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Free download Î The BTK Murders: Inside the Bind Torture Kill Case that Terrified America's Heartland 100 ç From 1974 to 1991 someone in the midwestern city of Wichita was leaving behind slain tortured bodies and anonymously proclaiming himself to police and reporters as BTK fThe tricks he used to enter his victims' homes to the puzzles he sent the media and the key role his own daughter may have played in his arrest this is the definitive story of the BTK killer He was as one victim's family member called him a black hole inside the shell of a human being and the worst American monster since Ted Bun. One of the scariest serial killers in America; the case was cracked with the help of a Mensan

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Arrested Dennis Rader the president of his church board and the father of two As a shocked community watched evidence began to pile up Then Rader coldly described how he went about his projects as the families of his victims relived the horrific scenes this supposed pillar of the community had unleashed on their loved onesFrom. Really good reporting of the story I had read Robert BEattie's book which flushed him out when it was released But this is good at giving of a whole picture of Rader and his crimes

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The BTK Murders Inside the Bind Torture Kill Case that Terrified America's HeartlandFrom 1974 to 1991 someone in the midwestern city of Wichita was leaving behind slain tortured bodies and anonymously proclaiming himself to police and reporters as BTK for Bind Torture Kill Then for the next 14 years BTK was silent But when he began sending letters again investigators would not miss their chanceStunningly police. Overall 45 stars A great true crime read that doesn’t sensationalize the murders and offers a very matter of fact approachPros I really enjoyed this Although the events covered are of course horrible I appreciated that the author didn’t take the cheesy true crime approach and toss in a lot of “but the murderer would be waiting Dun dun dun” type of suspense builders it’s already suspenseful nor did he sensationalize the murders themselves He offered simple factual descriptions of the deaths and the crime scenes without gory over description or focusing on how innocent and pretty the victims were that is so gross when an author does that It was a refreshingly objective approachCons A handful of typos likely just in the Kindle version Publishers please stop doing this I would have liked to read the full text of BTK’s poems and letters to the press don’t just tell me he’s a terrible poet show me and a little bit about the victims themselves I felt like I didn’t really know much about them beyond the Oteros and I think it’s important to put the victims’ deaths in context of their lives and who they were beyond serial killer victims Still a great read