CHAMBERS OF HORROR: Monstrous Crimes of the Modern Age


CHAMBERS OF HORROR: Monstrous Crimes of the Modern Age

JOHN MARLOWE    Book Number: 87894    Product format: Paperback

Bathroom Bloodbath, A Room For His Sex Toys, The Fetishist's Workshop, The Bus Driver's Home-Made Lock Up, The House In the Cul-de-Sac, The Foul-Smelling Apartment, The Paedophile's Hidden Dungeon, The Bunker Built for a Daughter (Josef Fritzl), A Farmhouse Full of Body Parts, The Cemetery in the Crawl Space, The Doctor's Monster Castle, The Threadbare Millionaire's Home-Made Dungeon, The Cannibal's Kitchen and the Communal Toilet, The Army Butcher's Attic Home (Dennis Nilsen), and Dead Bodies in the Living Room are some of the Chamber of Horrors in this study of warped thinking. It is an examination of some of the world's most macabre crimes as well as a clinical examination of the purpose-built rooms, hidden spaces and soundproof dungeons prepared for victims. In 1984, abusive father Josef Fritzl drugged his 18 year old daughter with ether and imprisoned her in a dungeon under his house. She wasn't to see daylight for 24 years. Bondage freak Izabela Lewicka willingly signed a 115 item contract giving John Edward Robinson complete control over her life, but she never imagined it would be a licence to kill. From the massive Murder Castle once used by Dr H. H. Holmes to prey upon those attending the 1893 Chicago World's Fair to the hand-tooled box under the bed where Cameron Hooker kept his 'sex slave', John Marlowe takes us on a disturbing insight into the deeds and evil motivations of monsters. 304pp in illustrated softback.
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