Killer Collections

£25.00

Delve into the dark and dangerous side of humanity with this intriguing collection of artifacts and ephemera relating to some of the world’s most infamous criminals and criminal acts. From an 18th Century hangman’s noose to Charles Manson’s cremation ashes, a document signed by Lizzie Borden and the circular saw confiscated from the home of The Kansas City Butcher – many of these pieces will be shown outside private collections for the very first time. This unique book offers a rare opportunity to explore numerous personal archives, showcasing murder weapons, crime scene photography, police files, diaries, letters and other criminal ephemera, alongside the fascinating and often disturbing stories behind them.

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Delve into the dark and dangerous side of humanity with this intriguing collection of artifacts and ephemera relating to some of the world’s most infamous criminals and criminal acts.

From an 18th Century hangman’s noose to Charles Manson’s cremation ashes, a document signed by Lizzie Borden and the circular saw confiscated from the home of The Kansas City Butcher – many of these pieces will be shown outside private collections for the very first time.

This unique book offers a rare opportunity to explore numerous personal archives, showcasing murder weapons, crime scene photography, police files, diaries, letters and other criminal ephemera, alongside the fascinating and often disturbing stories behind them. Meet the collectors with unique and privileged access to dozens of dangerous and disturbed perpetrators, including Gacy, Bundy, Dahmer, Ramirez, Berkowitz and Shawcross, and discover new insights into their troubling psychology and infamous crimes.

Additional information

Weight 0.8 kg
Dimensions 28.4 × 18 × 2.4 cm
Author

Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Hardback

Pages

208

Language

English

Edition
Dewey

364.1523 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K

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