Houston Mass Murders 1973 by Barbara Gibson
A True Crime Narrative
Step inside a real-life story that shocked the nation and changed the city of Houston forever when police unearthed the bodies of 27 teenage boys.
The Houston Mass Murders 1973, by crime writer, Barbara Gibson, delves into the minds of three notorious killers – Dean Corll, Elmer Wayne Henley, Jr., and David Brooks – who, between 1970 and 1973, lured twenty-seven unsuspecting teenage boys into a deadly trap.
Gibson's book takes an unflinching look at the horrific events of 1973 and brings to life the heart-wrenching personal stories of the victims, their families and the perpetrators, through a narrative that is both powerful and haunting.
Prepare to be both provoked and intrigued as you experience the Houston Mass Murders through the eyes of those who lived the horror.Amazon
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