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The Vampire Killer: A Journey into the Mind of Tracey Wigginton

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When police found the body of Edward Baldock by the shores of the Brisbane River, he had been so savagely murdered his head was nearly severed. And there were strange marks on his neck. There seemed no reason for this horrific crime, but as they searched the scene the police found a bank keycard tucked neatly into the victim's shoe. The card was soon identified as belonging to Tracey Avril Wigginton. In one of the most sensational and bizarre cases in Australia's criminal history, Tracey Wigginton's three female companions that night told the police that Baldock was killed 'to feed Tracey's blood-lust' because she was a 'vampire'. Was Tracey Wigginton the first vampire for over 300 years Or was there a deeper, darker reason for her crime Why was it that during police interviews it was clear that one part of Tracey knew what happened but another didn't The Vampire Killer unravels the tragic and at times horrifying true story of Tracey Wigginton and her desperate cry for help.
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Product Details

ISBN
9781447586210
Publisher
Ron Hicks
Published
February 10, 2013
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
2.52 MB

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