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The Strange Case of Dr. H.H. Holmes #2020

The Strange Case of Dr H H Holmes The Strange Case of Dr H H Holmes contains three fully illustrated unabridged primary source books plus Holmes published confession as originally documented shortly before his execution For the firs

  • Title: The Strange Case of Dr. H.H. Holmes
  • Author: John Borowski
  • ISBN: 9780975918517
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Strange Case of Dr. H.H. Holmes By John Borowski, The Strange Case of Dr H.H Holmes contains three fully illustrated, unabridged primary source books, plus Holmes published confession as originally documented shortly before his execution For the first time in over a century, these materials are again available and all in one book HOLMES OWN STORY by Herman W Mudgett 1895 In this autobiography, Holmes recounts The Strange Case of Dr H.H Holmes contains three fully illustrated, unabridged primary source books, plus Holmes published confession as originally documented shortly before his execution For the first time in over a century, these materials are again available and all in one book HOLMES OWN STORY by Herman W Mudgett 1895 In this autobiography, Holmes recounts his childhood years, and life s trials and tribulations THE HOLMES PITEZEL CASE by Detective Frank Geyer 1896 Included are rare court transcripts, expert witness testimony, and in depth criminal and legal detection methods utilized in the trial against Holmes THE HOLMES CASTLE by Robert Corbitt 1895 Robert Corbitt entered the Holmes castle when the investigation into the horrors first began Learn what made Corbitt believe that Holmes was innocent THE CONFESSION OF H.H HOLMES 1896 Holmes gives the media what they wanta confession UNABRIDGED ILLUSTRATED

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    1. The Strange Case of Dr HH Holmes by John BorowskiHerman Webster Mudgett, infamous under his pseudonym of Dr HH Holmes, was an American serial killer His hotel in Chicago, built to cash in on the World s Fair being held there in 1893, was a rabbit s warren of twisting halls and hidden rooms The place was confusing at bet, total bewilderment at the worst It has been compared to the Winchester Mansion, with doors and staircases that lead nowhere.He had a chute running to the basement where he had l [...]

    2. A very interesting and well put together groups of references and information.The narcissism of Holmes is mind boggling His own confessions and the primary detective accounts of this case is chilling I d recommend this to all True Crime lovers Though bare in mind, this book was published in 1895, hence, errors in grammatical and spelling editing and spell checks not as advanced The writing style is also written in early American English the way we spoke in those early centuries were still Britis [...]

    3. While it is informative, it gets really repetitive as it is several books in one and facts tend to be repeated The book gets the favorable rating because of the exhaustive compiling of these works Some are not remotely factual but most fabrications are prefaced as such The most interesting parts are those written by Holmes himself, for wholly psychoanalytical reasons.

    4. Although sometimes hard to follow, this was a well done work on an infamous man Very well researched and chock full of primary sources, as well as tons of other sources rumor, conjecture, exaggerations, but not on the author s part , it was fun to read just to get a truer perspective H H Holmes and his life.

    5. Good but not great Annoyed with the first book, his writing style and dizzying bogus account of events Drones on for what feels like days Could have done without that part Absolutely loved The Holmes Pitezel Case and the detailed description of the investigation, the way they dispelled his claims and his prosecution Disgusted by his account of his actual victims in The Confession of H.H Holmes and the complete lack of sympathy, empathy, emotion or trace of remorse Thought The Holmes Castle was i [...]

    6. This book three books in one actually, has a great amount of information Looking into the Strange Case this is the 2nd book I have read on Dr H.H Holmes I found myself drifting while reading, as there was lots of repeat, but still good information on this historical mystery.

    7. This book is expansion of the culprit to many murders that took place during the Chicago World s Fair Should be read after Larson s Devil In The White City.

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