Houston Mass Murders - 1973 | Book
A True Crime Narrative | Dean Corll | Elmer Wayne Henley, Jr.
Step inside a gripping, real-life crime story that changed the city of Houston forever. The HoustonMass Murders – 1973, by crime writer, Barbara Gibson, delves into the minds of three notorious killers – Dean Corll, Elmer Wayne Henley, Jr., and David Brooks – who, between 1970 and 1973, lured twenty-seven unsuspecting teenage boys into a deadly trap. Gibson's book takes an unflinching look at the horrific events of 1973 and brings to life the heart-wrenching personal stories of the victims, their families and the perpetrators, through a narrative that is both powerful and haunting. Prepare to be both provoked and intrigued as you experience the Houston Mass Murders through the eyes of those who lived the horror.