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Entrepreneurs, farmers, nurses, roofers…Killers. Serial killers are not simple monsters, as many believe. They are human beings just like us; men and women who have made the wrong choices or been turned into ugly creatures by their upbringing. Some seek to cause pain and shock — others just wish to scratch an itch that they have in their mind. All of them bring darkness Entrepreneurs, farmers, nurses, roofers…Killers. Serial killers are not simple monsters, as many believe. They are human beings just like us; men and women who have made the wrong choices or been turned into ugly creatures by their upbringing. Some seek to cause pain and shock — others just wish to scratch an itch that they have in their mind. All of them bring darkness in their own way. Among them are those that work with accomplices, others prefer to go alone. It doesn’t matter; their victims die all the same. Have you ever wanted to know what lies in a serial killer’s mind? Come with us, reader, and you shall find out. Six Bloody Fantasies is a bloody collection of tales, containing the biographies of six serial killers who terrorized the world at one point in recent history, their actions ripping apart the lives of their victims and their families. We strive to give you every single detail, so do not expect us to be soft on what is about to be described. You must be warned beforehand: You may not sleep again after reading this book…


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Entrepreneurs, farmers, nurses, roofers…Killers. Serial killers are not simple monsters, as many believe. They are human beings just like us; men and women who have made the wrong choices or been turned into ugly creatures by their upbringing. Some seek to cause pain and shock — others just wish to scratch an itch that they have in their mind. All of them bring darkness Entrepreneurs, farmers, nurses, roofers…Killers. Serial killers are not simple monsters, as many believe. They are human beings just like us; men and women who have made the wrong choices or been turned into ugly creatures by their upbringing. Some seek to cause pain and shock — others just wish to scratch an itch that they have in their mind. All of them bring darkness in their own way. Among them are those that work with accomplices, others prefer to go alone. It doesn’t matter; their victims die all the same. Have you ever wanted to know what lies in a serial killer’s mind? Come with us, reader, and you shall find out. Six Bloody Fantasies is a bloody collection of tales, containing the biographies of six serial killers who terrorized the world at one point in recent history, their actions ripping apart the lives of their victims and their families. We strive to give you every single detail, so do not expect us to be soft on what is about to be described. You must be warned beforehand: You may not sleep again after reading this book…

30 review for Serial Killers Volume 1: 6 Horrific Serial Killers’ True Crime Stories (Six Bloody Fantasies)

  1. 4 out of 5

    John

    Stories- 3/5 Narration- 3.5/ 5 Very basic rundowns of the cases with barely any depth, at all. Recommendation- only if it's free Stories- 3/5 Narration- 3.5/ 5 Very basic rundowns of the cases with barely any depth, at all. Recommendation- only if it's free

  2. 4 out of 5

    Prakash Sharma

    Really horrific. I took this book because of my interest in psychology. I firmly believe that psychology plays a vital role in success and failure. The serial killers of these stories are no exception. Many studies have been carried out on prisoners (serial rapists and killers) around the world which focus on childhood, mental state of these culprits. Evening this book, one story describes it well. "Daniel was a smart man; a very smart man in fact. He did not spend his time in prison simply sittin Really horrific. I took this book because of my interest in psychology. I firmly believe that psychology plays a vital role in success and failure. The serial killers of these stories are no exception. Many studies have been carried out on prisoners (serial rapists and killers) around the world which focus on childhood, mental state of these culprits. Evening this book, one story describes it well. "Daniel was a smart man; a very smart man in fact. He did not spend his time in prison simply sitting around and learning of ways to be a thug within the walls of the penitentiary. No, Daniel knew instead that he had to nurture his mind in the works of greats and, of course, find a way out of the prison. He did the former by openly reading authors such as Nietzsche, Freud, and Dostoievsky, while secretly studying the books that gave him information about the ocean currents around the island and navigation. He sat in his cell and planned a way out of the apparently inescapable prison, knowing that there surely could be a way out. It would come to him almost by accident." As always, I am of the opinion that it's obligation on the part of parents to guide their children, particularly when they are around 5 to 15 years. The conditions of law and order are almost everywhere is the same. Traditional education system is giving up behavioral science. Self education is the only way to save our children from being criminal or victim. In India itself, there are many such horrific examples like Koli and Pandher.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie Kernene

    Ryan Becker is a newer author to me. I just started reading his books this year. So far, I have really liked all that he has to offer, including this Serial Killers Volume 1. I can't wait for the next one. In this one, there was one I had never heard of, Daniel Camargo. I was very interested in his story, since I have never read up on him. All of the others were at least somewhat high profile, however, he did very good research, not just throwing out the same thing written about any of them over Ryan Becker is a newer author to me. I just started reading his books this year. So far, I have really liked all that he has to offer, including this Serial Killers Volume 1. I can't wait for the next one. In this one, there was one I had never heard of, Daniel Camargo. I was very interested in his story, since I have never read up on him. All of the others were at least somewhat high profile, however, he did very good research, not just throwing out the same thing written about any of them over and over. They were all like new stories. The writing was excellent as usual. This book is excellent! Ryan Becker is really an up-and-coming true crime writer who deserves to be read. I highly recommend this book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jason

    There is something refreshing to be said for a book that just lays it all out there. While I'd read/heard about all 6 of these cases previously, it was kind of cool to have all the "artifice" stripped away and the facts laid bare. No psychobabble, no in depth look into things we already know. Becker calls it like it is: fucked up childhood, horrific abuse, lead these people to repeat the pattern on a grander scale-no let's have sympathy for the hand they were dealt. They had horrific childhoods, There is something refreshing to be said for a book that just lays it all out there. While I'd read/heard about all 6 of these cases previously, it was kind of cool to have all the "artifice" stripped away and the facts laid bare. No psychobabble, no in depth look into things we already know. Becker calls it like it is: fucked up childhood, horrific abuse, lead these people to repeat the pattern on a grander scale-no let's have sympathy for the hand they were dealt. They had horrific childhoods, they did horrific things and they are being punished for it! Now of course, I may have been particularly in need of a no bs kind of read after the awful book I just finished plodding through, but I really enjoyed this one!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Pooja

    A quick and comprehensive read about six serial killers, some more well-known than others.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Grady

    ‘Even after his death, Henry has us guessing — was he the most prolific serial killer in America? Or was he just the best liar?’ Ryan Becker is growing strong in the literary scene, a handsome young man with a penchant for the gruesome. His list of books to date are SERIAL KILLER: 200 Gruesome yet Fascinating Facts about Serial Killers, Book 1– ROBERT BERDELLA: The True Story of a Man who Turned his Darkest Fantasies, Book 2 EDMUND KEMPER: The True Story of the Brutal Co-ed Butcher, JEFFREY DAHME ‘Even after his death, Henry has us guessing — was he the most prolific serial killer in America? Or was he just the best liar?’ Ryan Becker is growing strong in the literary scene, a handsome young man with a penchant for the gruesome. His list of books to date are SERIAL KILLER: 200 Gruesome yet Fascinating Facts about Serial Killers, Book 1– ROBERT BERDELLA: The True Story of a Man who Turned his Darkest Fantasies, Book 2 EDMUND KEMPER: The True Story of the Brutal Co-ed Butcher, JEFFREY DAHMER: The Gruesome True Story of a Hungry Cannibalistic Rapist and Necrophiliac Serial Killer, TRUE CRIME STORIES VOLUME 1: 12 Terrifying True Crime Murder Cases, TRUE CRIME STORIES VOLUME 2: 12 Terrifying True Crime Murder Cases, TRUE CRIME STORIES VOLUME 3: 12 Terrifying True Crime Murder Cases and now he turns his investigation and reportage in a new series SERIAL KILLERS: 6 HORRIFIC SERIAL KILLERS Volume 1. According to the biographical information, Ryan aims to write all the stories he has read and watched and letting himself be taken into the world of true mysteries and psychological murder crime stories. He also wants to share his experience of his younger days with the readers on how he immersed himself with the dark reality of the world. He loves to tell a true story that will make you solve a puzzle on your mind. He is now living with his wife and two sons. Ideally, Ryan wants to leave a mark on the reader with his dark true crime stories. It is important to add that he succeeds! Ryan’s books tend to be more psychological dissections or autopsies of the minds of the murderers he reports. At book's inception he outlines the content - ‘In a world of billions of humans, all so naturally different and brought up in distinct cultures, belief systems and communities, it is no surprise that our planet is equally capable of producing the most wonderful heroes and the most disgusting monsters. We are a curious race, one that seeks day by day to uncover the mysteries of our world and our universe; the only known species that can attest to possessing a consciousness and advanced intelligence. For some, that intelligence is used for seeking answers and finding a way to progress as human beings. Others, however, allow it to develop into a tool for finding the best way to indulge themselves in pleasure and give free rein to their desires. These are the most dangerous kinds of humans. The following book is a compilation of the lives of several human beings who gave themselves up to their fantasies — fantasies which were born of violence, murder, and the thirst for blood. Some worked alone, others with accomplices; some were strong and fearless, others used discreet or cowardly methods to kill their victims; some did it because they loved seeing the despair in their victims’ faces, others because they believed they were fulfilling an order from higher powers…It matters little, for at the end of the day, they were all murderers of the worst kind. This collection of stories shall take you across the world and into the minds of very twisted individuals, and it is important you understand that no details shall be left out to protect the sensibilities of our readers; be sure that you shall learn of every terrible act committed by our monsters, as evil as they may have been. From Robert Pickton — who killed dozens of women and fed them to the pigs on his farm — to Genene Jones — who made children sick in a terribly disturbing attempt at saving them due to her desire to be seen as a ‘heroine,’ killing many in the process — we are about to embark on a journey, a journey that leads down a bloodstained slope into an abyss of pitch-black darkness.’ Very succinctly Ryan introduces these six serial killers, leaving no details to the imagination. Grisly but fascinating to read the manner in which Ryan approaches his subject matter. He details the lives and crimes of Robert Pickton, Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka, Daniel Camargo, the infamous Richard Ramirez, Henry Lee Lucas and Ottis Toole, and finally the killer nurse Genene Anne Jones. As he states at the end of the reported cases, ‘Life is a delicate, ephemeral experience that allows us a short moment in time to realize who and what we are. Many seek to do great deeds, others to do nothing of value at all. The people in this book are or were humans just like us; human beings that made their own decisions and had their own dreams. Serial killers are usually not monsters; they are broken humans who have not tried hard enough to fight their demons and haven’t received enough care from their family, friends, or community. We should seek to eliminate serial killers — not by killing them or throwing them behind bars forever, but by treating them before they can cause pain as we have read about in this book. The world shall be a better place for it, and we will never have to hear of their kind again.’ Ryan writes very well indeed and has found his niche in books that inform and make us shudder, avoiding ‘the things that go bump in the night.’ He is very rapidly becoming an authority on crime whose insight is exceptional.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Myste

    A WARNING FOR ANYONE AFTER THE AUDIOBOOK VERSION... I wanted this. I wanted it bad. Unfortunately, I made the mistake of buying the audiobook version (if there is another version?) and good god, the narrator was insufferable. The pauses ............... and the S L O W C A D A N C E OF H I S R E A D I N G S T Y L E ... were just too much to bear. I don't know who directed him to speak so slowly, but you did the narrator and the book itself an extreme disservice. I just can't. I can't stand it. My I A WARNING FOR ANYONE AFTER THE AUDIOBOOK VERSION... I wanted this. I wanted it bad. Unfortunately, I made the mistake of buying the audiobook version (if there is another version?) and good god, the narrator was insufferable. The pauses ............... and the S L O W C A D A N C E OF H I S R E A D I N G S T Y L E ... were just too much to bear. I don't know who directed him to speak so slowly, but you did the narrator and the book itself an extreme disservice. I just can't. I can't stand it. My IQ is over 25, and I thus require a deliverance of information slightly faster than the slow pour of extra-extra-thick molasses. I am saddened by this one. ): I won't leave any rating, as I never got past the first five minutes. Just know that you were wanted.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Millett

    Grisly Serial Killers Another true crime winner by Ryan Becker. I was provided this book for free for an honest review. I am fascinated by true crime books and Ryan Becker is a master of them. In this latest installment he tells the stories of 6 brutal serial murderers including Richard Ramierez, know as the Night Stalker, the pig farmer killers and the Men and Barbie killers plus three more. He details their childhoods, path of destructive killings, rapes and brutal beatings they performed on th Grisly Serial Killers Another true crime winner by Ryan Becker. I was provided this book for free for an honest review. I am fascinated by true crime books and Ryan Becker is a master of them. In this latest installment he tells the stories of 6 brutal serial murderers including Richard Ramierez, know as the Night Stalker, the pig farmer killers and the Men and Barbie killers plus three more. He details their childhoods, path of destructive killings, rapes and brutal beatings they performed on their victims and their ultimate mistakes that got them captured. Ryan Becker provides excellent insight into these criminals minds and why they kill. I highly recommend this book to those readers who love true crime. It is well worth the read.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Alison

    This could have been a 3 star review but the authors insistence of calling female victims who were children “women” really put me off. A nine year old child is not a woman, Ryan. There was a lot of outdated and quite frankly offensive terminology used when referring to victims who were children, or ignorance in general about sex workers who are also victims of rape. In addition the book really needed an editor. Did it have one? Big oof. The tone went from serious documentation of facts to “but he This could have been a 3 star review but the authors insistence of calling female victims who were children “women” really put me off. A nine year old child is not a woman, Ryan. There was a lot of outdated and quite frankly offensive terminology used when referring to victims who were children, or ignorance in general about sex workers who are also victims of rape. In addition the book really needed an editor. Did it have one? Big oof. The tone went from serious documentation of facts to “but he fucked up” and back. Names were confused in multiple places. This book could have benefitted from some reigning in of the rambling and commentary and more of an explanation of some facts.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Gabrielle

    An Excellent Collection I love reading true crime. I have always been fascinated as to what makes serial killers well.. serial killers. This is a short but awesome collection if you enjoy this genre as much as I do. Although, I have read about the Night Stalker before it's interesting to read different authors takes on different crimes and killers. This one is a must if you enjoy true crime. This is also very short if you don't have a lot of extra time to read. It only took me an hour and a half An Excellent Collection I love reading true crime. I have always been fascinated as to what makes serial killers well.. serial killers. This is a short but awesome collection if you enjoy this genre as much as I do. Although, I have read about the Night Stalker before it's interesting to read different authors takes on different crimes and killers. This one is a must if you enjoy true crime. This is also very short if you don't have a lot of extra time to read. It only took me an hour and a half from start to finish.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Bettye McKee

    Don't believe it! Although the title says there are six (6) true crime stories in this book, there are really eighteen (18). So if you're wondering if the book is worth the price for six stories, you'll find that the bonus stories will settle the matter. You may be familiar with some or all of the subjects in this book, but I think you'll still find the stories interesting. 58 Don't believe it! Although the title says there are six (6) true crime stories in this book, there are really eighteen (18). So if you're wondering if the book is worth the price for six stories, you'll find that the bonus stories will settle the matter. You may be familiar with some or all of the subjects in this book, but I think you'll still find the stories interesting. 58

  12. 5 out of 5

    Beau Williams

    I've gotten on a kick of reading things about serial killers ever since that mindhunter show came out. It is far more creepy and scary reading about the real monsters out there, than the fake or science fiction ones I usually enjoy. The main reason I didn't give it four stars was because the author couldn't make up his mind on whether to present the information or share his opinions on how villans always get their come upanse. I've gotten on a kick of reading things about serial killers ever since that mindhunter show came out. It is far more creepy and scary reading about the real monsters out there, than the fake or science fiction ones I usually enjoy. The main reason I didn't give it four stars was because the author couldn't make up his mind on whether to present the information or share his opinions on how villans always get their come upanse.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Max

    Audiobook. This book reads like a high school book report. A lot of tantalizing adjectives without much substance. The serial killers in this book are glossed over without really going into too much detail about each one. A simple statement of fact. But the Cardinal sin for me is that the narrator mispronounced so many words that it actually caused me to cringe more than the actual killings themselves. I really could not, in all good conscience, recommend this book.

  14. 5 out of 5

    nora m malotte

    Serial Killers volume 1 It's a thin line between what's makes a serial killer. What makes a person cross that line may be different for each of us. But I truly believe if pushed at some point we are all capable of crossing that line. I pray we are all strong enough to make the right choice and NOT cross that line. I RECOMMEND the book. Serial Killers volume 1 It's a thin line between what's makes a serial killer. What makes a person cross that line may be different for each of us. But I truly believe if pushed at some point we are all capable of crossing that line. I pray we are all strong enough to make the right choice and NOT cross that line. I RECOMMEND the book.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Remy

    Fascinating... If you are a true crime fan, I highly recommend this book. It is well researched and written. The cases the author chose to include may be familiar; others not. But he provides just enough detail about each murder to keep you gripped in the story. You won't be able to put this book down once you start it. Fascinating... If you are a true crime fan, I highly recommend this book. It is well researched and written. The cases the author chose to include may be familiar; others not. But he provides just enough detail about each murder to keep you gripped in the story. You won't be able to put this book down once you start it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Vickey Mcgee

    Gruesome Truth This was very well written. I remember some of these cases from the news such as the pig farmer and the Night Stalker. I'm glad I grew up with the fictional characters of Frankenstein and the Wolfman. These stories of serial killers are rather gruesome and a bit graphic. Mature readers only. Gruesome Truth This was very well written. I remember some of these cases from the news such as the pig farmer and the Night Stalker. I'm glad I grew up with the fictional characters of Frankenstein and the Wolfman. These stories of serial killers are rather gruesome and a bit graphic. Mature readers only.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    Six cruel, unfeeling serial killers who decided to inflict pain and suffering on their fellow human beings instead of rising above the horrible circumstances of their childhoods. Told in Ryan Becker's brutally detailed way, I will definitely need to read something much lighter next to get some of the images this book created out of my head. Six cruel, unfeeling serial killers who decided to inflict pain and suffering on their fellow human beings instead of rising above the horrible circumstances of their childhoods. Told in Ryan Becker's brutally detailed way, I will definitely need to read something much lighter next to get some of the images this book created out of my head.

  18. 4 out of 5

    John Franklin

    Easy read. Very interesting The stories were interesting. Some of the killers I had heard of and some I hadn't. The short story format makes the book go by quickly. The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because some of the phrasing the author used was a little complex and I had to read a few paragraphs twice to really understand what the author was trying to say. Easy read. Very interesting The stories were interesting. Some of the killers I had heard of and some I hadn't. The short story format makes the book go by quickly. The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because some of the phrasing the author used was a little complex and I had to read a few paragraphs twice to really understand what the author was trying to say.

  19. 4 out of 5

    monalisa anthony

    Very Good Read I may be bias because I've come to love Ryan Becker's books! This was a great read that I couldn't put down. If you like true crime this is not only the book for you but also the author for you as well! Very Good Read I may be bias because I've come to love Ryan Becker's books! This was a great read that I couldn't put down. If you like true crime this is not only the book for you but also the author for you as well!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Susan Margaret Leedy

    Unbelievably scary I lobe this author's books! Succinct, while completely honest to the last gory detail, the writer non partisan and offers both what happened and why it happened. This book, as all Ryan Becker's books are is a masterfully written tale that is hard to put down! Unbelievably scary I lobe this author's books! Succinct, while completely honest to the last gory detail, the writer non partisan and offers both what happened and why it happened. This book, as all Ryan Becker's books are is a masterfully written tale that is hard to put down!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Trish Lockhart

    Educational I found the book full of information as well as educational about serial killers. It kept me riveted. It's a great read if you like reading about the life of serial killers. Educational I found the book full of information as well as educational about serial killers. It kept me riveted. It's a great read if you like reading about the life of serial killers.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Cheryle

    Written for children? This book reads like it was written by a fifth grader for an audience of fifth graders. Did anyone proofread this? Did anyone not realize that the author's voice is very juvenile and of the "wink wink nudge nudge" condescending style of writing? Written for children? This book reads like it was written by a fifth grader for an audience of fifth graders. Did anyone proofread this? Did anyone not realize that the author's voice is very juvenile and of the "wink wink nudge nudge" condescending style of writing?

  23. 5 out of 5

    Valencia

    Ryan is a great master of detailed. So far, I have really enjoyed each and every one of his books.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    It was fantastic, in the gory sense of the word. It was a nice little add on to another book. It was enough to disgust a person that cannot stand gore.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Tonja

    Good read The first part of the book I have read in a previous book. Like the first one I read (not in order), this book was just as good. Still makes you wonder.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tanis Methot

    Very good Would read again was very interesting and factual would read more from this author first time reading his book good

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jenna

    new interesting series on becker's books! new interesting series on becker's books!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

    New series and Ryan never failed to create something interesting again.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Celine

    farmers? entrepreneurs? we can never know who can be a serial killer. This series really hooked me.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    I really enjoyed reading and hoped it was longer

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