Nicolas Claux was a blood-drinking, cannibalistic hospital worker whose hobbies included desecrating graves and worshipping Satan. Nicknamed “The Vampire of Paris,” this death-obsessed ghoul decided to kill someone, because…well it fit his image.
Chow Hayes was a violent, sadistic standover man, and murderer. In 1930, Chow became the first Australian criminal to be described by police as a “gangster”. He would graduate from child thug to celebrity criminal by the age of 23 and wreaked havoc on the streets of Sydney for over five decades.
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Thanks to Gary Smith for supplying this weeks True Crime Nerd Time. It’s a review of the film “The Interview“.
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