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The brutally graphic memoirs of one of America's most notorious and urepentant murderers who killed 21 people and committed thousands of burglaries and numerous acts of vioence and sexual abuse. Born in 1891 in Minnesota, he died on the gallows in 1930 after having spent a large portion of his life within the penitentiary system. Includes 22 b/w illustrations. 'I enjoyed the real hell out of it. Panzram is one of those people who doesn't exist in your mind until you come across him in life or as here, in a book, and then he never leaves you' -Norman Mailer
"I enjoyed the real hell out of it. Panzram is one of those people who don't exist in your mind until you come across him in life or as here, in a book, and then he never leaves it." - Norman Mailer; "I carried away a vivid image of this...very ugly, but obviously thoughtful individual faced with the problem of evil in himself and in the rest of us." - Dr. Karl Menninger
ISBN: 9781878923141 ISBN-10: 1878923145 Series: Journal of Murder Audience:
Number Of Pages: 312 Published: 1st October 2002 Publisher: Amok Books,U.S. Country of Publication: US Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.88
Weight (kg): 0.52