Deadly Voices: The True Story of Serial Killer Herbert Mullin

Deadly Voices The True Story of Serial Killer Herbert Mullin With Photos Serial Killer Herbert Mullin terrorized the Santa Cruz California area at the same time the infamous Co Ed Killer Edmund Kemper was active Unlike Kemper Mullin killed anyone Young ol

  • Title: Deadly Voices: The True Story of Serial Killer Herbert Mullin
  • Author: C.L. Swinney R.J. Parker
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • With Photos Serial Killer Herbert Mullin terrorized the Santa Cruz, California, area at the same time the infamous Co Ed Killer, Edmund Kemper, was active Unlike Kemper, Mullin killed anyone Young, old, men, women, children, and even a priest in a confession booth He didn t adhere to a particular MO The deadly voices told him to kill and he killed Serial Killer HerbWith Photos Serial Killer Herbert Mullin terrorized the Santa Cruz, California, area at the same time the infamous Co Ed Killer, Edmund Kemper, was active Unlike Kemper, Mullin killed anyone Young, old, men, women, children, and even a priest in a confession booth He didn t adhere to a particular MO The deadly voices told him to kill and he killed Serial Killer Herbert Mullin terrorized the San Diego, California, area at the same time the infamous Co Ed Killer, Edmund Kemper, was active Unlike Kemper, Mullin killed anyone Young, old, men, women, children, and even a priest in a confession booth He didn t adhere to a particular MO The deadly voices told him to kill and he killed.

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    One Reply to “Deadly Voices: The True Story of Serial Killer Herbert Mullin”

    1. You probably heard about the guy who killed people to prevent an earthquake in California. This is his story.Herbert Mullin lost his best friend to a car accident in high school. In his grief, he got involved in drugs. It is speculated that the drugs triggered his schizophrenia and Herbert changed, in fact, became unrecognizable to his family and friends.The voices in his head were constant and controlling. He came to believe that humans had to be sacrificed to prevent a major earthquake which w [...]

    2. Another Great book by CL Swinney!!I really love the easy to read writing style of CL Swinney and the interesting subjects in his TC books. This book is about serial killer Herbert Mullin. Mullin was a little different than other serial killers that I have read about for a few reasons. One, he didn't have a type of person that he chose for a victim. Anyone was pretty much fair game to him. Another was his reasoning for what he did The voices As always with books by this author, this one seems wel [...]

    3. True murderThis was an okay book about a serial killer I never heard of. The story was well written as far as it goes but I like a little more detail in the books I read. It was still a book I'm not sorry I read.

    4. I've read all of Swinney's books so far including his true crime accounts and his crime fiction series. All are fantastic reads. This one however is my absolute favourite to date. The amount of research on this case is obvious through the details provided and the writing shines in the expert way the case is laid out for us. All fans of true crime will be very happy with this read and I highly recommend it.

    5. Kept my interest. Anyone that follows true crime stories should enjoy this one. It held my interest and allowed me a glimpse inside the mental illness of one serial killer that should have received help long before many of these murders happened.

    6. Very Interesting. A very through account of a serial killer I had never heard of I do believe Herbert Mullins knew what he was doing was wrong and that he is never released from prison

    7. Quick ReadThis is my first book by Swinney, honestly, I'm not sure if I want to read more. It was a good book, but lacked the detail I'm used to when reading true crime. Not necessarily a bad thing, just different.

    8. ThanksLove to read this kind of stories. The ones that keep me wanting to know more of what happened. Thanks for sharing this story with us and God bless all of you.

    9. Just ok. Somewhat trite and rambling.I would recommend if your interested in some psychology and schizophrenia and it's devastating effect on many in our population.

    10. An okay storyDelusional thoughts to craze the mind and voices giving direct orders all goes chaos and psycho in this speed read

    11. Written like a book reportThis book was something I read in under 30 minutes and seemed As though it was written by a child. Within it there was a reference to the killer having used a CIG to burn his own penis where the author says "it is not a normal thing to do." So grateful for the clarity! Good for a quick, non haunting (so mundane its not even disturbed-as it should be). Def wouldn't purchase, used kindle unlimited, for that its acceptable.

    12. Poorly written. Confusing and choppy. It's hard to believe anyone would give this book more than a single star; and that's being generous! It's poorly written, choppy and confusing. The author doesn't stay focused on the story line. There are so many problems with the writing I doubt it was even edited! This is truly terrible. Don't waste your time or money on this one.

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