They arrive alive. They always leave dead.
But first, they give me their confessions.
My name is Jack Steen. That name shouldn’t mean anything to you, unless you’re about to die – and then I’m your bloody guardian angel. I work as a night nurse in the Asylum for the Criminally Insane.
I offer my patients a deal: in exchange for an easy death, I want their story. Not the one anyone can read about in the papers, I want the real story – the one they haven’t told anyone else. Some of these killers have never confessed to their crimes, some kept certain information to themselves…those are the stories I want.
If they give them to me, I’ll make their death…easier. They’re already dying, that’s why they’re now my patients. If they play nice, I can make their death less painful.
My name is the only real name you’ll find in this book.
I won’t tell you which Asylum I work at. I won’t tell you the names of those dying.
But I won’t lie to you. You’ll read exactly what I’m told.
If you’re smart, if you’re deranged enough to read between the lines, you’ll know who is telling the story.
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 5 confessions:
One thought she gave birth to the antichrist.
One has the nickname of The Candyman – any guesses why?
One grew up in a cult and believes he’s the first of a ‘pure’ race.
Another was part of a secret test by the government, and I’ve been waiting on his confession for a while!
Then there’s this kid who loved Halloween and believed in all the rules. I sure hope you didn’t break any…
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?