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“Historically accurate. Well written and will be of particular interests to Criminologists in an understanding of the criminal mind, specifically that of a serial killer through their own words.” Five stars, -BN
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Excerpt from Part Three of Holmes’ Own Story: Confessed 27 Murders – Lied Then Died:
Judgment Day – Thursday, May 7, 1896
Holmes slept like a baby his last night on earth. After a second attempt to wake him, Holmes got up and dressed. Keeper John Henry asked Holmes how he felt.
“Are you nervous?” said Keeper Henry.
“Not a bit,” said Holmes. He smiled and slid his arms between the prison bars and stretched out his fingers.
“Look at that,” said Holmes. His hands were steady as a rock.