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On Nov. 18, 1993, a 9 year old little girl was abducted while walking near her St. Ann home. Nine days after her disappearance, two hunters in St. Charles County found her partially naked body duct taped to a tree. The little girl had been sexually assaulted. Law enforcement suspected that she was alive when she was left tied to the tree and that she ultimately died of exposure to the elements. This little girl’s murder is still unsolved. Throughout American history, serial killers have both fascinated and horrified people. Most of the time, they appear to be seemingly harmless people who look like an average person with a regular job. There have been many serial killers who have lived among ordinary American people since the beginning of time. As a youngster, I was the victim of my half brothers torture and abuse. Many years later he was arrested and convicted of kidnap and rape. He was the Bartow Florida mall rapist. That set me on the path to write the book you are about to read now. My intent here is to present to you published research that I have gathered from different sources including the Internet, many police reports, state and county records as well as many editorials that were gathered from various news sources. My hope is that this book will help people to look carefully at their own personal surroundings and possibly stop tragedies before they occur. I hope the value proposition from this book is beneficial to my readers.
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