"The Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run"
Is there a connection between Streetcar/Railroad lines and the killings?
Why, when there's a head in a bag or body parts, it's always made of burlap?
Was there a Religious theme?
Where are the bodies of the victims buried?
Why didn't Eliot Ness put more emphasis on solving these crimes?
It seemed like he didn't want to be involved. Why?
One of the victims was missing a rib. Was this just a case of sloppiness?
Was it just a coincidence that the murders started when he came to Cleveland and stopped when he left?
If exact same scenario happened today, could it have been solved?
Why was Ness buried here? (his ashes are in the pond behind his memorial at Lakeview Cemtetary). Why not Chicago? Why not Coudersport, PA.?
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