|Coral Watts, The Sunday Morning Slasher||Convicted of 12; Suspected in 100||Male||Black||USA||Territorial||Sadistic||1953/11/07 (Killeen, Texas, USA)||2007/09/21 (Jackson, Michigan, USA; Prostate cancer)|
|Evil Eyes||Corey Mitchell||Amazon|
|Cold Case Files: The Sunday Morning Slasher (Episode 5x07)||Brian Combs Review|
Carl “Coral” Watts is suspected of having killed more than 100 women. He obtained immunity for murder in exchange for giving full details and pleading guilty to lesser crimes. He died in prison of prostate cancer in 2007.
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Right after Friday’s show on Alexander Pichushkin, Mrs. SK Podcast and I watched an episode of Cold Case Files on Coral Watts, the Sunday Morning Slasher. Watts was convicted of sexual assault in the Detroit area in 1969 as a minor. He spent a few months in a mental health…Continue reading...
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Genene Jones was a nurse from the San Antonio area in the 1970’s. Wanting to be seen as a hero, she would inject infants with heparin or succinylchlorine to make them sick. She would then revive the infant and be proclaimed a savior. Usually. Sometimes it didn’t work out so…Continue reading...
Law Enforcement, Podcast Episodes, Psychology, Serial Killers by Brian Combs | No Comments
Ronald M. Holmes and James Deburger developed a system for categorizing serial murderers in 1998. Stephan T. Holmes joined them in developing later versions. The system is now referred to as the Holmes Typology. It was based upon the analysis of case material and interviews from 110 serial murders. Their…Continue reading...