Buried Secrets: A True Story of Serial Murder

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Buried Secrets: A True Story of Serial Murder

Buried Secrets: A True Story of Serial Murder

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Constanzo, a Cuban-American born in a family where their religion routinely sacrificed animals, was raised to believe he had special powers. So I'm pleased to announce the publication today of three of my earlier titles in eBook editions by Diversion Books.

For those not able to stomach the horrors that some "humans" can inflict on others - steer clear of this book. Buried Secrets begins with a young Constanzo being taught by his high-priestess mother and priest uncle the dark arts of Palo Mayombe. Adolfo de Jesus Constanzo mesmerized his followers, leaving a bloody trail that claimed at least 24 victims. He was a study in contradictions: profoundly superstitious yet well educated, savvy without being corrupt.Humes doesn’t go into graphic detail during the sacrifice sequences, but he does clearly state what happens. Hard to imagine such violence, so if you are in the least bit squeamish this book may not be for you. His slim, youthful, deceptively innocent appearance was out of step for a veteran of the crusty, backstabbing ranks of the Mexican federales.

It explained the climate of fear that allowed Adolfo to run his cult so successfully for so many years. At two in the morning on March 14, the four young men were walking, drunk and exhausted, back to the international bridge to Brownsville.Striving to understand this insular world, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Edward Humes spent a year at California’s Whitney High, a school so renowned that parents move across town and across the world hoping to enroll their children.

Escrito bajo la direcci n del doctor Richard Beaser, en colaboraci n con Joan Hill y un equipo de expertos, en este libro se presentan todos los aspectos esenciales para que los propios pacientes sean quienes controlen su enfermedad. The mayor of Matamoros, the governor of the surrounding state of Tamaulipas, and Benitez's commanders in Mexico City, alarmed at the negative publicity and its potential impact on tourism, began to pressure Benitez and other police commanders in the area. I am part of the ARC group for Wildblue Press and BookSirens and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

At thirty-five, the boyish Benitez had a fearsome reputation, viewed by his enemies and his peers alike as uniquely dangerous — because he rarely could be bought. the book covers the early life and up bringing of the cult leader and how he rose to power using magic, and eventually capturing the young blonde spring breaker who was partying in mexico, tortured and killed him along with many many others. That’s because schools like Whitney deliver everything parents want: love of learning, a sense of mission, and SAT scores that pave the way to elite universities.

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