Human Monsters: Joe Clark, The Bonebreaker Killer

Imagine if you will that you are a young child, asleep in your bed. You then wake up outside with a strange boy. Groggy, scared and confused you follow him to what you think is safety, only to be met with torture and agony at the hands of a sadistic monster. That was the reality for 13-year-old Thad Phillips when he was abducted by Joe Clark on July 29, 1994. Thad Phillips in an interview … Continue reading Human Monsters: Joe Clark, The Bonebreaker Killer

Of Interviews and Games or Sweet Lord, It Has Been A Week!

So it has been a pretty wild and awesome week. Had a sit down with the guys over at Project Archivist. We talked about some of the topics I've covered here on the Creature Feature and Human Monsters, though there was also a good bit about other off the rails topics like beer keeblers. You owe it to yourselves to give it a listen. https://projectarchivist.podbean.com/e/ep-249-robert-brewster-cryptids-weird-legends-and-true-crime/ Also, I tried my hand at the Jim Sterling Talent … Continue reading Of Interviews and Games or Sweet Lord, It Has Been A Week!

Human Monsters: Harvey Glatman, The Glamour Girl Killer

“The reason I killed those girls was because they asked me to...They said they would rather be dead than be with me.” Those are the chilling words of Harvey Glatman, a sadomasochist who murdered at least three women. Glatman lived in Colorado and showed a deviant mind at an early age. He was caught when he was 12 by his mother in the bathroom of their home with a rope around his neck. He expressed … Continue reading Human Monsters: Harvey Glatman, The Glamour Girl Killer

Human Monsters: Harry Powers, West Virginia’s Bluebeard

There are few things worse than a betrayal of the heart. Lovelorn souls will seek comfort where they can find it, sadly those lonely hearts can become prey to silver tongue monsters. Such is the case of the poor women, and their children, who fell victim to Harry Powers, West Virginia's first serial killer. Powers was born Herman Drenth in 1889. He used a variety of aliases over his life other than Harry Powers such as … Continue reading Human Monsters: Harry Powers, West Virginia’s Bluebeard