The novel opens in 1968 with the sentence, “He liked to kill the young men first.” (What a hook, huh?) You see, the “Zodiac” in the book's title refers to the Zodiac Killer, a still-unidentified serial murderer who operated in Northern California in ...View Complete Story
That, in any case, is the strong suspicion of Portland historian Phil Stanford, who delved into the notorious 1960 double murder of sweethearts Larry Peyton and Beverly Allan to write the definitive book on the case. What Stanford found was that a ...View Complete Story
Incredibly, in these pages you'll learn how the Patty Hearst kidnapping, a Central Intelligence Agency-financed remote viewing project, the Zodiac killings, the barbaric Stanford Prison experiment and widespread cybernetic mind control programs can all ...
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As Clay and Blair, McCarthy and Gertz's romance is pretty flat, and Clay's bisexuality is written entirely out, as are the novel's scenes involving snuff films and child rape. The book's ambiguity is tossed out in favor of a pat after-school special ...View Complete Story