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Product Details

  • Paperback: 450 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (December 1, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1479216631
  • ISBN-13: 978-1479216635
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 5.9 x 8.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #840,259 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Written by William Ramsey, author of Prophet of Evil: Aleister Crowley, 9/11 and the New World Order and Aleister Crowley: A Visual Study.

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Not a speck from Jessie, Jason, or Damien.
D. Davis
William has done a great job with a very clear narrative that is not wrought with long descriptive opinions and conjecture.
Dori Etheridge
Maybe the 'devil' himself could pull it off, if you're small-minded enough to believe in such nonsense.
Superflygin

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Janja on December 11, 2013
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I know for myself that I don’t trust media and that is why I love to read these kinds of books – to think about different perspective, the other side of the story and make my own opinion about it. I am sad that majority of population is so manipulated by media and that’s why books like this one are so much more appreciated.

There are a lot of literature, documents and even documentaries about this horrifying case available for everyone online. But this book is one big step towards the truth. I really love it! It provides all the details about the crime, the trials, the evidences, about the occult, other occult type murderers and much more. He is very detailed in stating the facts and backing them up with documentation. It will definitely open your eyes and make you think wider! I highly recommend it!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By jorge romero on December 31, 2013
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I was convinced by the paradise lost documentary, but now...I think three murderers have been set free. Besides illustrating a convincing case for the wm3 guilt this book shows the dangers of a cause célèbre on justice.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By nessie on July 15, 2014
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I lived not to far from where this took place so I am an avid reader of anything and everything that is published concerning the case. I was not impressed by this book at all. It was almost like reading old news paper and gossip columns. It did not give anything new or add anything as far as I could tell. this was one of the few times I didnt even finish the book.
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24 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Vivian Ellingson on February 25, 2013
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It's scary that anyone would believe this drivel. You have nothing but "evidence" from screwed up people who should have had zero credibility in a court of law. One guy couldn't remember any names because of the heavy psychiatric drugs he was on. He was allowed to give evidence? Babies hanging in trees? Dog sacrafices, yet nobody seemed to have been missing any dogs. Black sabbaths held every Sunday at 6pm? Evil books and Satanic jewelry....from the mall???
Those poor kids were put in jail over stupid superstitions on the part of the uneducated community!
HOGWASH! This was a witch hunt worthy of the Spanish Inquisition.
I am torn between hoping this was a joke on the authors part, and fearing that he actually believe this superstitious nonsense.
By the way, it was the local child molester who was most likely at fault.
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15 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Elaine Marley on September 2, 2013
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This book is full of nothing but hearsay and the author's crudely formed opinions. He admittedly only studied the case for six months and even uses his own works as references. Don't waste your time or money.
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10 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Semadsky on November 2, 2013
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I was really hoping for some fresh insight as I've never been convinced either way. Reading this served only to convince me to remove what little weight I had previously placed on the confessions. I didn't find it nearly as fluid as some other reviewers as some of the quoted material didn't seem to have a point. And the urine theory? It doesn't seem logical that investigators present at autopsy didn't hear that information during autopsy and feed that to Jessie like they did all the other details. Maybe confirmatory testing and formal reports weren't issued until two weeks after Jessie's statement, but it's ludicrous to think verbal results weren't being released in real time for such a high profile case. Some of the best theories, supported by an abundance of objective physical evidence, can be found at WMTBlackboard.
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26 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Warren P on March 30, 2013
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No not the Scottish chemist and Noble laureate William Ramsay (1852-1916).
No not the classical scholar and Professor of humanity (1806-1865), not the Scottish archaeologist and New Testament scholar (1851-1939 and not the American jazz saxophonist.

No this William Ramsay is the one featured in a NOPC Radio network show Knucklebones that was titled The Rude Awakenings.

Sadly for America this interview is clear evidence and an example of why it has the lowest literacy level in the western world. The host (some knucklehead called Larry) barely literate himself rambled away in some disjointed diatribe and spoke ninety percent of the time before I got tired of listening.
Check it out if you don't believe me!

The fact that this so called author could take part in it says something in itself.
Is it only this low intelligence mindset that will give him air time?

That same mindset is what got Damien Echols charged and convicted in the first place.
Having read Damien Echols Life after Death book it is clear he is far more articulate and intelligent than any of the morons that were screaming for his conviction or the two participants in this stupid radio interview.
Much is made of his interest in Wicca etc. Simply because of this it's assumed he's a Satanist. Read his book and you find he takes interest in many things and ideologies.

The author here makes much of Damien spending time in mental institutions. Damien didn't have much say in those decisions until he reached a certain age. Just to add. He also said that the food and accommodation was much better there than the other alternatives on offer. Claims of violent and angry behaviour?
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14 of 23 people found the following review helpful By D. Davis on July 8, 2013
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The book quotes the Callhan website, an archive of thousands of documents related to the case. It fails to note that, after years of proclaiming neutrality as to the issue of whether there is a sufficient basis to believe that Damien, Jessie, and Jason are guilty, the website author announced himself as a supporter.

I'm simply astounded that there are still people out there who believe there is a sufficient basis of fact to claim they're guilty.

They cite Jessie's statements. Take the time and READ THEM. They are ridiculous at best - [...] . Only someone with an IQ lower than Jessie's could possibly cite these as a basis to believe in guilt. They're internally inconsistent and don't align with ANY of the physical evidence - not one piece. Every claim he makes (even in his post-conviction statements where he is trying to cut a deal with the State to lower his sentence) is wrong - wrong kind of knife, wrong placement of the boy's bodies, wrong time of day, wrong kind of wounds inflicted. Anyone who cites them as evidence of guilt simply hasn't read them (or can't understand the import of what he says and doesn't say).

People like the author cite Damien's psych issues, as if this substituted for evidence.

There was not a single hair, fingerprint, footprint, drop of blood, or strand of DNA that linked back to the WM3. In spite of Damien having shoulder length black hair and always wearing Army boots (which leave a somewhat distinctive print), there was nothing. Not a speck from Jessie, Jason, or Damien. Not possible. In its closing arguments, the prosecutor addressed this by suddenly claiming that he believed that maybe Damien was carrying around a large piece of plastic or Visqueen. Utter nonsensical nonsense.
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