Episode 51 - The Horror House of H. H. Holmes
In the mid 1890s, the nation would become fascinated with a man who would go on to be known as America's first serial killer. Though the exploits of a certain Jack the Ripper had recently become known throughout the world due to the graphic and horrific displaying of his victims, much of the shock stemming from the crimes of H. H. Holmes was due in part to the secrecy in which he carried out the terrible acts of murder. And, when Chicago police raided his home after his arrest in 1895, the rest of the world would soon forget about the Whitechapel Murder and focus their attention on the Horror House of H. H. Holmes. Join Chris and Johnny as they welcome Abnormal Times co-host Brandon Fuller to the round table discussion on this episode of History Creeps!
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