By Walter Gilmour,Leland E. Hale
As oil growth funds poured into Anchorage, town speedy grew to become a main vacation spot for the seedier parts of society: prostitutes, pimps, con males, and criminals of all breeds trying to profit. in spite of the fact that, whatever even worse lurked of their midst.
To all who knew him, Robert Hansen was once a customary hardworking businessman, husband, and father. yet hidden underneath the veneer of gentle respectability was once a monster whose wicked appetites couldn't be sated. From 1971 to 1983, Hansen was once a human predator, stalking ladies at the edges of Anchorage society—women whose disappearances could reason scant outcry, yet whose ugly fates may surprise the country. After his arrest, Hansen confessed to seventeen brutal murders, notwithstanding specialists suspect there have been greater than thirty victims.
Alaska kingdom Trooper Walter Gilmour and author Leland E. Hale inform the tale of Hansen’s twisted depredations—from the darkish urges that drove his insanity to the ladies who died at his hand and at last to the experts who captured and convicted the killer who got here to be referred to as the “Butcher Baker.”
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