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The Resource Hoosier killers : Indiana's darkest history, Ed Wenck

Hoosier killers : Indiana's darkest history, Ed Wenck

Label
Hoosier killers : Indiana's darkest history
Title
Hoosier killers
Title remainder
Indiana's darkest history
Statement of responsibility
Ed Wenck
Title variation
Hoosier killers
Title variation remainder
Indianas darkest history
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
There are many varieties of killer, and in Hoosier Killers Ed Wenck breaks them down into several categories, including: Serial Killers, Spree Killers, Klan Killers, Gang Killers, Traveling Killers, Visiting Killers and even Would Be Killers. From the Fall Creek Massacre going back to 1820s to todays gruesome headlines, Ed Wenck takes the reader on a journey of terror they won't soon forget. Each crime is detailed with accounts from the news of the day and analysis from the author
Summary
Profiles Indiana's most notorious murderers, including serial, spree, gang, and traveling killers, and provides news coverage and an analysis of each crime
Biography type
contains biographical information
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10352149
Cataloging source
BT
Dewey number
364.1523
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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True
Target audience
adult
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Indiana's darkest history
Label
Hoosier killers : Indiana's darkest history, Ed Wenck
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • William Clyde Gibson : Kentuckiana demon
  • The
  • mass killers.
  • The
  • Fall Creek massacre : outrage and pardon ;
  • The
  • LaSalle Street killings : murder by numbers ;
  • The
  • Hollandsburg murders : Roger Drollinger's Thrill-Kill Cult ;
  • The
  • Introduction
  • Burger Chef murders : still unsolved
  • Steven Timothy Judy : the return of the death penalty
  • Joseph Trueblood : the controversial plea
  • Judy Kirby : the wrong way killer of IN 67
  • Sarah Jo Pender : sociopath or scapegoat?
  • Hamilton Avenue : the crimes of Desmond Turner and James Stewart
  • David Ison : the murders of the "Laurel Five"
  • The
  • race killers : the Klan and beyond.
  • D.C. Stephenson : power, murder and the Klan
  • The
  • Strange fruit : the Marion lynching ;
  • The
  • killing of Carol Jenkins : the Martinsville murder
  • The
  • gang killers : murder in numbers.
  • The
  • lynching of the Levi Gang : vigilante justice ;
  • The
  • Baniszewski Family : the murder of Sylvia Likens ;
  • The
  • serial killers : not what you'd expect.
  • Vandivers and the Komyatis : the family that slayed together ;
  • The
  • murder of Ruth Pelke : the case of Paula Cooper ;
  • The
  • killing of Shanda Sharer : four accomplices, one victim
  • The
  • traveling killers.
  • Harry Pierpont : Dillinger's mentor
  • John Dillinger : did he or didn't he?
  • Charles Manson : the education of a madman
  • Belle Gunness : the black widow of La Porte
  • Jim Jones : the cult leader
  • The
  • one-on-one killers.
  • H.H. Holmes : America's first serial killer visits Irvington ;
  • The
  • murder of Marjorie Jackson : the rich widow of Spring Mill Road
  • Leslie Irvin : the "Mad Dog" killer
  • Larry Eyler : the highway killer
  • Herb Baumeister : the bodies on Fox Follow Farm
  • Orville Lynn Majors : Angel of death
Control code
20360704
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
vii, 220 pages
Isbn
9781935628354
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Label
Hoosier killers : Indiana's darkest history, Ed Wenck
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • William Clyde Gibson : Kentuckiana demon
  • The
  • mass killers.
  • The
  • Fall Creek massacre : outrage and pardon ;
  • The
  • LaSalle Street killings : murder by numbers ;
  • The
  • Hollandsburg murders : Roger Drollinger's Thrill-Kill Cult ;
  • The
  • Introduction
  • Burger Chef murders : still unsolved
  • Steven Timothy Judy : the return of the death penalty
  • Joseph Trueblood : the controversial plea
  • Judy Kirby : the wrong way killer of IN 67
  • Sarah Jo Pender : sociopath or scapegoat?
  • Hamilton Avenue : the crimes of Desmond Turner and James Stewart
  • David Ison : the murders of the "Laurel Five"
  • The
  • race killers : the Klan and beyond.
  • D.C. Stephenson : power, murder and the Klan
  • The
  • Strange fruit : the Marion lynching ;
  • The
  • killing of Carol Jenkins : the Martinsville murder
  • The
  • gang killers : murder in numbers.
  • The
  • lynching of the Levi Gang : vigilante justice ;
  • The
  • Baniszewski Family : the murder of Sylvia Likens ;
  • The
  • serial killers : not what you'd expect.
  • Vandivers and the Komyatis : the family that slayed together ;
  • The
  • murder of Ruth Pelke : the case of Paula Cooper ;
  • The
  • killing of Shanda Sharer : four accomplices, one victim
  • The
  • traveling killers.
  • Harry Pierpont : Dillinger's mentor
  • John Dillinger : did he or didn't he?
  • Charles Manson : the education of a madman
  • Belle Gunness : the black widow of La Porte
  • Jim Jones : the cult leader
  • The
  • one-on-one killers.
  • H.H. Holmes : America's first serial killer visits Irvington ;
  • The
  • murder of Marjorie Jackson : the rich widow of Spring Mill Road
  • Leslie Irvin : the "Mad Dog" killer
  • Larry Eyler : the highway killer
  • Herb Baumeister : the bodies on Fox Follow Farm
  • Orville Lynn Majors : Angel of death
Control code
20360704
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
vii, 220 pages
Isbn
9781935628354
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia

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