Cellar of Horror by Ken Englade
Serial killer Gary Heidnik's name will live in infamy, and his address on North Marshall street in Philadelphia will always be tainted with memories of depravity and death. What police found in Heidnik's home was an incredible nightmare made real. Four young women had been held captive-some for months-half-naked and chained. They had been tortured, starved and repeatedly raped. But more grotesque discoveries lay in the kitchen; human limbs frozen, a torso burned to cinders, and empty pot suspiciously scorched. Cellar of Horror is the shocking true account of a self-proclaimed minister, with a long history of mental illness, whose bizarre plan to create his own baby factory preyed on the susceptible and the retarded. It is a macabre web spun around the twin aspects of money and religion, tangled with courtroom drama and lawyers tactics, sure to send a chill to the centre of your soul.