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From R. Barri Flowers, award-winning criminologist and international best-selling author of the true crime classic The Sex Slave Murders, comes a gripping new true crime short, "Terror in East Lansing: The Tale of MSU Serial Killer Donald Miller". In the late 1970s, a serial killer prowled the campus of Michigan State University, terrorizing students and faculty alike. Donald Miller was a graduate of MSU's renowned School of Criminal Justice, but somehow went awry and turned into a monster, targeting pretty coeds for sexual assault and murder. Miller's victims included his ex-fiancée. Only after the killer was brought to justice could the campus return to normal, as a place for education and enjoyment. Donald Miller's path from promising criminal justice grad to deadly criminal is chronicled in this riveting short.

Included is a complete second story, "The Midwest Murders". This is the shocking tale of serial killer couple Alton Coleman and Debra Denise Brown, who went on a killing spree across four Midwestern states during the summer of 1984, showing no mercy to those in their murderous path.

Bonus material includes excerpts from R. Barri Flowers' best-selling true crime book, The Sex Slave Murders: The True Story of Serial Killers Gerald & Charlene Gallego, and top-selling true crime shorts "The Sex Slave Murders 3: The Horrific Tale of Serial Killers Leonard Lake & Charles Ng" and "The Amityville Massacre: The DeFeo Family's Nightmare".

©2012 R. Barri Flowers (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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Not a lot of detail

This is a very surface level dive into the story. The reading kind of feels like being talked to by a wax figure in the hall of presidents. Not very engaging.

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Fairly monotone

Narration was clear but monotonous, but let down by a story that just moves through high level overview. Left very underwhelmed.