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chapter 1 Cannibal Killers, meaning Cannibal Killers, genre Cannibal Killers, book cover Cannibal Killers, flies Cannibal Killers, Cannibal Killers 280cf42b8a873 Moira Martingale Traces The Cannibalism Phenomenon Back To The Th Century To The Notorious Sawney Bean Who, Together With His Family, Consumed Than , People Over A Period Of Years Modern Murderers Continue Many Of The Same Practices, Including Fritz Haarmann Who Would Tear Out Young Men S Throats To Drink Their Blood, Before Selling Their Flesh For Meat Jeffrey Dahmer, The Murderer Of Young Men Whose Dismembered Body Parts Were Found In His Apartment Edward Gein The Role Model For Hitchcock S Psycho Who After His Mother S Death Began Killing And Eating Women And Andrei Chikatilo, The Russian Cannibal Who Has The Dubious Reputation Of Being The Worst Cannibal Killer In Recent History These Crimes, And Others, Are Explored, Together With Speculation About How Such Monsters Are Made Is There A Clinical Explanation For Vampirism And When It Comes To Deciding Whether These People Are Sane Or Insane, Why Are Psychiatrists And Lawyers Not Always In Agreement


10 thoughts on “Cannibal Killers

  1. says:

    The book is easy to read and has enough information for anyone who wants to know on the subject without doing a thesis.It is however disturbing to realize how many freaks are out there wishing they could have a slice of someone nice Brrrr The book lost a star because there were no pictures of the criminals or any maps etc to round off the book.


  2. says:

    The writing is so bad you will laugh out loud If you make it than a dozen pages, you re either stronger or dumber than I am Someone needs to make the author sit through another writing 101 class Rhetorical questions are lazy, sloppy, obnoxious and everywhere.


  3. says:

    Gruesomelly detailed, yet compelling By the end of the book, you are glad that all of these people were locked up for good


  4. says:

    I ve read this sucker til the binding came loose Love it Extremely well researched and informative, if you are into this sort of topic Otherwise, it will disturb you.


  5. says:

    Incredibly disturbing and insightful No horror movie or book can compare to the true life Rostov Ripper Shocking definitely recommended.


  6. says:

    Martingale s book is as lurid as it possibly can be while trying to maintain a modicum of respectability Unfortunately, it treats the cannibal killer moniker rather loosely though my favorite, Gein, is covered and lumps in your average run of the mill serial killer and those that engage in vampirism in there, too At the book s conclusion, Martingale turns toward opining on what can be done about such scourges Based on my memories, which may be faulty, some of the information covered in here seems inaccurate, yet that doesn t detract because accuracy isn t exactly why you would read this Sometimes you just want some pulpy true crime This fits the bill It s far better than that British book with the same title from some years back, too.


  7. says:

    This is the first book I have ever thrown in the trash I did so because I don t think anyone needs to read it I m giving it 2 stars instead of 1 because the author was perfectly capable of writing and did so clearly But the subject matter is horrific After the PROLOGUE, I was ready to be a vegetarian I then skipped the rest and jumped to serial killer Chikitilo because he was the reason I bought the book After watching a movie about him, I was interested to learn Thankfully, the movie left out the most grisly details of his murders I ve studied criminal justice and abnormal psyche I love horror movies I can handle gore but this was sick.


  8. says:

    I wasn t a huge fan of the writing style, but let s be real, I did not choose this book for its beautiful prose I wanted the gory, grisly details of cannibal murderers and that s exactly what I got This book was informative and disturbing, and at times I couldn t put it down.I would have given four stars except the wrap up chapters were a bit tedious and redundant, not to mention riddled with rhetorical questions There were also a few places in which the author seemed to doubt the intellectual capacity of the reader I know what an oxymoron is, I did not need it defined.


  9. says:

    This book is very easy to read in one afternoon There is a lots of very interesting information given about all of the people discussed.


  10. says:

    Fascinating information about the kind of killers no one wants to talk about Thought the last 3 chapters of analysis could ve been combined into 1 and shortened.


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