Early Life. Infamous con artist and serial killer H.H. Holmes was born Herman Webster Mudgett on May 16, 1861, in Gilmanton, New Hampshire. Sometimes referred as the "Beast of Chicago," H.H. Holmes killed many of the city's inhabitants in his specially constructed home...
It is said that at an early age he was fascinated with skeletons and soon became obsessed with death. It may have been this interest that led him to pursue medicine.
Besides being a serial killer, H. H. Holmes was also a successful con artist and a bigamist. Contents. 1 Early life. 2 Illinois and the "Murder Castle".
Early Life. Infamous con artist and serial killer H.H. Holmes was born Herman Webster Mudgett on May 16, 1861, in Gilmanton, New Hampshire.
The pair will bring Holmes back to life in a film version of Erik Larson‘s 2003 book on the killer, The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair That
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Hotel Holmes will illuminate the disturbing story of America’s first serial murderer, H.H. Holmes. After making a killing at The 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago, Holmes escaped arrest and fled to Irvington, Indiana to begin creating new lairs of torture. This Holmes’ inspired haunted house allows guests to...
But to this day, because of the nature in which he disposed of the bodies and his wildly inconsistent stories and confessions, much of the facts about his life
Last week we reported on how the setting for AMERICAN HORROR STORY: HOTEL was based on the real life Hotel Cecil in Los Angeles.