The Depraved Ways of Anthony Arkwright and the Society Murder of Dr George Parkman - Bloody Murder: A True Crime Podcast
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Anthony Arkwright’s goal in life was to become famous. Devoid of any skill or talent he believed the best way to do so was to go on a killing spree – like his idol Jack the Ripper. In the summer of 1988, in a 56 hour period, Arkwright killed four people in heinously depraved ways.
When John White Webster murdered Dr. George Parkman in November 1849, the salacious act was a media sensation. This was a sordid tale of heinous deeds by low people in high places which also gave birth to the science of forensics and gifted the American legal system with the term “Beyond Reasonable Doubt”.
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