Wicked Intentions : A Remote Farmhouse, A Beautiful Temptress, and the Lovers She Murdered

Wicked Intentions : A Remote Farmhouse, A Beautiful Temptress, and the Lovers She Murdered

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An analysis of the case of serial killer Sheila LaBarre describes how she killed a sequence of young men at her farm over the course of several years and based her defense on a claim that she was an avenging angel sent to stop pedophiles. Reprint.

McMillan Palgrave

A beautiful woman in her forties, Sheila LaBarre had no problem attracting men. She preferred her lovers to be young and submissive. Once she gained a man's trust, she would invite him to live with her at her secluded New Hampshire farm, where she could play out her dark twisted games of abuse, torture, and revenge. Many of her lovers were never seen again. But when police discovered a human bone protruding from a smoking burn pit on Sheila's property, the whole world learned the shocking truth behind this seductive woman's wicked intentions.



Baker
& Taylor

Analyzes the case of serial killer Sheila LaBarre, who killed several young men at her farm over the course of several years and based her defense on a claim that she was an avenging angel sent to stop pedophiles.


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