Jerry Brudos: The True Story of The Shoe Fetish Slayer: Historical Serial Killers and Murderers (True Crime by Evil Killers Book 19)

Jerry Brudos The True Story of The Shoe Fetish Slayer Historical Serial Killers and Murderers True Crime by Evil Killers Book Foot fetishes have been around ever since Victorian men longed for a glimpse of a pretty woman s ankle but American serial killer Jerome Henry Brudos took his fetish for feet to a macabre new level E
  • Title: Jerry Brudos: The True Story of The Shoe Fetish Slayer: Historical Serial Killers and Murderers (True Crime by Evil Killers Book 19)
  • Author: Jack Rosewood
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  • Page: 274
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Foot fetishes have been around ever since Victorian men longed for a glimpse of a pretty woman s ankle, but American serial killer Jerome Henry Brudos took his fetish for feet to a macabre new level Ever since he discovered his first pair of heels at the neighborhood dump when he was five years old, those peep toed black patent leather pumps aroused something sinister, esFoot fetishes have been around ever since Victorian men longed for a glimpse of a pretty woman s ankle, but American serial killer Jerome Henry Brudos took his fetish for feet to a macabre new level Ever since he discovered his first pair of heels at the neighborhood dump when he was five years old, those peep toed black patent leather pumps aroused something sinister, especially after his abusive, razor edged mother found them and burned his coveted shoes to a crisp while forcing him watched What began as furtive clothesline thefts of ladies panties and bras eventually evolved into a dark fantasyland that would require a human model to display his silky, sexy finds Those models, of course, would never come out of their sessions alive It wouldn t take long until freckled, red headed, flabby Jerry Brudos, now a husband and father of two, would find himself unable to control his desire to turn live women into human dolls, and a pretty girl selling encyclopedias door to door would become his first murder victim From her, after snapping numerous photographs as he dressed and undressed her, he took his first trophy, a severed left foot, amputated while his victim was still alive After disposing of her body, he delighted in slipping that foot into shoes from his collection, until it decomposed too much to bring him pleasure Among true crime stories, the twisted tale of Jerry Brudos is especially terrifying, because he later laughed in interviews about the girls he strangled and raped after they were dead, and felt no remorse over taking souvenirs including crime scene photographs and several severed breasts While Brudos was not as prolific as some American serial killers, His story goes down as one of the most bizarre in Oregon history, and will be a satisfying read for true crime addicts who enjoy not only the underbelly of murder, but how far detectives will go to catch a killer.
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    2 thoughts on “Jerry Brudos: The True Story of The Shoe Fetish Slayer: Historical Serial Killers and Murderers (True Crime by Evil Killers Book 19)

    1. I live in one of the most beautiful places in Florida, Jupiter, with my wife, two kids and our golden retriever, Vincent I ve been a full time author for the last 15 years and I wouldn t trade it against anything in the world My father was a journalist and wrote about some of the worst crimes you could ever imagine, and that s where my big interest from serial killers and other horrible crimes comes from Just to hear my father talk about the evil acts of Ted Bundy as we were out fishing as a kid are some of my best memories.

    2. A very good, concise look into the serial killer Jerry Brudos It s a quick read so it may be lacking details for some readers, but it was the perfect read for me The author captures the cruelty of Brudos I was very sick after reading it.

    3. I received a mobile copy of this book from the author through a recent giveaway he had on LibraryThing and the following is my honest opinion.Like all the other books I ve read from this author regarding serial killers these individuals, like Jerry Brudos, all came from an unpleasant parental environment In Jerry Brudos case it had been his over abusive mother, who after finding his highly prized black patent leather pumps, burned them in front of his eyes when he was only five years old As he g [...]

    4. After taking a criminal justice class in high school, as well as doing a report on Ed Gein, I have always had an interest in serial killers That sounds sinister and weird to say, but I find it interesting to see what exactly made them snap and what made them become who they are Similar to Ed Gein, Jerry Brudos had a hard childhood and a rough relationship with his mother The author did a great job is re telling these awful crimes and really giving us a look into the life of a serial killer and h [...]

    5. This is yet another biopic read that s really hard to put down It s an insightful and graphically detailed account of some of the most horrific serial killers In fact, while reading yet another of Jack Rosewoods books, I just had to keep turning the pages yet again Not necessarily because it s all that enjoyable in any way, shape or form, to delve a little too deeply into the malefic minds of such murderous men, but because I sincerely believe that most people are fascinated in one way or anothe [...]

    6. Another winner by this author.I really enjoy these shorter true crime reads by Jack Rosewood They re very well presented and I ve picked up a few free or on offer at 99p so they re great value I ve read a few of Ann Rule s true crime books in the past but sometimes these are just so long, eg 500 pages, and they go into so much detail you don t always want to read something so in depth, indeed, don t always have the time, so these are perfect Jack Rosewood s books are fairly brief yet they still [...]

    7. Sick in the head, and evil That s Jerry BrudosI first began to read about serial killers many years ago The PeeWee Gaskins and the Ted Bundys haven t changed much What has changed is that the author of this particular book, and his many others, meticulously researches and studies his subject to get his facts right This guy, Jerry Brudos, was a really sick individual who, as is usual for serial killers, tried to blame someone or something else for his proclivity to kill Without giving anything aw [...]

    8. Very Thought Provoking Crime History This is a very intriguing biography of Jerome Henry Brudos, an American serial killer in the late 60 s He was also named The Lust Killer and he gruesomely killed young women and mutilated their bodies He was actively killing women along the Oregon coastal towns such as Salem There were five bridges over the Long Tom River from which he would toss the mangled bodies Author Jack Rosewood gives a great authentic account of this criminal including quotes from tho [...]

    9. Love reading RosewoodI ve read many of Jack Rosewoods books and like the others, this one did not disappoint Jerry Brudos was a sinister lust killer and this story conveys that fact in depth I do wish photos were included in these ebooks, but that s my only complaint I like that there are bonus items in many of his books too Thanks for a good read, JR can t wait for the next

    10. If you dont like gory gross stories of how people were murdered , dont read this book You never would believe some of the things serial killers did to their victims This describes two of them Also why they do what they do and things to look for that serial killers do Seems lots of them had been sexually and emotional abused, unwanted, rough meaningless lives They have no empathy what so ever.

    11. An interesting but disturbing read An interesting but disturbing read The way this is wrote makes you part of the story and you can feel the fear that those four poor girls must ve experienced, especially the two whose deaths this evil man prolonged I would recommend this book to those of you have a morbid interest in lust killers.

    12. This was a very thorough but quick read, the author knew what he was talking about and got to the point in just the right amount of detail.

    13. Good, butRepetitive, sharing the same fact again often in the following sentence Informative, organized book that just needs some editorial housekeeping.

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