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Killers and Cannibals and Crazies, Oh My! Brandy Sullivan

Killers and Cannibals and Crazies, Oh My!

Brandy Sullivan

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From the bestselling author of Case Not Closed, Killers and Cannibals and Crazies, Oh My! is a collection of Brandy Sullivans short novellas focused on the dark realities human kind easily forgets about. This is truly the stuff nightmares are madeMoreFrom the bestselling author of Case Not Closed, Killers and Cannibals and Crazies, Oh My! is a collection of Brandy Sullivans short novellas focused on the dark realities human kind easily forgets about. This is truly the stuff nightmares are made of and it is all real...Killers...Serial murders, especially those unsolved, are one of the most horrific things that can happen to a town. The very thought that there is someone stalking the streets as a hunter stalks its prey, the streets that you live on, looking for victims to carry out a sick and evil game on, is a very terrifying prospect. Many of these killers strike in the same area for years, others move around spreading fear in new neighborhoods and luckily, many of them are caught. However, when the killer is not caught, citizens are forced to imagine when he or she will strike again...Cannibals...Cannibalism is as old as time, and yet its present in modern times as well. It could be latent in every one of us. Recent events show that when push comes to shove, when it is time for fight or flight, even the most civilized humans will resort to cannibalism to survive.Explore five cases, both survival and evil ones, and decide for yourself. If it was your only way to survive could you do it?Crazies...Nightmares, tales of haunting, and legends are often based on history. In most cases bits of fact are wildly exaggerated for maximum scare potential. Unfortunately for patients in 19th century asylums their reality was far worse than anyone can imagine. Condemned to a hell masqueraded as treatment, these patients suffered despair and pain greater than any human limit can measure.