The Ultimate Serial Killer Collection is your ticket to the darker side of humanity.
Are you ready to embark on this journey? Then get this audiobook now and begin.
I love true crime, and when I was offered a free copy of this book, I jumped at the chance. I was sad though to hear just how much information provided in this collection was inaccurate or was only given in a brief recap. I had hoped the information for each serial killer would be covered in much more depth.
Also, the sentences were written in a choppy manner, and there were a lot of uses of “however” at the beginning of sentences. Even with my doubts, I listened to about half of the book, but I couldn’t complete it.
Narration was well-done, but I think the book could use a bit of editing.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.