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The Ultimate Evil On August 10, 1977, The NYPD Arrested David Berkowitz For The Son Of Sam Murders That Had Terrorized New York City For Than 13 Months Berkowitz Confessed To Being A Lone Murderer One Who Had Carried Out Eight Senseless Shooting With A.44 Caliber Bulldog Revolver The Case Was Officially Closed Journalist Maury Terry Was Suspicious Of Berkowitz S Confession, Convinced As He Gathered Corroborating Evidence Throughout The Years, That Berkowitz Did Not Act Alone In This Investigative Story, First Published In 1987, Terry Details The Chilling Events, Proving That Berkowitz Was An Affiliate Of And Triggerman For A Satanic Cult Known As The Process Church Of The Final Judgment, A Far Reaching Organization That Is Connected To Other Ritual Slayings Across The Country Updated Wtih Berkowitz S Recent Confirmations From His Prison Cell, Terry Untangles The Web Of Information And Shocking Extent Of The Process Church S Activities Includes Black And White Photographs.


10 thoughts on “The Ultimate Evil

  1. says:

    Generally, the people who discuss this book are either conspiracy nuts who believe the government is spying on them through their cereal or something equally crazy, fundamentalist Christians who are eager to prove that Satan is out to get everyone or professional skeptics who have an axe to grind against the former two and a desire to look very smart and very clever on top of it.I had read this book back in my hi


  2. says:

    Re read for 2016 Still one of my favorites, this is an amazing piece of investigative journalism by author Maury Terry This is one I have to keep replacing I never get it back whenever anyone borrows it.


  3. says:

    Oh the good old days before DNA and real good forensics, where one Fire Island obsessed NY reporter could toil away on a single story for decades Where a good juicy serial killer could make the career of a plucky young journalist.When Terry is not recreating conversations between himself and police, himself and District Attorneys, or himself and other newspaper men, he is retyping prison letters from inside snitches See, here is the


  4. says:

    One of the most underrated books of our time, The Ultimate Evil is a can t turn these GD pages fast enough romp through the most convoluted murder mystery of our time Was the Son of Sam merely a cover up for one of th...


  5. says:

    Book that lays out the theory that the Son of Sam murders were not the act of a lone nut but were in fact the work of several people who were involved in an organized cult After reading this I am convinced that Berkowitz did not act alone, and that the Son of Sam murders were ritual murders by an occult group, possibly a highly organized one and that the powers that be were aware of this and did their best to cover this up I do however think that Terry


  6. says:

    I ve loaned this one out a few times, and never seem to get it back One of great cult books of all time The dog didn t do it And Berkowitz probably only did some of it Read it and see The book drips purple prose, which no doubt turns off some, and gives skeptics ammunition to shout down ...


  7. says:

    I have finally finished this book It was fascinating I ended up liking it so much that I looked for the book that he was supposedly working on about the Lisa Steinberg murder however, it looks like this was the only book he has written This book was really scary and it really makes ...


  8. says:

    Best Book EVAHH


  9. says:

    Terry offers an interesting and novel look on the Son Of Sam killings that terrorized America He delivers the notion that Berkowitz did not in fact act alone, rather, he was merely a scapegoat to divert the attention away from what was apparently really going on Terry s theory is that a nation wide Satanic cult, with connections in the highest and widest places is responsible He even goes on to identify the cult as an apparent off shoot of the Process church Connections are then swiftly ma T


  10. says:

    Scary book on several levels, and is very clearly on the money by and large Great research I even checked out the Carrs home and surrounding area on Google Earth when re reading this recently quite a cocktail.Strangely, a minor point of detail towards the end slightly undermined some of the other research the star symbol used by the rock band Rush is not a pentagram and has no satanic connotations whatsoever Lazy heavy metal devil worship cliche that was given significance where there wa Scary book on


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