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Bloody Chicago

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Pages: 212

Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.

Publisher: Date:10/11/2006 - Whitechapel Productions

By: Troy Taylor

The "Dead Men Do Tell Tales" saga begins with the first book in the series by Troy Taylor and reveals the dark and crime-ridden history of Chicago! Join the author for a look at how the crime, violence and death of yesterday have created the hauntings of today in what has been called "the most haunted city in America"! This page-turning thriller delves into Chicago's tales of crime, corruption, violence and bloody murder, from the days of gangland violence to the most perplexing unsolved mysteries in the city, and presents a unique perspective on the origins of Chicago's many ghost stories and unsettling legends. Discover the bloodcurdling events that have spawned some of Chicago's greatest ghost stories, including: Torso Murders & Unsolved Crime, the House of Weird Death, Marshall Field Jr. Mystery, Chicago's Jack the Ripper, the St. Valentine's Day Massacre, Legend & Lore of John Dillinger, Murder Castle of H.H. Holmes, Sausage Factory Murders, Ghosts of the "Ragged Stranger" Case, Leopold & Loeb, Grimes Sisters Murders, Ghosts of Wolf Lake and Much More!  

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