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Publisher's Summary

Will you be the same after experiencing the mind of a murderous killer? What will happen to your world view and your thought process after learning the WHY behind each horrific act?

The disturbing nature of these stories often makes you question everything you thought or believed about humanity. Yet they are engaging and fascinating at the same time.

We all had wicked thoughts throughout our lives. What is it that makes us different from those who act upon it? Is it that they have a stronger "why"? Were they born evil? These are all valid questions, and the stories in this five-volume series will help dig into the elements and psychology behind these murderous minds.

Each of the 30 stories invites you to walk along with the murderers as they hunted, calculated, and devised sadistic plans to take lives and walk away scot-free.

Inside the chapters of this collection, you will meet:

  • Sante Kimes, a 65-year-old mother whose insatiable greed pushed to her to commit heinous crimes with her son by her side
  • Ronald Gene Simmons, a murderer who slaughtered 16 family members, including his daughter
  • Tsutomu Miyazaki, a monster whose depravity knew no end
  • Teenagers, who believed the impossible and weaponized it
  • Unnerving tales of victims who never realized how much danger they were in until it was too late
  • And so many more terrifying tales of the world’s most sadistic killers, cannibals, masters of manipulation, and mind-bending psychotics who roamed our streets, worked in the next cubicle and, quite possibly lived next door.

So, will you be the same after listening to these stories? There is only one way to find out. Get your copy of Murderous Minds: 30 Stories of Real-Life Murderers that Escaped the Headlines today!

©2020 Sea Vision Publishing, LLC (P)2020 Sea Vision Publishing, LLC

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so many things wrong

narrator sounded like he was smiling the whole time and his reading was so hard to follow, constantly things were said that no one could possibly know- like what went through the murder victims minds as they were dying, i feel it was badly written.

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no no no

Not to my liking, definitely not what I thought it would be. Thought i was getting something alone the lines of the Sirius Red Collar podcasts but it's not.

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Good story HORRIBLE NARRATOR

I love true crime and the stories were pretty good. Some I have heard before, some I have not. I will NEVER and I mean NEVER buy anything else that is narrated by Chris Clyne! Think horrible reporter and some guy trying to make the story sound happy. HORRIBLE!

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meh.

I listened to most of this series. I found the narrator to be bland, and several times duplicate sentences existed from different recording takes. detail is very uneven between cases, with some being broad strokes while others hyper detailed. unlike other similar series, this collection felt cobbled and unrefined.

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  • Malin
  • 09-22-21

Worst reader I've heard

this would be better if they had considered another reader, or maybe editing. A lot of repeated lines when it seems like he messes up. very boring voice.
edit: volume 4 chapter 1 is almost unlistenable. I think he has done 4 mistakes in 5 minutes, where he repeated the lines 1-2 times

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  • Clare
  • 10-19-20

Stopped after the first 2 chapters

Voice was not suitable for long listening.
Felt robotic, uncaring and after the first few chapters I couldn't bare to listen anymore.
Stories/recounts were either fact by fact or outright made up rubbish...

Don't waste your money or credits like I did :(