By Victoria Redstall
She is a glamorous version, actress, filmmaker and investigative journalist who has spent years vacationing high-security felony, gaining knowledge of sadistic killers like Gary Ray Bowles and Keith Hunter Jesperson, 'The satisfied Face Killer'. those hardened killers have spread out to her in a fashion that they might by no means do to psychiatrists, prosecutors and different authority figures... and feature published terrifying chapters in their lives that will in a different way have stayed hidden perpetually. during this chilling e-book Victoria Redstall stocks each aspect and perception, bringing the reader up shut and intensely own with one of the most harmful and disturbed serial killers that the area has ever visible. In an identical vein to bestseller speaking with Serial Killers this name will certainly entice enthusiasts of real crime.
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Me? 00pm on Tuesday, 3 November 1998. Now I was truly entering the warped mind of a serial killer. My name is Wayne Adam Ford. I am the serial killer. In 1997 I was experiencing some real problems. My wife left and took my son away. I started drinking heavily and I was suffering from the lingering effects of a head injury that put me in a coma years ago. I began a series of killings in 1997 and 1998. During this time, I killed four women. I blacked out during the killings but I knew that I was responsible.
Forensic and autopsy reports: drawn from verbally recorded statements made by the medical examiners and investigators concerned; mostly from verifiable documents not generally in the public domain but available upon request. Although some of the individuals’ names featured in this book may differ from previously published material – Internet/TV/motion picture transmissions – the names used in this book are the true names sourced from official documents, also available upon request from the jurisdictional agency concerned.
I blacked out during the killings but I knew that I was responsible. I cut up one body, burying some of the remains and putting other body parts in my freezer. I was not in my right mind. The remorse and guilt was crushing me. The police investigation into all four killings turned up no leads. When I checked into Room Zero, at the Ocean Grove Lodge, I thought it was very eerie that there was a Room Zero. I had never seen a Room Zero before. It seemed kind of ominous and foreboding. Prior to the day of my arrest, I spent the day working up the courage with alcohol and, eh, self-prodding, to work myself up to what had to be done.