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Famous Crimes the World Forgot: Ten Vintage True Crime Stories Rescued from Obscurity

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  • Title: Famous Crimes the World Forgot: Ten Vintage True Crime Stories Rescued from Obscurity
  • Author: Jason Lucky Morrow
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  • Page: 247
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  1. When I first started, I wasn t sure I would like the book The first couple of stories didn t thrill me But after that, it was a wild ride that I didn t want to stop My favorite chapters were Mr Secret Agent Man, 1930 if it weren t so horrific, it might be amusing and The Orphan Maker of Route 66, 1961 I knew Route 66 is home to some pretty scary stuff, but wow I had never heard of this one It s a relatively quick read and I d recommend it to anyone that s into true crime.


  2. As the title suggests, these are ten true crimes that most of us have never heard of all of them murders All of them were headline news throughout the US at the time All forgotten All very interesting From the crime including the finding of the bodies, etc to the search, and perhaps to the capture and conviction these are indeed some pretty lurid crimes Very interesting how times and techniques have changed law enforcement Makes you wonder if these crimes were truly worth the penalty the accused [...]


  3. READING THIS MADE ME WONDER DID THE PRESENT DAY KILLERS READ ANY OF THESE CRIMES BEFORE THEY GOT STARTED I KEPT CHECKING THE DATES THEY ACTUALLY TOOK PLACE BECAUSE OF THE SIMULARITIES IN THEM THE WORLD MIGHT HAVE FORGOTTEN THESE CRIMES BUT SOME OF TODAY S CRIMINALS DID NOT IT WAS AMAZING HOW SIMULAR THE PAST CRIMES WERE TO SOME OF THE ONES TODAY, SICK MINDS HAVE NOT GONE AWAY THEY SEEM TO HAVE MULTIPLIED.


  4. First rate reporting I stumbled across this collection of old true crime stories and as macabre as it may sound, thoroughly enjoyed the read When I was a little girl my grandpa owned a trading post He had everything you could think of in that dusty old place, including stacks of true crime magazines Although I was never supposed to read those lurid, dirty nasty things I soon figured out that all I had to do was help clean the shelves where ALL the used magazines and comic books were and simply p [...]


  5. Famous CrimesI became fascinated by true crimes when the Charles Manson murders occurred I was 10 years old at the time and when Helter Skelter came out, I devoured it Ever since then I have read true crime books, losing myself in the insanity of people who kill and marveling in the writer s ability to keep me entranced and allow me to understand the complexity of the legal system I think it s easier to write about a crime that is recent than ones that happened decades ago, especially in the ear [...]


  6. You ve got to respect the author s diligence in uncovering forgotten crime stories and fact checking contemporary accounts But as a work of literature, it s lacking The author doesn t add much to the historic stories Sometimes the answer to the mystery is obvious did the man whose wife cheated on him kill her Yes Who would have thought In other cases, the mystery is unsolved and the author doesn t offer any theory or speculation about what the solution is Even in cases where someone was actually [...]


  7. Jason did an excellent job of mixing outstanding story telling with true facts researched and documented in this book I love Law Order, this being said, the stories read as if watching the detectives on assignment across time.


  8. Great read, with pictures The first story, was a bit long The other ones, I enjoyed immensely I felt really bad, for the kids, who found their parents murdered.Other good stories also.


  9. Only made it to a few chapters before I have up This book wasn t good or bad, just not holding my interest at this time Written very much like a high school history book, will try again at some other time maybe.


  10. Great Book I never felt like I was reading a book, it was like listening to someone telling a story I was amazed at how many crimes were committed, and no one was ever caught.


  11. Good ReadVery interesting stories Easy to read This book was factual without being gory I like the way the author have the characters dimension.


  12. Im not sure if this book is good or not, but i ve never been so surprised like when i was reading this book


  13. Great read I like all things vintage, including true crime stories Mr Morrow does a great job brining the forgotten back to life.


  14. FascinatingWorth a read The details have been assembled well and each case is therefore easy to follow It was hard to put down.


  15. InterestingVery interesting subject matter and I enjoyed these rare stories That being said, I did find the author s writing style to be a bit overdramatic.


  16. Great bookI ve been a lover of true crime for a long time This book ranks up there with Ann Rule and other true crime writers I m looking forward to reading volume 2.


  17. A Solid, Informative ReadMr Morrow narrates the cases in a factual and interesting though slightly pedestrian manner The reader may well learn something new



  18. SpellbindingI was just fascinated about stories in this book of murders that was committed before I was even born It makes you think about people that are so damaged that they do not have any compassion for human life.


  19. I initially heard about this book from the Sword and Scale podcast, and it was on my to read list until I realised it was on Kindle Unlimited and actually all of this author s books are available there Awesome I love both history true crime so this seemed like a no brainer of a read.It is, overall, a really good read He did include pictures in every chapter, which I personally like so you can see that these were actually people if that makes sense They all take place in the early 20th century of [...]


  20. A fascinating study of the sinister side of the miscreants amongst us These ten stories reveal the audacity and absence of conscience of the criminal The ineptitude of law enforcement or in some cases the dedication and determination of law enforcement Only the tenth story resonates with me having read the account previously, while most were before my time Happening at a time when the sophistication of crime solving methods and the communication technologies common to this day and age did not ex [...]


  21. I actually received this book by winning a contest that required me guessing a number between set numbers and coming closest to the one randomly chosen by a computer program Admittedly true crime is one of the most fascinating genres to me I was excited to receive the book and to finally get around to reading it In all honesty the first 4 or 5 chapters that spoke of crimes forgotten from around the 1930 s were interesting but kind of slow going Once the book moved into the late 30 s 39 and into [...]


  22. This is one of those surprisingly good books It appears self published, which always makes me a bit skeptical about ultimate quality, but it s first rate work The author has style and enjoys telling the tales, but really has a strength in pacing and revealing the crime as the public learned about it.The crimes included are actual forgotten crimes I ve never heard of before Each of the chapters reads easily, and this is a short story collection than book length tale, but that s actually a streng [...]


  23. A very good anthologyMorrow breathes new life into some very old true stories His research is excellent as is his ability to approach each story according to the decade in which it occurred He reminds the reader that these were the days before the Internet and cellphones and even before some law enforcement agencies had two way radios There is also a great appreciation for good police work as well as a dedication to the verifiable evidence, but importantly, no insertion of the author s personal [...]


  24. While I found the reviews of these forgotten crimes I certainly agree they are forgotten I d only ever heard of one out of ten interesting, I thought that the analysis lacked depth While many of the crimes are so old that the historical record is probably lacking, I felt a little sad when each story ended like I was missing something.I would have been interested to hear some of the author s opinions on motive, suspects in the unsolved crimes, and theories as to why some of the crimes remained un [...]


  25. I packed this in on page 41 The cases were all unknown to me but they weren t contemporary enough to hold my interest, sadly Perhaps if they were British cases I may have found myself enjoying them but I just found myself bored as I had nothing to relate to as such.I did laugh at this headline in the last century Denver s Stupid Police Force agine the uproar nowadays if that was printed He knew how to use apostrophes as he got them right at times then started putting them in the wrong places wh [...]


  26. I am not sure why I was so disappointed with it I felt like I just got a general overview of the cases and didn t really get a true sense of things That was basically what I was expecting though, just one chapter per case It just didn t seem up to snuff, given some of the other crime books I ve read I wanted I thought that some of the details could have been taken out and the focus of each chapters case could have been better hashed out that way, instead of being bogged down with miscellaneous [...]


  27. Readable accounts of forgotten casesThe prose is clean with few errors The accounts are quick and to the point Be warned that some of the cases were never resolved so some incidents are left unanswered The maps used in the book are also somewhat amateurish looking but otherwise the quality is good I read this as a kindle unlimited book and was quite pleased with the value.A nice, quick read and, as the author promises, not padded with irrelevant details like the life story of investigators.


  28. Well written with the right amount of detailI enjoyed the way the author provided background and insight into the lives of the victims and of the criminals I also found the short story format to be an excellent way to understand the crimes without getting into minutia that can just take up pages without providing relevant information I thought the stories chosen were fascinating, and I plan to read another book by Mr Morrow.


  29. This book is amazingly researched I have always been interested in bizarre cases and this book fits the bill Morrow has found cases from the 1900 s through the 1960s and while all cases are murder cases, t includes those that were solved as well as unsolved Morrow managed to find multiple sources on these dusty vintage crimes and present them almost like cases that would be sent to a D.A All questions that can be answered, were Very well written.


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