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Arthur Shawcross: The Exaggerating Cannibal

Chloe Castleden

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True crime

Curiously for a serial killer and self-proclaimed cannibal, Arthur Shawcross's confessional accounts of his crimes were only partially believed. His stories changed frequently as he spoke with different people and almost everyone who interviewed him thought that he was exaggerating some of the time. So, although teeth marks were found on some of his victims, was the "Genesee River Killer" telling the truth when he confessed to eating parts of his victims?

The Murder Files is a series of individual titles, giving condensed accounts of some of the most appalling and notorious killers of all time.

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