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ALBERT FISH IN HIS OWN WORDS-John Borowski

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On December 13, 1934, Albert Fish was apprehended by Detective William King for the kidnapping and murder of ten-year-old Grace Budd. Fish’s defense attorney obtained the services of Dr. Fredric Wertham for Fish’s psychiatric examination. Dr. Wertham’s files were ordered closed until 2010. Documents from Wertham’s files, including confessions and writings by Albert Fish, are published here for the first time in history.

FULLY ILLUSTRATED - INCLUDING: CONFESSIONS AND OTHER WRITINGS
Includes never before seen documents handwritten by Albert Fish.
FISH’S OWN STORY OF WEIRD LIFE: Written by Albert Fish for the NY Daily Mirror Newspaper.
FROM THE FILES OF DR. WERTHAM: Fish’s Psychiatric Examinations and Rorschach Test Results.
MASKS HAVE NO EARS: From Dr. Fredric Wertham’s Book, The Show of Violence.
ALSO INCLUDES: Court Documents, Correspondence, Grace Budd & Billy Gaffney Confessions, newspaper excerpts, photographs, and Fish's Vile Letters. ALBERT FISH IN HIS OWN WORDS-John Borowski

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