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Henry Lee Lucas was born in a one room log cabin in Blacksburg, Virginia, the youngest of nine children to Viola Dixon Waugh and Anderson Lucas His alcoholic prostitute mother often beat him and dressed him up in girl s clothing and made him watch her service her johns while his crippled father watched on helplessly Ottis Toole, born at the bottom of the gene pool, retarded and illiterate, had been out of control since early childhood A severely drug dependent individual as well as an arsonist and cannibal, he was unsafe under any conditions outside of a secure prison, and perhaps unsafe there To him, life itself was so unmeaning, and the distinction between living and dead people so blurred, that killing another human being was no than swatting an annoying fly Alone and with Lucas, this killer drag queen restlessly roved all over this country robbing, raping, burning and killing, attacking America like an epidemic plague than a human being Based on actual real life interviews, court transcripts and eye witness accounts, HENRY AN AMERICAN MONSTER is an unflinching look into the mind of one of the most vicious serial killers in American history, whom, along with his schizophrenic, psychopathic, murderous sidekick Ottis Toole, cruised the highways and byways of the American South, slaughtering innocent victims in the name of an underground society known as The Hand of Death....

Title : Henry: an American Monster
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ISBN : 1505663369
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform January 21, 2015
Number of Pages : 126 pages
File Size : 684 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Henry: an American Monster Reviews

  • Don Coleman
    2018-11-19 07:24

    This "book" is just an attempt at a screenplay. Not very well written. I hope that some of this is based on fact or actual interviews with Lucas but who knows.

  • soundofair
    2018-12-08 02:26

    Poorly written, largely fictional.

  • paula
    2018-11-27 08:07

    This book is frightening and very graphic. I know it's true. Over the years, on the news, I have heard several horrific things these men have done. Referring to Henry and Ottis Toole. It's hard to believe, or you just don't want to believe. There are people in this world that do such horrible things. Be prepared this book is Very Graphic and creepy. It was a little much for me.

  • Enya Farmer
    2018-11-10 05:27

    Frightening, Scary and graphic. You really step into the mind of Henry. Its crazy.