Susan D. Mustafa Sue Israel
- Title: Dismembered
- Author: Susan D. Mustafa Sue Israel
- ISBN: 9780786023615
- Page: 434
- Format: Paperback
Includes Killer s Gruesome Confession She had beautiful legs I wanted to keep those legs One by one, investigators found the women s bodies Each one carefully posed Each one brutally mutilated An arm here A leg there A breast, nipples, a tattoo The killer was cutting his victims to pieces At that point, I pretty much went for the head For ten years in BatIncludes Killer s Gruesome Confession She had beautiful legs I wanted to keep those legs One by one, investigators found the women s bodies Each one carefully posed Each one brutally mutilated An arm here A leg there A breast, nipples, a tattoo The killer was cutting his victims to pieces At that point, I pretty much went for the head For ten years in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the killings went on Women of slight stature were hunted down, bludgeoned and strangled And what the killer did with their bodies in the privacy of his car, his home, his kitchen, and his shower was beyond anything police could imagine I was pure evil When investigators finally caught mild mannered, Star Trek fan Sean Vincent Gillis, he couldn t wait to tell his story In the presence of shocked veteran detectives, Sean told them every detail of his killings, everything he did with the bodies And he smiled the whole time.Includes 16 pages of shocking photographsWarning Contains Graphic Details
Recent Comments "Dismembered"
I am still reading it and it is good so far. Well written but I am so shocked. A woman's body is found. She died and is one of the few that was not dismembered by this serial killer but then she's got dismembered by the Lousiana coroner! When they cannot identify bodies they just cut of the head and sent it of to LFU for research purpose. WTF!!! Not that long later (a few months) her family was told she was murdered and had to bury her headless corpse. Crazy!Update January 31 2011.Finished it du [...]
For ten years in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the killings went on. Women of slight stature were hunted down, bludgeoned and strangled. And what the killer did with their bodies in the privacy of his car, his home, his kitchen, and his shower-was beyond anything police could imagine. In 1992 Hurricane Andrew devastated southern Florida and the Gulf Coast area of Louisiana. About the same time, women in Baton Rouge and the surrounding area were being stalked by a killer as vicious as Andrew. What many [...]
I couldn't decide between 4 and 5 stars for this book, but ultimately, I decided it is worth 5. It's well written and extremely detailed in Sean Vincent Gillis's life, crimes, and his trial. The book also tells about the lives of his victims. Anyone that lives in south Louisiana will be thoroughly terrified after reading this book and realizing how many serial killers were operating in Baton Rouge at the same time. The authors also touch on details of those killers as well as other well-known cr [...]
Absolutely chilling, not only because of the grisly nature of the crimes but because of the stone-cold idiocy of the expert testimony. I truly hope the court proceedings were misreported; even the prosecutors were making like Yogi Berra up there, if this book can be believed. Be sure to read the author's note at the end, people -- it's almost as chilling as the whole rest of the book put together.
It's incredibly disturbing how a fellow Star Trek fan who blended in at conventions was a serial killer capable of such horrible mutilation on females in the Baton Rouge area. It goes to show you that you never can tell who could harm you and it's best to always be careful. It is wonderful that he was caught through forensic science, but seriously creepy that he was so willing to talk about his crimes to the Baton Rouge Police.
A gruesome account of one man's double life and sick crime spree. This book is not for the faint of heart, it is graphic. If it were a fiction book I would not have liked it as I would have thought the author mad, but unfortunately it is a true account of a horrific series of events. It is well written and tells an interesting story and removes judgement. the court accounts take up most of the second half of the book and can get bogged down and boring for a bit of time, but overall a very good b [...]
A pretty thorough treatment of a really yucky serial killer, not the best I've read but far from the worst. The courtroom coverage is a bit long, but well worth the read. The author does give a lot of insights that a layperson would probably miss and treats the families, lawyers, and judge fairly in this account. Taken as a whole, it's a compassionate look at people who were affected by this murderer, the victims, their families, and his own family.
Very interestinge life of one of many serial killers. I have not really read a lot about any one in particular but this book really opened up my eyes to what is out there. One really disturbing factor about the book is that these murders happened within an hour drive of where I live. The author really went in to great detail about the killings of each woman and how the killer thought and acted. Great, easy read!
Very disturbing book. Can't believe it took so long to find him. The first half of the book was about what he did and the second half of the book was his trial. I could have done without the whole trial, maybe just highlights of it would have been better. I skimmed the last half of the book because I was a little bored of it.
Wow, this is a true story of a pure killer who just liked doing it. Pretty scary stuff. Even more frightening is all the serial killers operating in the Baton Rouge area. This guy describes it all too so there is very little left to the imagination other than how he could possibly do all that horrifying stuff.
The story about him and his crimes was good but the trial was the last half of the book which is quite boring to read. The pictures claim to be "SHOCKING" but they r just portraits of victims. Sooooo misleading.
The first half was interesting. The last half covered the entire trial. Felt like I was reading transcripts. I don't think Justice was served in this case since the Jury was not shown the entire picture.
Really sick guy. One true crime book that makes me feel uneasy. I believe in death penalty, its a shame that this sick fellow didnt get it. The whole religious streak he has during the trial is just an act. The whole insanity whatnot, is just a ruse.
A thorough and well-researched account of the Gillis murders and trial, helping me to understand why he was not given the death penalty. The legal aspects were fascinating as were the details of the murders, far more disturbing than was reported in the local press at the time.
OMG this book is not for the faint of heart. The details are overloading. Tells the story of a killer from childhood to trial. Amazing read and even has pictures. Read if you dare!
Definitely not for the faint of heart. One of the best true crimes books that I've read recently.
Scary as hell because it happened here.
Dismembered was really hard for me to read. You have to have a really strong stomach to get through this one. Will definitely be reading more from Susan Mustafa!!
Okay if you like true crime.
This book is pretty graphic. It was an interesting read! I would put this in my top ten of seriel killer reads.
Excellent book! Wow! Very well written with very in-depth detail that was very graphic. Such a sick person, but a fascinating read!!
How can we prevent this? I really don't think there were any significant tell-tale signs in this case. Do we have to suspect the worst when our partner's car smell bad? This is the scariest.
Didn't finish it gruesomeUGH
I knew his mother. What a sweet lady. I'm still processing how horrible this was.
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