Houston mass murders. 1973 HOUSTON MASS MURDERS (DEAN CORLL): VINTAGE NEWS FOOTAGE 2019-01-23

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Dean Corll and 'The Candy Man' Murders

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And they needed relief; the two trusties were haggard, soaked with sweat from their labors and physically exhausted. Corll promised Brooks a car in return for his silence and he accepted the offer. Only fifteen, Rhonda was extremely well-endowed and could pass herself off as older. The first I remember was at 6363 San Felipe. As Corn's momentum carried him into Henley, the teen-ager deftly side-stepped. Without a real home, tack- ing the ties a young man needed to get his feet iirm r ly on the ground. Yes, the stack of files contained names of missing boys who might have been buried in the stall.

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Houston Mass Murders : Wikis (The Full Wiki)

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Siebeneicher found a tire iron and forced the lock, broke the hasp and got the doors open. Chandler was divorced from Brooks' father in 1961. Arrangements had to be made for Mullican 's search for bodies at Lake Sam Rayburn. Evidence of Other Victims A partial Polaroid possibly showing another unidentified victim of Corll. Wayne and David were the proto- types of the boys he fancied— but he had wearied of them. There were peaks and valleys in their friendship.

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Houston Mass Murders

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He loved kids and he would drive over in his white van with a black couch in the back and a dozen kids would pile into the back and he would take them for rides. Dorothy Hilligiest agreed, finally, and called Channel 1 1. He asked for Lieutenant Porter, veteran day supervisor of the Houston homicide division. Male madams know they could never survive by dealing in street hustlers. Both youths pleaded not guilty to the charges against them. Simply send 25c plus the retail price of the book and write Belmont Tower Books, 185 Madison Avenue, New York, New York 10016. Houston Mayor indicates the suspect in the shooting is down.

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Full text of Of Horror: Mass Murder in

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After completing his painstaking inspection of the Corll house, Mullican returned to the police station where Henley and his companions had been fed; Kerley and Rhonda were turned over to juvenile authorities. Dean laughed a lot and appeared to brim over with fun and good cheer. It is bounded by five counties, though the major portion of the shoreline is in Angelina and San Augus- tine Counties. Mature, prac- tical rethinking is imperative. But his story about the shooting of Dean Corll never changed except for a comment that he thought Corll was going mad.

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Houston Mass Murders Digging for the Truth

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Thompson believe that Corll committed the crimes? The assembled jury also heard the testimony of a youth named Billy Ridinger, who had been abducted by Corll, Henley and Brooks in 1972 and who testified as to his torture and abuse at the hands of the trio. Older gang leaders, some trained in killing in Vietnam, are forcing youths to join gangs. They dressed — and then collapsed from the strain of the incredible experience they had just survived. Struggling to sustain herself with some sort of ra- tionale, Mrs. Within minutes Cato had sped down Hiram Clark, Allum Road, Player Road and up Silver Bell to the stall. Henley's mother—who worked as a cashier at a parking lot —retained custody of her four sons.

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It is likely, though not conclusive, that this victim was killed in the summer of 1972, meaning a gap of almost six months between the dates Corll is known to have killed. Sure, Dean was nice, to kids — like , everyone else. After one hour of deliberation they reached their conclusion: Henley was found guilty and sentenced to six consecutive 99-year terms of imprisonment. It really upset Dean to have to kill this boy because he really liked him. He'd let them in nights to play penny ante or pool. The revolt of youth has been complete and total. Failing that, she can always get work as a waitress.

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Some- one, rather, to be pitied. Police found a further nine bodies in the boatshed on August 9. He puzzled over the strange array of items he had listed in his report. Corll would drive them to his house with promises of alcohol or drugs, and once there, they would be stripped naked and tied to a plywood torture board in Corll's bedroom. The beige wall-to-wall carpeting was covered by a sheet of clear plastic. Its six chambers held no live bullets, only empty hulls. Had he become caught up in the passions of the moment as he had in previous orgy murders he might conceivably have carried out his promise to Corll of helping in the murder of the young people.

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Dean Corll vesves the Houston Mass Murders.

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Between March and May, Corll abducted and killed three more victims with Brooks' help. However, there are no known murders attributed to Corll between February and June 1973, and no bodies were searched in Galveston. There had been hundreds of radio and television bulletins on the findings in the floor of the boatshed. It's natural to cling to the only parent you've got. I am making this state- ment of my own free will and have not prom- ised anything. Jachimc- zyk explained that the usual work load of his labora- tory continued and could not be neglected.

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Houston Mass Murders Digging for the Truth

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Not a member of the team ever thought of shirk- ing on the job and the Examiner's telephone opera- tors deserved medals for their incredibly difficult Job of handling the hysterical calls from distraught parents. However, the mass murderer of the record book may have been Herbert Webster Mudgett, known as 34 35 H. Its problems are substantially the same as those { of other cities, but of greater magnitude. It is the kind of place where children grow up to be waitresses or filling station attendants, serving the people who work in the air-conditioned offices down- town. Henley is currently incarcerated at the Mark W.

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Elmer Wayne Henley

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As Officer Jamison got out, Henley handed him She pistol. Neel and McBride reached for their maps to decide how to handle the search. She once worked in a candy factory and remem- bered when Dean Corll was the foreman there. Wayne had dropped out of high school in the ninth grade to help support his mother. Henley calmed Corll, and the older man eventually put down the gun and released him.

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