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The Asylum Confessions Audio #2

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They arrive alive. They always leave dead.
But first, they give me their confessions.

You’ll be listening to four confessions related to families that kill together. Hold on tight, it’s a wild ride.

Audio book for The Asylum Confessions Book 2
Written by Jack Steen
Narrated by Ben Fortune-Price

The Asylum Confessions Audio #1

Audio book for The Asylum Confessions Book 1
Written by Jack Steen
Narrated by Ben Fortune-Price

The Asylum Confessions Audio #3

They arrive alive. They always leave dead.
But first, they give me their confessions.

You'll be listening to four confessions related to families that kill together. Hold on tight, it's a wild ride.

Audio book for The Asylum Confessions Book 3
Written by Jack Steen
Narrated by Ben Fortune-Price

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They arrive alive. They always leave dead.
But first, they give me their confessions.

My name is Jack Steen, and for those who arrive on my 'death' ward at the Asylum, I'm the last face many will see before they die. I am the night nurse at an Asylum for the Criminally Insane, and most of my patients know me as their Angel of Death. I know them as mass murderers, rapists, and serial killers - among other things.

Here's what happens: they come on my floor, they give me their deathbed confession, and I help to make their death less painful. There's a catch, though: I want the real story, the one they haven't told anyone else.

The majority of these killers are expert manipulators. They could be playing their final game with me by messing with my head.
Now, maybe they're messing with yours too.

Inside this book are 4 confessions all things related to families that kill together:
Patient 424 is a father wanting to protect his little girl.
Patient 1001 is a pig farmer who never should have had children.
Patient 523 wants you to believe he's the brother of a mob boss.
Patient 983 would argue she should receive the Mother of the Year award.

WARNING: There is swearing in this book. And some stories might be a trigger for something you have a hard time handling. But, these are the confessions of serial killers, mass murderers, and such, so what do you expect?