206: Episode 206 - Fritz Haarmann: The Butcher of Hannover
In the early 1900s Germany was a nation ravaged by the horrors of war, debt and death. For years, as they struggled with stagflation and starvation, all manner of depravity began to emerge; there had even been rumours of human meat being sold on Germany’s black markets.
And it was during this time, that a dangerous man roamed the streets committing a series of gruesome murders so diabolical that he terrified people who had survived the nightmares of WW1. This man, a deviant sexual sadist, went on to be known as The Butcher of Hanover...
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