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Holmes' Own Story

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Holmes' Own Story by Herman W. Mudgett is a chilling and thought-provoking account of one of America's most notorious serial killers, H.H. Holmes. Written in Holmes' own words, this book provides a glimpse into the mind of a man who committed heinous crimes without remorse.

Mudgett's writing style is straightforward and engaging, drawing the reader into the dark world of Holmes as he describes his twisted motivations and methods. The author does not shy away from the gruesome details of Holmes' murders, making for a truly disturbing read.

While the subject matter of Holmes' Own Story may be unsettling, it is a fascinating insight into the mind of a psychopath. Mudgett's meticulous research and attention to detail make this book a must-read for true crime enthusiasts and anyone interested in the psychology of serial killers.

Overall, Holmes' Own Story is a riveting and disturbing account of one man's descent into madness. It is a haunting reminder of the darkness that lurks within some individuals, and a testament to the importance of understanding the minds of those who commit such horrific acts. Highly recommended for those with a strong stomach and a morbid curiosity.

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An account written by the infamous serial murderer H. H. Holmes in an attempt to exonerate himself while being tried for numerous crimes in Moyamensing Prison, Philadelphia. - Summary by Autumn

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