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a. - Lieutenant
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TRUTH OR CRAP ??
During the World's Fair of 1893 a serial killer was at work, using the draw
of the Fair to ensnare his victims.
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Herman Webster Mudgett (May 16, 1861 May 7, 1896), better known as Dr.
Henry Howard Holmes or more commonly known as H. H. Holmes, was an American
serial killer, though the term did not yet exist .
While he confessed to 27 murders, only nine could be plausibly confirmed and
several of the people whom he claimed to have murdered were still alive. He
is commonly said to have killed as many as 200, though this figure is only
traceable to 1940s pulp magazines. Many victims were said to have been
killed in a mixed-use building which he owned, located about 3 miles (5 km)
west of the 1893 World's Fair: Columbian Exposition, supposedly called the
World's Fair Hotel, though evidence suggests that the hotel portion was
never truly open for business.
Besides being a serial killer, Holmes was also a con artist and a bigamist,
the subject of more than 50 lawsuits in Chicago alone. Many now-common
stories of his crimes sprang from fictional accounts that later authors took
for fact; however, in a 2017 biography, Adam Selzer wrote that Holmes' story
is "effectively a new American tall tale and, like all the best tall
tales, it sprang from a kernel of truth".
H. H. Holmes was executed on May 7, 1896, nine days before his 35th
birthday, for the murder of his friend and accomplice Benjamin Pitezel.
During his trial for the murder of Pitezel, Holmes confessed to numerous
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