Child Killer: The True Story of The Atlanta Child Murders (True Crime) by Jack Rosewood - PDF free download eBook
From the summer of 1979 through the spring of 1981, Atlanta, Georgia was held under siege by a serial killer and dozens of...
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Details of Child Killer: The True Story of The Atlanta Child Murders (True Crime)
- Exact title of the book
- Child Killer: The True Story of The Atlanta Child Murders (True Crime)
- Book author
- Jack Rosewood
- Book edition
- Kindle Edition
- Number of pages
- 199 pages
- ISBN (ASIN)
- November 14th 2018
- File size (in PDF)
- 796 kB
Some brief overview of book
From the summer of 1979 through the spring of 1981, Atlanta, Georgia was held under siege by a serial killer and dozens of victims started to appear. The series of murders, which became known as the “Atlanta Child Murders case,” gripped the city of Atlanta with fear and shocked the nation because most of the victims were children. The fact that the victims were all black and mostly male caused many in Atlanta’s black community to fear that their children were being targeted by a racist conspiracy.
In this true crime book you will read about how the Atlanta Child Murders case put a city under siege and how a task force of law enforcement officers from several different agencies eventually captured the killer. You will follow the investigation as the police use what was at the time fairly new techniques of criminal profiling and fiber evidence to capture and convict the killer. For many around the country, once the killer was arrested, it was difficult to accept.
The killer was a young, nerdy-looking man named Wayne Williams. To many people his background didn’t seem to indicate he was a serial killer, but the professional profilers knew otherwise! Open the pages of the following book and learn the true story of Wayne Williams and the Atlanta Child Murders.
You will learn about how Williams evolved from a nerdy kid who loved electronics into what is perhaps the most prolific black serial killer. You will be horrified by some of the details of this case, but you will not be able to put down this book.