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Episode 62: The Bloody: The Brooklyn Vampire

Listeners, by the title of today’s episode you may be thinking we’re going to talk about a mythical creature, something from legend. However, this monster is one you’re going to wish was a fictional character, because the acts he committed we’re and remain to be, vile and atrocious, and is truly the definition of a nightmare. Today’s episode is The Brooklyn Vampire, A.K.A, The Moon Maniac, The Werewolf of Wisteria, The Gray Man, and Albert Fish. Contents of today’s are gruesome and disturbing; listener discretion is advised.


St. John's Home for Boys Orphange

Albert Fish: The Terrifying True Story Of The Brooklyn Vampire (allthatsinteresting.com)

Albert Fish Mugshot

Albert Fish: The Terrifying True Story Of The Brooklyn Vampire (allthatsinteresting.com)

Another Mugshot Likely Shortly Before Execution

Albert Fish: The Terrifying True Story Of The Brooklyn Vampire (allthatsinteresting.com)

Pins & Needles in Pelvis

Albert Fish: The Terrifying True Story Of The Brooklyn Vampire (allthatsinteresting.com)

Grace Budd Missing Pamphlet

Albert Fish: The Terrifying True Story Of The Brooklyn Vampire (allthatsinteresting.com)

Farmhouse Upstate Where Grace Was Murdered

Albert Fish: The Terrifying True Story Of The Brooklyn Vampire (allthatsinteresting.com)

Albert Fish in the Electric Chair For Execution at Sing Sing

Albert Fish: The Terrifying True Story Of The Brooklyn Vampire (allthatsinteresting.com)



Episode Sources: Albert Fish: The Terrifying True Story Of The Brooklyn Vampire (allthatsinteresting.com) “Moon Maniac” killer is executed - HISTORY Albert Fish - Wikipedia Biography of Albert Fish, Notorious Child Serial Killer (thoughtco.com) Albert Fish | Murderpedia, the encyclopedia of murderers Albert Fish: The story of the heartless cannibal child killer – Film Daily Most Disturbing Things Albert Fish Did to His Victims (And Himself) (ranker.com) Albert Fish Biography – Facts, Childhood, Family Life, Crimes (thefamouspeople.com)


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