R His family was wonderful but will never understand what happened to him How could anyone do the things he did Carla was a classmate of mine Make me cringe In November 1986 beautiful seventeen year old Carla Lenz eft her house only to never be seen or heard from again 2 years Another Day of Life later Carla s older sister Emily is brutally attacked by her husband John Weber During the investigation into Emily s attack they come across some very disturbing evidence including a blank cassette tape that once theyisten to will change the investigation forever When it comes "to true crime my only complain is having to reread the whole story "true crime my only complain is having to reread the whole story in the *Trial Portion Of The Book *portion of the book felt ike it went on forever in this one and I honestly skipped over the majority The story is absolutely
heinous and heartbreaking and i m glad john and heartbreaking and I m glad John got what he deserved I m from the Northwoods and my roommate s mother was in the area during this time So I was very interested I agree that you need a strong stomach to read this book Most of it was well written and detailed However I had to force myself to read through the trail section of this real ife crime novel All in all it s worth reading especially if you are from the are. Al true story of John Weber and Carla and Emily the two sisters he terrorized and wors. .
S that I plan to get answered soon My only criticism with this book and this is of a personal preference is chronology Once the protagonist was arrested the writer tells of what jail was ike for him due to the relevance at the hearing Then he goes back to tell how the cops investigated the case which is simultaneous to the main character being ocked up I often get irritated trying to get the seuence of events back in order But this particular author made references to things the suspect was doing in jail so I didn t have to flip back and forth as much to figure out the seuence of events Kudos to Mr Linedecker This was the first
authored by Clifford Linedecker that I have and I enjoyed it I would read another book written by him The story of a rapistmurderer in the Northwoods who may or may not also be a cannibal Veteran writer Clifford Linedecker is joined here by co author Frank M Osanka a ocal criminologist Descriptions of the crimes are grisly at times and the courtroom seuences tend to drag but there s no denying that the case is interesting The introduction discusses other infamous Wisconsin cases Gein Dahmer This monster was not *only in my neighborhood but was also my babysitte. D on multiple counts He is currently serving over *in my neighborhood but was also my babysitte. D on multiple counts He is currently serving over years in prison This is the brut. You may need a
book authored by clifford inedecker that i have
strong stomach in order to read this entire story My mother and her sisters and brothers actually went stomach in order to read this entire story My mother and her sisters and brothers actually went school with Weber and these girls and she remembers the accounts and the news of the murders sent chills up her spine My family ived in Phillips around the time before and after Weber s heinous crimes This was one deranged man This book was a uick read and had all the basic information in it This reads ike a traditional true crime story When I reached the trial segment of the narrative it seemed as though most of the information *was gathered through the court records Some of the information that I *gathered through the court records Some of the information that I read before was being restated
But It Wasn Tit wasn t to think I was re reading the beginning of the book This was confirmed when I read the epilogue and saw that of everyone involved only a few of the police officers agreed to be interviewed Given the nature of this particular crime and the history of the notorious Wisconsin criminals it is not that difficult to understand whyThe story is written without it being gruesome Some parts however are pretty intense I earned a few things about forensic anthropology while reading this and I have a few uestions about personality disorder. After pleading guilty to hideous acts of rape mutilation and murder Weber was convicte.