Richard Speck Massacre in Chicago: Although this bone-chilling crime was committed in Chicago, its far-reaching impact was felt most profoundly in the Philippines, as the sole survivor—and witness of this killing spree—was a Filipina exchange student nurse, Corazon Amurao of Batangas. READ MORE: http://www.filipiknow.net/sensational-1960s-crimes-philippines/
A chilling photograph of the blood-stained room where 8 student nurses were held, raped and murdered, one by one, by Richard Speck in 1966. Huge Christmas sale! Save up to 60% off your magazine subscription: http://www.thecrimemag.com/huge-christmas-sale-save-60-off-magazine-subscription/
"The Richard Speck case,"(7/13/1966), from Chicago tribune: a man that have had killed a lot of people and the way police recognize him is his tattoos all over his body. Themes (Crime): He is a criminal person that kills people, and he's a funny/ person because of the tattoos over his body and his personality of him not really caring about what he does. Interest:This story was really interesting to me mostly the picture caught my eyes.
Richard Speck -- The words "Born to Raise Hell" were tattooed on the arm of the tall, pocked-faced man with a southern drawl who entered a nursing student's dormitory on a warm July night in 1966. Once inside he committed a series of crimes that shocked America and sent Chicago authorities on a massive manhunt for a madman who they soon identified as Richard Speck. This is a profile of the man, his life and his crimes, both during his life and after his death.
Richard Speck- Mass murderer who systematically tortured, raped, and murdered eight student nurses from South Chicago Community Hospital on July 14, 1966. Speck broke into a house functioning as a dormitory, holding the women for hours and methodically raping and killing them one by one, stabbing or strangling them. When asked why he killed the nurses, Speck shrugged and jokingly said, "It just wasn't their night."
How Richard Speck's Rampage 50 Years Ago Changed a Nation
Image: Corazon Amurao, star witness for the prosecution in the trial of Richard Speck and her mother Macaria Amurao, leave the courthouse