Download or read Vampire PDF, written by Kevin Sullivan and published by WildBlue Press. This book was released on 2014-12-02 with total page 144 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The author of The Bundy Murders tells the harrowing true story of “one of the most bizarre serial killers in America” (Katherine Ramsland, bestselling author of Confession of a Serial Killer). A city under siege, held captive while a psychopathic vampire serial killer instills fear in its residents, taunts the authorities, and brutally kills his victims. This book is a chilling and stomach-churning look into the life of a twisted, sick man, so evil one would wonder if he was even human. From his early days when he would liquify rabbits in a blender to drink their intestines and blood to mutilating his victims, his thirst for killing could not be satiated. This is the story of Richard Trenton Chase, the Vampire of Sacramento. It is not for the faint of heart. “Fraught with emotion and detail . . . a must have book for all true crime enthusiasts and collectors.” —RJ Parker, award-winning author of Escaped Killer “Sullivan has written a fascinating account of an abnormal psyche of egregious proportions, and captures the very essence of Richard Chase’s monstrous crime spree the citizens of Sacramento will never forget.” —Gary C. King, author of Love, Lies, and Murder
Download or read Vampire PDF, written by Kevin M Sullivan and published by Wildblue Press. This book was released on 2014-12-02 with total page 142 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: VAMPIRE: The Richard Chase Murders is the tale of a diabolical, homicidal madman running amok, mutilating and murdering the unsuspecting residents in the quiet neighborhoods of Sacramento, CA. His diabolical and unrelenting desires, not just to kill his victims but to drink their blood, unleashed a terror within the city unlike anything the residents had ever known. By the time Richard Trenton Chase graduated high school, everyone knew he was strange. But no one had any idea how bizarre he'd become, or what dark impulses were flowing through his troubled brain. The transformation from the outwardly strange young man to the diabolical killer he ultimately became, was gradual and would not become known until it was too late. First it was the killing of small animals and birds, and the drinking of their blood. However, when these sacrifices failed to satiate his needs, Richard Chase would seek out the highest form of life, and the city of Sacramento, California would react in horror to the hideous murders and mutilations committed by his hands. For those living in the quiet neighborhoods where the murders occurred, it was nothing less than a time of terror until the fiend was captured. VAMPIRE is an in-depth look into the life and disturbed mind of a killer, his family, and his many victims, the living as well as the dead. Within these pages you'll discover what it was like for the police, and what a difficult job they had finding a killer they knew wouldn't stop until he was apprehended. It was a race against time, in a series of murders that would stun even the most hardened investigators. It is the story of a city under siege, held captive by the man whose appetite for blood could not be satiated.
Download or read The Vampire of Sacramento PDF, written by True Crime Seven and published by . This book was released on 2020-07-14 with total page 174 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Even the coldest-blooded killer was once a child. Richard Trenton Chase started life without a hitch. Popular and well-liked, his future looked bright as the Cali sun... but those around knew nothing of the dark truths that he fostered. His parents' marriage was rapidly falling apart, and soon he began to suffer from strange health problems. Rapidly declining, he decided there was only one solution... ... and that was blood. Richard's childhood fascination with death became a full-blown psychotic obsession, and the fear of losing his blood drove him to butcher and consume animals. In time, however, this wasn't enough, and Richard turned to larger game. The Vampire of Sacramento became one of California's most notorious serial killers, and Chase's crimes still haunt law enforcement to this day. But how did it happen? And could these crimes have somehow been prevented, sparing lives and untold sorrow? Draw your own conclusions as the judge of this disturbed young mind. Was Richard Chase an evil soul or simply sick and lost? CAUTION: True Crime Explicit is a series that contains descriptive accounts of abuse and violence. If you are especially sensitive to graphic content, it is advisable to avoid this series.
Download or read The Sacramento Vampire PDF, written by Jack Smith and published by . This book was released on 2021-04-27 with total page 98 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Vampires aren't real. But at one point in the 70s, in California, a man who had a penchant for drinking human blood and killing his victims terrorized the city of Sacramento. Here is his story. Richard Trenton Chase Jr., otherwise known as the Sacramento Vampire, terrorized California during the 1970s. He brutalized, killed, and even ate his victims. But what stood out most in the public's imagination was his penchant for drinking their blood, like a modern-day vampire. The truth is, Chase was a severely disturbed individual. Some killers are cold-blooded monsters, some simply have terrible impulse control-but others are completely deranged. Chase fits into that category.Since he was diagnosed with severe mental illness, it remains debatable how cognizant-and how culpable-Chase was of what he was doing.Prosecutors later highlighted several aspects of Chase's assaults which they believed showed that he was aware of the gravity of his actions, and should therefore be held accountable. His defense attorneys, on the other hand, tried to demonstrate that Chase was a man so removed from reality that he should be considered not guilty by reason of insanity.At any rate, whatever might have been going on in the mind of Richard Chase Jr., his victims were real, and the horrors he inflicted on them were very real as well. The deeds of Richard Chase Jr. most certainly make for a frightening, sad, and twisted tale. This book documents this disturbed man's troubled life, his horrific rampage, and his subsequent demise in full. Scroll back up and click the BUY NOW button at the top right side of this page to order your copy now!
Download or read Vampire Killer PDF, written by Ryan Green and published by . This book was released on 2020-09-21 with total page 150 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: On 23 January 1978, David Wallin returned to an unlit home. His pregnant wife, Teresa (22), was nowhere to be seen. The radio was still playing and there were some peculiar stains on the carpet. Wallin nervously followed the stains to his bedroom and encountered a scene so chilling that it would haunt him for the rest of his life. Teresa had been sexually assaulted and mutilated. She was also missing body parts and large volumes of blood. Four days later, the Sacramento Police Department were called to a home approximately a mile away from the Wallin residence. They were not prepared for the horror that awaited them. Daniel Meredith (56) and Jason Miroth (6) were shot multiple times. Evelyn Miroth (38) was disfigured, disembowelled and abused like Teresa. She was also missing body parts and large quantities of blood. David Ferreira (2), who Evelyn was babysitting, was nowhere to be seen and likely in the hands of the deranged mass murderer. It was official, Sacramento had a blood-thirsty serial killer in their midst. The FBI and local police were under no doubt that he would kill again and that his crimes would continue to escalate if not apprehended immediately. Vampire Killer is a gripping account of Richard Chase, and one of the most gruesome true crime stories in California's history. Ryan Green's riveting narrative draws the reader into the real-live horror experienced by the victims and has all the elements of a classic thriller. CAUTION: This book contains descriptive accounts of abuse and violence. If you are especially sensitive to this material, it might be advisable not to read any further.
Download or read Through an Unlocked Door PDF, written by Kevin M. Sullivan and published by McFarland. This book was released on 2018-01-25 with total page 192 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: “We never lock our doors.” This is an often-heard remark expressing a commonplace American attitude or belief that, despite whatever danger might prevail in public spaces, life inside our own homes remains (or at least should remain) safe, carefree, normal. This book covers 13 high-profile cases in which evil paid an untimely visit and found the entrance open—when everything was normal, until it wasn’t.
Download or read The Enigma of Ted Bundy PDF, written by Kevin M. Sullivan and published by WildBlue Press. This book was released on 2020-10-27 with total page 270 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: “A must-have for Bundy fanatics, this collection fills in holes and addresses key mysteries about of one of the world’s most infamous serial killers.” —Katherine Ramsland, bestselling author of Confession of a Serial Killer Within these pages, you’ll read of the many questions still surrounding this fascinating and intricate case, as well as the answers that are only now being provided here. There’s so much more to learn, and new information is still surfacing about Bundy, his victims and his potential victims. As such, there is new testimony included from those who had a brush with the killer, and others who played their own roles in this multi-state case. In this book, Bundy case detectives Jerry Thompson of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Don Patchen of Tallahassee, Florida, talk about their personal experiences with Bundy. So does Ron Holmes, the Louisville criminologist who worked with the killer towards the end of his life. Also included are official reports that have rarely been viewed outside of the archives, along with the author’s commentary to guide readers through them. And last but not least, is Bundy’s final confession to Utah detective Dennis Couch just hours prior to Bundy’s execution. In it, Bundy reveals startling facts and sparks additional questions. A must-read for those true crime readers fascinated by America’s most enigmatic and infamous serial killer. Praise for Kevin M. Sullivan’s books on Ted Bundy “Provides the most in-depth examination of the killer and his murders ever conducted.” —Dan Zupansky, host of the True Murder podcast “This is crime writing at its very best!” —Gary C. King, author of The Murder of Meredith Kercher
Download or read Kentucky Bloodbath PDF, written by Kevin Sullivan and published by WildBlue Press. This book was released on 2015-05-29 with total page 146 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The author of The Bundy Murders and Unnatural Causes shares ten strange but true tales of homicide from the state of Kentucky. From the author of Vampire: The Richard Chase Murders comes an excursion into the weird and the bizarre. Learn about a medieval-esque murder in a small-town museum. Meet a jilted boyfriend who decides that his former girlfriend needs to die on her twenty-first birthday. There’s also the demented son who returns home to live with his mother and stepfather; one night in their beautiful mansion overlooking the Ohio River, he slaughters them. Each case is sure to keep true crime fans on the edge of their seats . . . Praise for Kentucky Bloodbath “A well-written book of grime that every true crime reader must have on their shelves or reading device. Compelling and captivating.” —RJ Parker, bestselling author of Escaped Killer
Download or read A Thirst for Blood PDF, written by Ray Biondi and published by Open Road Media. This book was released on 2017-11-07 with total page 212 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The “fast-paced” inside story of the manhunt for bloodsucking serial killer Richard Chase (Publishers Weekly). Written by the case’s lead homicide detective, this gripping true crime account details the killing spree of one of California’s most gruesome murderers: Richard Chase, aka “the Vampire of Sacramento.” In January 1978, Sacramento police found the corpse of Teresa Wallin, a loving wife and soon-to-be mother. Veteran detective Lt. Ray Biondi immediately knew the case would be unlike anything he had ever seen before. The victim’s body was deliberately disfigured in nightmarish ways, and evidence suggested the culprit had collected large volumes of her blood. In less than a month, a two-year-old boy was missing, and two men, another woman, and a five-year-old child dead, their bodies contorted, like Wallin’s, to fulfill the killer’s demented sexual desires, and—most disturbingly—his taste for human blood. Previously published as The Dracula Killer, A Thirst for Blood is a riveting report of the investigation, from eyewitness testimonies to the discovery of the crime scenes to Chase’s interrogation. Lieutenant Biondi and his coauthor, Walt Hecox, provide an unflinching look at the “vampire killer” and the cunning police work that finally put an end to his reign of terror. The inspiration for Investigation Discovery’s Lore: Deadly Obsession and episodes of CSI and Criminal Minds, Chase’s crimes continue to haunt the world generations later.
Download or read Written in Blood PDF, written by Paul Adams and published by The History Press. This book was released on 2014-07-01 with total page 224 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Vampires, chilling supernatural creatures of the night – do they really exist? The British Isles has a remarkable association with the realms of the undead, from the nineteenth-century world of Croglin Grange, Varney the Vampire and Stoker’s Dracula, through to Hammer Films and the modern phenomenon of the Highgate Vampire. In this new and thought-provoking book, illustrated with many never before seen photographs and drawing on extensive original research, is a detailed and fascinating exploration of the history of British vampirism in both fact and fiction; a modern guide where every page is truly written in blood . . .
Download or read Vampires Through the Ages PDF, written by Brian Righi and published by Llewellyn Worldwide. This book was released on 2011-12-08 with total page 240 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Interred in shadows no more, the vampire mythos is illuminated in this captivating exploration of one of the world’s most sinister—and feared—creatures. Join Brian Righi as he unearths the truth behind myths and beliefs, both ancient and modern. He traces the evolution of the vampire—from Dracula’s mysteriously empty grave and the enduring legend it spawned to terrifying documented cases of the real-life blood drinkers of today. Sordid and sultry, the vampire’s long and gruesome history is revealed: —Various cultures’ beliefs and superstitions surrounding bloodthirsty immortals —Chilling true accounts of the unquenchable bloodlust of historical figures such as Vlad the Impaler and Countess Báthory —Stories and lore from villagers, as recalled from the author’s travels through Romania —Serial killers who suffered from delusions of vampirism —How the early Christian church inadvertently fed into the 18th-century Eastern European vampire scare
Download or read The Sadist PDF, written by Karl Berg and published by . This book was released on 1945 with total page 177 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Download or read Vampire Legends and Myths PDF, written by Roxanne Hellman and published by The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc. This book was released on 2011-12-15 with total page 264 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Explores the history, origins, and characteristics of vampires and features notable myths and legends from around the world.
Download or read Soul Eaters PDF, written by GoÃ°i RavenSkÃ¼l VenÃ¥s and published by Lulu.com. This book was released on 2019-08 with total page 614 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This book paints a picture of how humanity is willing to kill and murder it's own people.
Download or read The Sex Slave Murders of Sacramento PDF, written by Ana Benson and published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform. This book was released on 2017-07-11 with total page 34 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Sacramento, California has seen a fair share of gruesome crimes during the 1970s and 1980s. That city was the hunting ground of the Original Night Stalker who is still unidentified until this day. Richard Chase was also active in the area and he was nicknamed the Vampire of Sacramento due to the uncommon ritual which included drinking the blood of his victims. So when Gerald Gallego and his partner in crime Charlene Gallego embarked on their rampage of kidnapping and killing young teenagers, they were just a couple of many depraved criminals who were on the search for the next target around the capital of California. What made Gallego so terrifying was the fact that he had an accomplice who lured in the teenagers he had selected and the way he committed the killings by having a complete control over them. The Gallego case once again sparked the debate about what makes a serial killer and are some people more prone to violence than the others due to their genetics?
Download or read The Ryan Green True Crime Collection PDF, written by Ryan Green and published by . This book was released on 2021-07-22 with total page 406 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Four chilling true crime stories in one collection Bestselling true crime author, Ryan Green, has complied four fascinating stories in one collection. Volume five contains some of Green's most intriguing accounts of violence, abuse, deception and murder. Within this collection, you'll receive: The Texas Tower Sniper: The Terrifying True Story of Charles Whitman Growing up under the brutal rule of his father took its toll on Charles Whitman Jr. He could not live up to the impossible expectations or accept the failures. His life started to unravel. He wasn't going to slide into mediocrity or go silently into suicide. The world needed to know his name and what he was truly capable of, for the rest of time. The Kentucky Cannibal: The True Story of an Outlaw, Murderer and Man-Eater In 1850, Boone Helm headed 'Out West' to chase the Californian Gold Rush. During his travels, Helm killed and consumed the flesh of his enemies and travelling companions, earning him the nickname 'The Kentucky Cannibal'. In California, where violence was the law of the land, Helm's savage set of skills could finally be recognised and rewarded. Vampire Killer: A Terrifying True Story of Psychosis, Mutilation and Murder In 1978, Richard Chase was influenced by constant commanding delusions that had devastating consequences on the City of Sacramento. The crime scenes were so disturbing that the police were not equipped to deal with them. Within the space of a month, six victims were found mutilated, disembowelled, abused and missing vast quantities of blood. Gorilla Killer: A True Story of Betrayal, Brutality and Butchery Before Bundy and BTK, there was Earle Nelson. Serial Killers were unknown to the American public in the 1920s but the local authorities and press were fast becoming aware of the devastating and horrific reality that unfolded before their eyes. The roaming 'Gorilla Killer' became the first real 'superstar criminal' who everyone talked about and feared. The Ryan Green True Crime Collection contains chilling accounts of some of the most brutal and bizarre true crime stories in history. Green's riveting narrative draws the reader into the real-life horror experienced by the victims and has all the elements of a classic thriller. CAUTION: This book contains descriptive accounts of abuse and violence. If you are especially sensitive to this material, it might be advisable not to read any further
Download or read The Trail of Ted Bundy PDF, written by Kevin Sullivan and published by WildBlue Press. This book was released on 2016-03-22 with total page 172 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The untold true crime story behind the notorious serial killer who preyed on women across the United States from the author of The Bundy Murders. Journey back in time to when Ted Bundy was killing young women and girls in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Within these pages, you’ll find revealing stories from Bundy’s friends as well as his friends of his victims—some being published for the very first time. Discover what it was like to know him while he was actively involved in murder. Learn information and anecdotes about the victims that were not previously shared with the investigators. You’ll also hear from the two former detectives who worked with the author on his book, The BundyMurders, as they dispel commonly held myths about Bundy and offer insight into his deadly career and its impact on those who came into contact with him. The Trialof Ted Bundy is the story of those who hunted Bundy, those who guarded him, and those who were otherwise part of this strange case in one way or another. “Bundy expert Kevin Sullivan has done the painstaking work of filling [in the holes in Bundy’s story] and offering credible notions for those for which information might always be elusive. An important addition to true crime studies.”—Katherine Ramsland, bestselling author of Confession of a Serial Killer: The Untold Story of Dennis Rader, the BTK Killer