Flesh Collectors

Cannibalism and Further Depravity on the Redneck Riviera


Author: Fred Rosen

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1497697247

Category: True Crime

Page: 226

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Jeremiah Rodgers and Jonathan Lawrence met in Florida’s hospital for the criminally insane. Released, they went back to Lawrence’s hometown of Milton, Florida, where they soon murdered Justin Livingston, Lawrence’s mentally challenged cousin. The horror peaked when they brutally raped and shot eighteen-year-old Jennifer Robinson and then decided to cannibalize her body.

Four Shocking True Crime Tales

Body Dump, Flesh Collectors, Lobster Boy, and Deacon of Death


Author: Fred Rosen

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1504048040

Category: True Crime

Page: 2343

View: 2604

Four bizarre true crime stories about serial killers, murder sprees, sideshows, and church pulpits in one sensational volume. These grisly true crime books by a former New York Times columnist chronicle four shocking and disturbing cases. Body Dump: Few people in Poughkeepsie, New York, paid mind when prostitutes started vanishing off the streets. Nor did anyone have hard evidence to link the disappearances to suspect Kendall Francois, a slovenly middle school hall monitor nicknamed Stinky. Then, one woman escaped his house of horrors and led authorities to the ghastly secrets hidden in Francois’s attic. Flesh Collectors: When social misfit Jeremiah Rodgers and racist devil-worshipper Jonathan Lawrence met in a Florida penal system mental hospital, they discovered a mutual lust for sadism. Then, they were released. What followed was a thrill-killing spree of murder, rape, and cannibalism—the makings of an “unforgettable . . . true crime classic” (Dan Zupansky, host of Blog Talk Radio’s True Murder). Lobster Boy: With his lobster-claw hands and stunted legs, Grady Stiles Jr. traveled the carnival circuit as Lobster Boy. He was also a violently dangerous husband and father who had been convicted once before of murder. After years of abuse, his wife—a sideshow wonder known as the Electrified Girl—fought back with a murder-for-hire. Deacon of Death: By day, Sam Smithers, deacon of the Baptist church in Plant City, Florida, was a family man beyond reproach. By night, he was a sex-addicted killer who trolled for prostitutes. When the decomposed bodies of two women were found off a rural road in Tampa, no one suspected the clergyman. Then one day, a local woman saw sweet Mr. Smithers cleaning his bloody axe.

Scholastic Carcinogens


Author: Elias Sassoon

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1304931293

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

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The collection begins in high school, but ends somewhere else in life. We begin with this: “Experiences as a Substitute Teacher. Public high school of higher education but never higher than God. Sitting there, the pedagogue without authority real. Never seeking the real authority. Taking attendance. Giving assignments. Sitting there. Looking up at the ceiling, Sitting there. Students sit. Ignore. Time goes. Sitting there, students. Past and present. Sitting there. Writing the poems of the displaced, poems of: The tired, The bored, The alienated, The dysfunctional. Alienated.” Another excerpt: “Barbed wire. Invention of meticulous quality superimposed upon placid fallacies that move the human spirit toward predestination theocracy. Barbed wire. Invented for? Cows out there in the pasture. Sheep. God. Humans. Barbed wire. Invented why? To keep out. To push out. To prevent. Barbed wire to have and to hold. Holding in ideas and various manifestations of grandeur. Barbed. Painful. Hurtful.”


New Flesh Collection


Author: David Hine,Brian Haberlin

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781582408613

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 112

View: 3679

Spawn has recreated the world, but it's not exactly the way it's supposed to be. Everything old is new again! With bonus behind-the-scenes extras fans can see the making of Spawn from thumbnail to final color. And the eight-page Christmas Spawn story from the Image Holiday Special.

The Penguin Book of Canadian Short Stories


Author: Jane Urquhart

Publisher: Penguin Group Canada

ISBN: 9780670064939

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 696

View: 7452

This stunning collection of 60 stories—over a century's worth of the best Canadian literature by an extraordinary array of our finest writers—has been selected and is introduced by award-winning writer Jane Urquhart. Urquhart's selection includes stories by major literary figures such as Mavis Gallant, Carol Shields, Alistair MacLeod, and Margaret Atwood, and wonderful stories by younger writers, including Dennis Bock, Joseph Boyden, and Madeleine Thien. This collection is uniquely organized into five parts: the immigrant experience, urban life, family drama, fantasy and metaphor, and celebrating the past.

Sea of Flesh

A Collection of Short Stories from a Slightly Off-balanced Mind


Author: Tom Hougen

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781425750565

Category: Fiction

Page: 152

View: 8027

Book Description My muse is one strange entity. He, she, it, only seems to visit me while I'm in the shower. At times it can be months without a visitation. Then, boom, there it is throwing idea after idea at me, cramming every nook and cranny of my brain with story line after story line. It's like it has been storing up these little inspirations and then amuses itself by seeing if it can get my head to explode. Thank goodness the shower curtain is there to muffle the noise. This collection is the result of one of these encounters. The only connection the eighteen stories have is that they're all done in the flesh (well, except for the two dealing with the other side and the one that goes from one flesh to another). For the most part they have humor. There are two that deal with a more serious side though. But that's life. Sorry, but, non are X-rated. At the most, R. The ages of the characters run from the young to the aged. From depressed to loving life. From dimwitted to got-it-together. From honest to not-so-much. The main thing with this collection is to read and enjoy. To possibly escape from the day and relax, if only for a moment or two.

Sydney Architecture


Author: John Haskell

Publisher: University of New South Wales Press


Category: Architecture

Page: 96

View: 6527

Provides us with a wonderful insight into Sydney's finest and most interesting architecture. Superb photographs by John Callanan and delightful sketches by John Haskell combine to present a sophisticated picture of this stunning city. Designed as an introductory guide, Sydneysiders and tourists alike will discover unsuspected dimensions to our cultural heritage in this stylish new guide.

The World, the Flesh, and the Devil

A History of Colonial St. Louis


Author: Patricia Cleary

Publisher: University of Missouri Press

ISBN: 0826219136

Category: History

Page: 357

View: 5936

As Anglo-American colonists along the Atlantic seaboard began to protest British rule in the 1760s, a new settlement was emerging many miles west. St. Louis, founded simply as a French trading post, was expanding into a diverse global village. Few communities in eighteenth-century North America had such a varied population: indigenous Americans, French traders and farmers, African and Indian slaves, British officials, and immigrant explorers interacted there under the weak guidance of the Spanish governors. As the city’s significance as a hub of commerce grew, its populace became increasingly unpredictable, feuding over matters large and small and succumbing too often to the temptations of “the world, the flesh, and the devil.” But British leaders and American Revolutionaries still sought to acquire the area, linking St. Louis to the era’s international political and economic developments and placing this young community at the crossroads of empire. With its colonial period too often glossed over in histories of both early America and the city itself, St. Louis merits a new treatment. The first modern book devoted exclusively to the history of colonial St. Louis, The World, the Flesh, and the Devil illuminates how its people loved, fought, worshipped, and traded. Covering the years from the settlement’s 1764 founding to its 1804 absorption into the young United States, this study reflects on the experiences of the village’s many inhabitants. The World, the Flesh, and the Devil recounts important, neglected episodes in the early history of St. Louis in a narrative drawn from original documentary records. Chapters detail the official censure of the illicit union at the heart of St. Louis’s founding family, the 1780 battle that nearly destroyed the village, Spanish efforts to manage commercial relations between Indian peoples and French traders, and the ways colonial St. Louisans tested authority and thwarted traditional norms. Patricia Cleary argues that St. Louis residents possessed a remarkable willingness to adapt and innovate, which enabled them to survive the many challenges they faced. The interior regions of the U.S. have been largely relegated to the margins of colonial American history, even though their early times were just as dynamic and significant as those that occurred back east. The World, the Flesh, and the Devil is an inclusive, wide-ranging, and overdue account of the Gateway city’s earliest years, and this engaging book contributes to a comprehensive national history by revealing the untold stories of Upper Louisiana’s capital.


Science and mathematics


Author: University of Edinburgh

Publisher: N.A



Page: N.A

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Film Stardom, Myth and Classicism

The Rise of Hollywood's Gods


Author: M. Williams

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137291494

Category: Social Science

Page: 252

View: 7787

Since the golden era of silent movies, stars have been described as screen gods, goddesses and idols. This is the story of how Olympus moved to Hollywood to divinise stars as Apollos and Venuses for the modern age, and defined a model of stardom that is still with us today.

Social Wasps

Their Biology and Control


Author: Robin Edwards

Publisher: N.A


Category: Insect societies

Page: 398

View: 1577

The Soul Collectors


Author: Chris Mooney

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 014196166X

Category: Fiction

Page: 480

View: 2716

'One of the best thriller writers working today' Lee Child 'Chris Mooney is an exceptional thriller writer. I envy those who have yet to read him' John Connolly By the time you read this, I'll be missing or dead. Whatever you do, don't come looking for me. They're experts at hiding things: the living and the dead. And the truth. Ten years ago CSI Darby McCormick investigated a child abduction case. Today, the missing child - Charlie Rizzo - is back from the dead and holding his family hostage. His only demand: bring me Darby McCormick. Where has Charlie been all these years? And what is the secret he'll only tell Darby in person? A terrible conspiracy is unravelling. One even the FBI are running scared from. If Darby doesn't lose her life, she fears that she will lose not only her mind, but her soul... * * * Praise for Chris Mooney: 'Chris Mooney is a wonderful writer ... Compelling, thrilling and touching' Michael Connelly 'If you want a thriller that will chill your blood, break your heart and make your pulse race, Chris Mooney is your man' Mark Billingham 'A compelling story that will keep you up past your bedtime' Karin Slaughter 'A scary, breakneck ride with thrills that never let up' Tess Gerritsen 'Harrowing, gripping, haunting, gut-wrenching and beautifully written' Harlan Coben