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  • Books 10, 11, and 12: 36 Disturbing Stories
  • By: Jason Neal
  • Narrated by: Simon de Deney
  • Length: 12 hrs and 42 mins

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By: Jason Neal
Narrated by: Simon de Deney
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Publisher's Summary

If you’re a fan of true crime, you’re undoubtedly familiar with the big-name cases: Ted Bundy, BTK, David Berkowitz, Christopher Watts, Diane Downs, Casey Anthony, Jeffrey Dahmer, Jodi Arias, Ed Gein, etc. The list of well-known, notorious cases throughout history is seemingly endless. Books, websites, podcasts, streaming television series, and magazines are filled with their abhorrent tales of mayhem. They’re some of the most foul killers the world has ever known.

In my books, I do my best to find stories you may not have heard of. To do this, I count on my listeners to send me stories that may have gone forgotten and aren't found all over the internet.

In this collection, you'll find 36 true crime stories from the last 100 years, many of which you may never have heard of.

A sampling of the stories includes:

  • The Crossword Murder: A young East German boy walked to the cinema to meet friends but disappeared somewhere along the snow-packed sidewalks. When his body was later found, the only clue investigators had was a crossword puzzle filled out with green ink.
  • A Sad Holiday Season: In the north of England, a sixteen-year-old girl disappeared after Christmas shopping with her friend. A massive manhunt led police to a serial killer who lived just blocks away from her home.
  • The Leg Thing: A young man of 17 who derived immense pleasure from the sound of someone else's bones breaking.
  • The Ice Cream Killer: In another story, a female ice cream shop owner, who had felt the urge to kill since she was a child, acted on her impulse and kept her victim’s dismembered bodies hidden in the cellar of her ice cream shop.
  • Hidden Betrayals: A successful interior designer uncovers a shocking betrayal when she learns that someone she trusted her entire life has secretly amassed a collection of her intimate photos, prompting her to take drastic measures to ensure he pays the ultimate price for his actions.
  • A Perfect Holiday: After her partner is sent to prison for molesting her eldest daughter, a mother will do anything to keep her two youngest children from being taken by social services.
  • Room 3109: A wealthy and privileged British investment banker, in a cocaine-fueled rage, lured young women to his opulent Hong Kong high-rise apartment only to brutally torture and kill them while he videotaped the mayhem.
  • The Girl Scout: When a seven-year-old girl disappears from her upstairs bedroom in the middle of the night, a small community realizes they have a devious predator in their midst.

Plus, many more disturbing stories.

You are about to hear several more stories in this volume that are shocking and disturbing, but they’re also true. These things really do happen in the world. The stories paint a picture of human depravity that many would prefer to remain hidden. However, it is only by dragging evil into the light that we can begin to understand its terrible allure.

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