Angel of Darkness: The True Story of Randy Kraft and the Most Heinous Murder Spree

Angel of Darkness: The True Story of Randy Kraft and the Most Heinous Murder Spree

Dennis McDougal / Jun 04, 2020

Angel of Darkness The True Story of Randy Kraft and the Most Heinous Murder Spree Randy Kraft was highly intelligent politically active loyal to his friends committed to his work and the killer of people than any other serial killer known This book offers a glimpse into the d

  • Title: Angel of Darkness: The True Story of Randy Kraft and the Most Heinous Murder Spree
  • Author: Dennis McDougal
  • ISBN: 9780446363020
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Mass Market
  • Randy Kraft was highly intelligent, politically active, loyal to his friends, committed to his work and the killer of 67 people than any other serial killer known This book offers a glimpse into the dark mind of a living monster To open this book is to open a peephole into hell Associated Press Photographs.

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    1. Good, very readable story of a serial killer who rather unusually preyed on drunken Marines. They also included another killer who tortured teenegers to death and another team of idiots dumping men's bodies in trashbags by the side of the road. Now, why is it when a man kills other men, the sales promoters for the book act like it's the worst thing that ever happened?


    2. This book is simultaneously fascinating and horrifying, especially because of the dual nature of Randy Kraft - his public persona of being a nice, helpful worker, keeping so many fooled and convinced that he was just a normal person, contrasting with the sadistic murderer who relished sexual torture. This book could have turned into a glorification of the serial killer, but the author steered more towards a factual presentation with clinical detail to avoid such a problem. There were a lot of th [...]


    3. Randy Kraft picked up male hitchhikers travelling the north/south freeways of California and Oregon. He would drug them and then go to work - torturing, raping, strangling. Randy kept a scorecard of his victims. Randy was "The Scorecard Killer". Randy had notched sixty five victims on his scorecard when he was finally apprehended in 1983. Randy was a professional; a computer programmer. Randy was vicious. Randy was well liked. Randy was active in local politics as a democrat, played cards and wa [...]


    4. Although very well written, this book is a hard read due to the excessive detail and the clinical way the crimes are broken down. The story alternates between discussing the crime, sharing tidbits of Kraft's childhood, depicting his day to day life and detailing the lives of the victims. While extremely interesting albeit slightly disturbing, this book pacts so much information into it, it sometimes feels like your brain goes into data overload. I would recommend this only to the avid true crime [...]


    5. A well written story about unthinkable crimes is the only way I can describe this book. Randy Kaft was the scary person, he looked to be an average guy but did terrible things when no one was around. I think it's scarier to know he lead a "normal" life by day and was a murderer by night. I am thankful he is behind bars waiting death. This book was well written and the story moved along nicely, what a gruesome story it was. Not a book for the faint of heart. Be prepared to be shocked and horrifie [...]


    6. This book offered a stunning look into the life of one of histories most profiling serial killers. His life style, relationships, and work life were all described in this book. McDougal did an amazing job talking out every thing. There is even a letter to McDougal from Kraft in the end. I highly recommend this book, that is if only you can stand to read the description of Kraft's victims. This is not a book for the weak stomached.


    7. True Crime books are my dirty little reading secret. This is a creepy freaking book, especially if you are a guy. People don't get more sick than Randy Kraft



    8. This was one of the most terrifying books, I have ever read. Maybe because it was true? McDougal does an excellent discription of all the crimes


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