Infamous Killers: H.H. Holmes | A&E

Explore the life of America’s first known serial killer, H.H. Holmes, and his infamous “murder hotel” in Chicago.

H.H. Holmes was the alias of one of America’s first serial killers. During the 1893 Columbian Exposition, he lured victims into his elaborate “murder castle.” Learn more:
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  1. Elizabeth Sarah Holton (Dr. E.S. Holton) never “moved” to California and her husband never had cancer as is often claimed. They sold the pharmacy to Holmes and the Holtons stayed in the same Englewood neighborhood well into the 1900s and are buried in the local cemetery.

  2. You are an excellent presenter. I love that you are precise and clear and most importantly, you have a way that's entertaining and hold your audience's attention, which helps people, esp like me who can tend to lose focus easily. My mother was a history teacher, I guess this is why I notice the good presenters from the not so good, ha ha. You are superb, great job. I definitely will be watching more. Great content too by the way. I am currently working a a series myself and episode 2 just happens to be about H.H. Holmes, although I am moving slow because I have been a bit under the weather this week. But yes! I just discovered you today and love the content and the awesome way in which it has been presented!

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