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22 Shocking True Crime Cases of Kids Who Kill, including; Kip Kinkel: Voted by his classmates, the “Most Likely to Start World War III,” Kinkel was a crime just waiting to happen. Add guns to the mix and you have a massacre.Eric Smith: The brutal murder of a young boy shocks a small community in upstate New York. No one could have guessed that the killer was just 13 years 22 Shocking True Crime Cases of Kids Who Kill, including; Kip Kinkel: Voted by his classmates, the “Most Likely to Start World War III,” Kinkel was a crime just waiting to happen. Add guns to the mix and you have a massacre.Eric Smith: The brutal murder of a young boy shocks a small community in upstate New York. No one could have guessed that the killer was just 13 years old.Barry Loukaitis: The tragic tale of a bullied child, an unstable mother, and a shooting spree that destroyed three young lives.Cayetano Santos Godino: Known as the “Jug-eared Dwarf,” Godino was a juvenile serial killer who terrorized Buenos Aires, Argentina during the early 1900s.Dedrick Owens: A cold-blooded murder committed by a killer who, shockingly, was just six years old.Sam Manzie: A problem child from an early age, Manzie eventually devolved to murder when he lured, raped and strangled an 11-year-old boy.Joshua Phillips: A horrific sex crime with an unlikely perpetrator, the most popular kid on the block.Jesse Pomeroy: A malevolent youngster who killed at least two children and tortured many others, Pomeroy might just be America’s youngest serial killer. ˃˃˃˃˃˃˃˃˃ Plus 14 more horrific true murder cases. Scroll up to grab a copy of Killer Kids Volume 1. Book Series by Robert Keller Most of my works cover serial killers, while the “Murder Most Vile” series covers individual true crime stories. These are the main collections; American Monsters 50 American Serial Killers You’ve Probably Never Heard Of Murder Most Vile Human Monsters British Monsters Australian Monsters Canadian Monsters German Monsters Cannibal Killers Plus various other standalone books, including the The Deadly Dozen, which is available as a free download on Amazon, and Serial Killers Unsolved, which you can get for free when signing up to my mailing list. Robert Keller’s True Crime eBook Categories: Serial Killers True Crime Serial Killer Biographies Murder and Mayhem True Murder Cases Serial Killer Case Files True Crime Short Stories


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22 Shocking True Crime Cases of Kids Who Kill, including; Kip Kinkel: Voted by his classmates, the “Most Likely to Start World War III,” Kinkel was a crime just waiting to happen. Add guns to the mix and you have a massacre.Eric Smith: The brutal murder of a young boy shocks a small community in upstate New York. No one could have guessed that the killer was just 13 years 22 Shocking True Crime Cases of Kids Who Kill, including; Kip Kinkel: Voted by his classmates, the “Most Likely to Start World War III,” Kinkel was a crime just waiting to happen. Add guns to the mix and you have a massacre.Eric Smith: The brutal murder of a young boy shocks a small community in upstate New York. No one could have guessed that the killer was just 13 years old.Barry Loukaitis: The tragic tale of a bullied child, an unstable mother, and a shooting spree that destroyed three young lives.Cayetano Santos Godino: Known as the “Jug-eared Dwarf,” Godino was a juvenile serial killer who terrorized Buenos Aires, Argentina during the early 1900s.Dedrick Owens: A cold-blooded murder committed by a killer who, shockingly, was just six years old.Sam Manzie: A problem child from an early age, Manzie eventually devolved to murder when he lured, raped and strangled an 11-year-old boy.Joshua Phillips: A horrific sex crime with an unlikely perpetrator, the most popular kid on the block.Jesse Pomeroy: A malevolent youngster who killed at least two children and tortured many others, Pomeroy might just be America’s youngest serial killer. ˃˃˃˃˃˃˃˃˃ Plus 14 more horrific true murder cases. Scroll up to grab a copy of Killer Kids Volume 1. Book Series by Robert Keller Most of my works cover serial killers, while the “Murder Most Vile” series covers individual true crime stories. These are the main collections; American Monsters 50 American Serial Killers You’ve Probably Never Heard Of Murder Most Vile Human Monsters British Monsters Australian Monsters Canadian Monsters German Monsters Cannibal Killers Plus various other standalone books, including the The Deadly Dozen, which is available as a free download on Amazon, and Serial Killers Unsolved, which you can get for free when signing up to my mailing list. Robert Keller’s True Crime eBook Categories: Serial Killers True Crime Serial Killer Biographies Murder and Mayhem True Murder Cases Serial Killer Case Files True Crime Short Stories

30 review for Killer Kids Volume 1: 22 Shocking True Crime Cases of Kids Who Kill

  1. 4 out of 5

    L J Field

    By my count, this is Robert Keller’s 71st True Crime book. Each of these books relates the facts involved in the history of from twelve to twenty-two killers, mass murderers or serial killers. You would think he would run out of stories, but here Keller describes the actions of twenty-two children who killed, mostly in heinous fashion. Most of these mad kids are our contemporaries, but a few go back in time to the infamous Jesse Pomeroy crimes in the 1870s. This is mesmerizing reading. One would By my count, this is Robert Keller’s 71st True Crime book. Each of these books relates the facts involved in the history of from twelve to twenty-two killers, mass murderers or serial killers. You would think he would run out of stories, but here Keller describes the actions of twenty-two children who killed, mostly in heinous fashion. Most of these mad kids are our contemporaries, but a few go back in time to the infamous Jesse Pomeroy crimes in the 1870s. This is mesmerizing reading. One would think that the children themselves had been brutalized in their upbringing, making them the monsters they were soon to become — but that is not necessarily the case. While a very few in this collection had a traumatized childhood, most seem to have come from average and loving homes. There are seemingly no explanations for the mental madness that ensued. It leads one to put stock in the “Bad Seed” theory. Once started, this book is hard to put down. It is a chilling foray into the dark.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jennie

    Each specific story is quick, short, sweet, and to the point. Reads similar to a short newspaper article or a Wikipedia article. No complaints here. Easily finished in one sitting.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Deirdre

    In this book unfortunately boys as young as six years old were homicidal. Those that hadn't killed by that age were often displaying antisocial or weird behaviors. While others were being abused or harshly bullied based on their size or appearance. No one seemed to care enough to put an end to it. Some displayed they were beyond redemption by the time they reached their teens. Their crimes so heinous crime - adult sentencing seemed the only way to stop their behavior of victimizing other youth - In this book unfortunately boys as young as six years old were homicidal. Those that hadn't killed by that age were often displaying antisocial or weird behaviors. While others were being abused or harshly bullied based on their size or appearance. No one seemed to care enough to put an end to it. Some displayed they were beyond redemption by the time they reached their teens. Their crimes so heinous crime - adult sentencing seemed the only way to stop their behavior of victimizing other youth - children younger and smaller than themselves. For a few usually in the 19th century capital punishment was all that could be done to end the horror & misery they'd inflicted when murdering someone else's young child.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Beth Shuler

    More then I imagined First I must say this book was so much more then I imagined and expected! Mr. Keller once again had written a well informed and researched book! To be honest I expected it to be like a lot of other books about the same stories you read about over and over! But because it was written from this author I decided to at least try it. I am so glad I did! While there were a few ones I am very familiar with most of these I wasn't! And if I had heard about it I still learned something More then I imagined First I must say this book was so much more then I imagined and expected! Mr. Keller once again had written a well informed and researched book! To be honest I expected it to be like a lot of other books about the same stories you read about over and over! But because it was written from this author I decided to at least try it. I am so glad I did! While there were a few ones I am very familiar with most of these I wasn't! And if I had heard about it I still learned something I didn't know! So if you are thinking about this book, don't think any more! It's worth the money and so much more! I'm fact I will say if you are thinking about ANY of his books it's worth it!! You won't be disappointed!!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bettye McKee

    Shocking but true Do you know what your children are up to? These 22 shocking cases are about children who slaughtered and slashed, shot and strangled and bludgeoned their way to prison. Often their victims were younger children, small enough to overpower and control. These young killers for the most part lacked parental supervision and guidance, but a few of them appear to have just been bad seed, born to raise hell. One major problem is that the courts don't know what to do with them, so they are Shocking but true Do you know what your children are up to? These 22 shocking cases are about children who slaughtered and slashed, shot and strangled and bludgeoned their way to prison. Often their victims were younger children, small enough to overpower and control. These young killers for the most part lacked parental supervision and guidance, but a few of them appear to have just been bad seed, born to raise hell. One major problem is that the courts don't know what to do with them, so they are only incarcerated for a brief time. Then they are free to kill again. 5

  6. 5 out of 5

    Elisabeth Brookshire

    Pretty good If you want to read quick true crime anthologies may I suggest Keller's books as your choice. Well edited and consisting of many unknown stories these are much more satisfying than those of others. Pretty good If you want to read quick true crime anthologies may I suggest Keller's books as your choice. Well edited and consisting of many unknown stories these are much more satisfying than those of others.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Santoriello

    I have a true crime podcast (forihavesinnedpod.com) and we do a killer kids segment. Using these books for references. They don't give very much detail into the cases, but they're fine for what they are. I have a true crime podcast (forihavesinnedpod.com) and we do a killer kids segment. Using these books for references. They don't give very much detail into the cases, but they're fine for what they are.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Beckie Treble

    Shocking! A really interesting read. I hadn't heard of many of the subjects and was interesting to read of crimes that happened in the late 1800's and in countries other than America and the UK. Shocking! A really interesting read. I hadn't heard of many of the subjects and was interesting to read of crimes that happened in the late 1800's and in countries other than America and the UK.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kori ☾

    I wish this was more detailed. I found myself googling a bit more on certain cases. None the less for less than $5 this was a good read. Read about cases I never heard about, just wish there were more details.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Melinda Frazer

    Robert Keller does it again Robert Keller is my favourite author. Every story, I'm there, like a fly on the wall.. thanks for another great informative book Robert! Off to read Volume 2 Robert Keller does it again Robert Keller is my favourite author. Every story, I'm there, like a fly on the wall.. thanks for another great informative book Robert! Off to read Volume 2

  11. 5 out of 5

    cathy lynne smith

    Good quick read This book consists of chapters devoted entirely to one murderer at a time. That's great if you have short spurts of time in which to read. The writing was interesting and all seemed unbiased and just follows the true details of the crime. Good quick read This book consists of chapters devoted entirely to one murderer at a time. That's great if you have short spurts of time in which to read. The writing was interesting and all seemed unbiased and just follows the true details of the crime.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne

    I enjoyed each story that was told especially knowing they are true I would have enjoyed looking at some more pictures of the offenders and their victims. I could not put this book down.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany

    Page turner Definitely recommend if interested in crime etc, my wife finished it in 1 day. Plan on reading more by this author.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Dawn Peters

    Well done Very well written. Enough detail in each story without all of the fluff. Disturbing that kids can commit such heinous crimes.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Adaija Packnet

    It was a good true crime read Most of these cases I’ve already heard about through various true crime shows but it was still a good read overall

  16. 4 out of 5

    Veronica Hricik

    Fascinating Fantastic and informative.I couldn't put it down. I can't wait to read #2 in the series. You will love this boom! Fascinating Fantastic and informative.I couldn't put it down. I can't wait to read #2 in the series. You will love this boom!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tonia Stump

    Some of these stories were beyond belief! So sad that children could be so violent. Each episode very short, 4-5 pages, making it a fast, easy read.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    Interesting Read This was the most well written off Keller's books to date. It chronicles some of the youngest killers every caught. Interesting Read This was the most well written off Keller's books to date. It chronicles some of the youngest killers every caught.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Charlie

    Great read! A book containing short biographical and criminal histories of children who have been murderers/serial killers since about the 1850s. Well written.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Carol Mundie

    Some crimes in this book had heard of before some I had not love crime books and this is fairly short stories within it easy too read

  21. 4 out of 5

    jodie

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sophie Lang

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Jones

  24. 4 out of 5

    issabella saville

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kyle Cannon

  26. 4 out of 5

    Toni Flores

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Cayton

  28. 4 out of 5

    Joanne Harper

  29. 5 out of 5

    Katy Englebright

  30. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Phillips

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