Satanic Killings (Annotated)


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When Satanism first began to penetrate popular culture in the sixties, through the lyrics of The Beatles and The Stones, it was intended as a harmless rebellion against conventional society. Yet, inevitably, this encouraged more radical extremes to follow, with Black and Death Metal bands becoming wide spread over the seventies. For some individuals the implications of the music were not enough. An underground cult movement began to emerge across the United Sates and Europe. A haven for the loners, rejects and social ...

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May 13, 2011


This is an English book, published in England by an English author. His style is, therefore, perfectly British. This means that his forensic descriptions are more detailed than those found in American True-Crime paperbacks.
But I am serious. Moorhouse reviews each case with a hint of psychiatric understanding. He does not believe that Satan -as such- exists, however.
"Satanic Killings" contains details not found in other similar books. No one can enter a Satanic cult and then write about it. Besides, a good satanist NEVER leaves incriminating evidence behind to be stupidly tracked down. And then, Satanic cults work mostly in an occult, magical, significant manner. This can never be sold out. The book is good, exciting, very dark, and written by a journalist, not a cop.

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