Well, well, well.......Looks like I have not been on here for quite some time. But, all for a good reason. I try to crank out 1 book a year and if you look at my author page on amazon, you will see I have been able to do that for the past 4 years and this year was no different. Actually, it was much easier because of the covid issue.
This book, Abnormal Behavior: Deranged Serial Killers of our Past was a lot of fun to do. I know I keep promising a fiction, but this subject has always fascinated me, and I ain't gettin' any younger. My next book will be a fiction, but a rift on a century old classic by Rudyard Kipling. Let's talk about this book though today.
We all grew up hearing about mass shootings and killers who were so deviant that we wouldn't allow our children to read about them. But this day and age, no matter how hard we try, the internet is available to them every second of every day. So if you can't beat them.....
The stories of these murderers are so gruesome and just plain weird and offensive that I was very careful to explain their crimes in a way that is not overtly offensive, if that makes sense. I quote verbatim the killers own words, and as we all know, someone on death row or living the rest of their natural life in prison don't care what comes out of their mouth. It was a struggle to forward the true meaning of their spoken words and crimes and still give you the their exact acts of violence.
See, now I am struggling to find the right words to say here as well. As many of you know, I abhor vulgarity, heck I don't even say h..e...double hocky sticks in any social platform I belong to. And this book was no different.
For example, there are multiple offenses many of these killers committed that involved sexuall brutalizing their victims. I could have easily told you what they did simply by using colloquial wording. But if I did that, it would forever bother me. So I wrote their actions so that you know exactly the extent of their brutalizations, but without overtly offending anyone. That is the best way I can describe it.
So enough of this rambling. Here is the link to my book and with over 80 forgotten freaky killers of our past, I think you are going to love reading it. I can honestly say you will cringe at what some of these killers were capable of. I can also honestly tell you that Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy, Ed Gein, Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, Richard Ramiriez, Aileen Wuornos or Charlie Manson cannot hold a candle to the killers in my book. They would be considered playground bullies at best when compared to what you are about to read in:
As you will see on amazon, I published this book targeting adults rather than teens or children because of the offensive behavior of most of these criminals. But I can promise that I wrote it so that it is void of vulgarity in speech and context.