TERRIBLE THINGS – Ebook by Justice Howard

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There’s a program on the crime channel called MOST EVIL. Its about a psychiatrist that came up with a “scale of evil” and it’s kind of like a yardstick of sickness that goes up to 22. This scale documents the level of evil in all of the world famous serial killers. Manson got a 17 on the scale of evil. Dahmer an 18. Ottis Toole reached 19. Schaefer is the only person that ever achieved a 22 on the scale of evil. This book is my personal account of what it was like to meet the most evil serial killer of all time up close and personal. It includes excerpts of his over 50 letters to me, containing info of his 34 kills and what it was like to have Ted Bundy as a ‘celly’ and Ottis Toole as his buddy. Available only on Amazon Kindle:

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This is my  account of what it was like to meet a world famous  serial killer up close and personal in the flesh.   I went to  Florida State Prison to meet Death Row inmate GJ Schaefer and after that we became ‘penpals’.    Excerpts from 50 of his letters to me have info about what Bundy was like as well as Ottis Toole  and Henry Lee Lucas. Read about  Danny Rolling, the Gainesville Slasher and his split personality called Gemini  who Danny said was the one who did the killings.. Its a good look at the m psychopathy into the mind of a SK  and  a good read for anyone wanting to know the psychopathy of a serial killer.

 

 

“She is a celebrant of all that is best in the art life of our culture.”
                   ….CLIVE BARKER (horror writer)

”Justice Howard’s photos are intense explorations into the human condition via light & shadow. Each image becomes a looking glass to see more deeply into ourselves.”
                 ….JOHN GILMORE  (crime writer)

“Her writings are well-though-out-scenes from movies that play in the mind of this well-respected photographer.
Appearing as more than mere models, her subjects seem like dark characters from a noir thriller with a secret to hide.”
               …AMERICAN CINEMATOGRAPHER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 reviews for TERRIBLE THINGS – Ebook by Justice Howard

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    ByMichele Santoon June 6, 2017
    Justice Howard has penned a unique and fascinating look into her dark, psychological relationship with the notorious serial killer GJ Schaefer. At once this story is both disturbing and engaging–like a crime scene itself in which you simply cannot look away. A sneak-peak into the mind and musings of a deeply disturbed individual reminiscent of Brett Easton Ellis’s highly controversial American Psycho, Justice Howard’s MY PENPAL THE SERIAL KILLER will haunt your psyche in a way you may not ever be prepared for. Oddly enough, Justice herself, with her unapologetic, no-holds-barred brand of earthy, female KICKASS humor, ends up being far more interesting than this infamous serial killer could ever hope to be. And, did I mention that this red headed firebrand even rides a Harley and used to run with the Hells Angels? No wonder GJ Schaefer seemed to be utterly obsessed with her.
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    5.0 out of 5 starsHighly Recommended for Fans of True Crime
    ByDavid Geinon April 6, 2017
    Fascinating read. I’ve been a long time fan of True Crime, but My Penpal the Serial Killer was a unique journey into the mind of a killer…from his own words! Justice does a fantastic job setting up the background to this unique relationship she had with GJ Schaefer. The narrative build up by Justice makes this book impossible to put down before getting to Schaefer’s letters. It was fascinating to hear Schaefer’s views on other killers, like Bundy and Otis Toole. The books also has some brilliant photographs, which is to be expected in a book by Justice Howard.
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    5.0 out of 5 starsShe does this so brilliantly, with such eloquence
    ByMichael Clarkon November 27, 2016
    Justice Howard has a gift that very few have. Her way with words and images is beyond comprehension, and far beyond thrilling. My Pen Pal the Serial Killer will carry you into depths of unimaginable terror. Justice reaches deeply and unleashes her skill as a poet, as a photographer, to paint a picture of a man, a monster. She does this so brilliantly, with such eloquence, that you begin to feel as if this inhuman being, Gerard Schaefer, is more a work of art rather than the abhorrent, detestable being he is. You are gripped from the first words to the very last. The finest of art could not compare to the finer words within this masterpiece of true, spine chilling horror.
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    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Justice Howard is a brilliant photographer who was a more of a poet when I met her in the early nineties and published her poems and photos under my imprimatur Media Queen. Her interest in my criminal coauthor Gerard John Schaefer was strong enough for her to visit him in Prison. Now we have this memoir of her impressions and musings about this singular personality. An important addition to the literature of first-person true-crime memoirs.
    …Sondra London

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Fascinating read. I’ve been a long time fan of True Crime, but TERRIBLE THINGS was a unique journey into the mind of a killer…from his own words! Justice does a fantastic job setting up the background to this unique relationship she had with GJ Schaefer. The narrative build up by Justice makes this book impossible to put down before getting to Schaefer’s letters. It was fascinating to hear Schaefer’s views on other killers, like Bundy and Otis Toole. The books also has some brilliant photographs, which is to be expected in a book by Justice Howard.
    …David Gein

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Justice Howard has a gift that very few have. Her way with words and images is beyond comprehension, and far beyond thrilling. TERRIBLE THINGS will carry you into depths of unimaginable terror. Justice reaches deeply and unleashes her skill as a poet, as a photographer, to paint a picture of a man, a monster. She does this so brilliantly, with such eloquence, that you begin to feel as if this inhuman being, Gerard Schaefer, is more a work of art rather than the abhorrent, detestable being he is. You are gripped from the first words to the very last. The finest of art could not compare to the finer words within this masterpiece of true, spine chilling horror.
    …….Mr. Clark

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