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Evil Eyes

Corey Mitchell

ISBN 9780786042647
Publish Date 4/24/2018
Format Paperback
List Price: $7.99
Upcoming April 24, 2018

Includes killer’s confession!

“No one faces evil head-on like Corey Mitchell.” —Gregg Olsen

More victims than Bundy . . .

In Houston, Texas, on a Sunday morning in spring, Coral Eugene Watts trapped two young women in their apartment. Only hours before, he’d killed another woman by drowning her in her bathtub. As Watts attempted to do the same to 20-year-old Lori Lister, her roommate made a daring escape, leading to Watts’s arrest.

Watts confessed to thirteen murders, but with no direct evidence, he managed to plea bargain his sentence down to 60 years for burglary. Through the untiring efforts of investigators and the mother of one of his victims, Watts was finally convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison, where he remained the prime suspect in dozens of other slayings.

Experts theorized that Watts may have slain more than Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, and John Wayne Gacy . . . combined! Bestselling author Corey Mitchell takes us inside the twisted mind of “The Sunday Morning Slasher” and tells the chilling story of how he almost got away with murder.

“Corey Mitchell empathized with crime victims in a unique and personal way. That empathy is evident in every true crime book he wrote.” —Suzy Spencer

“Mitchell nailed the real story.” —City of Houston Mayor’s Office

“Mitchell is the leading voice of true crime.” —Dennis McDougal

About Corey Mitchell:

Corey Mitchell wrote several bestselling true crime books including Hollywood Death Scenes, Dead and Buried, Evil Eyes, Savage Son, Strangler, Murdered Innocence, and Pure Murder. He was also the founder of the #1 true crime blog, In Cold Blog, and a contributing editor for MetalSucks, the #1 website for heavy metal news. He co-founded Austin’s Housecore Horror Film Festival and co-authored Philip H. Anselmo’s Mouth for War: Pantera and Beyond.

Photo Credit: Lisa Mitchell


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LOVED THAT BOOK! (Friday, August 4, 2006)
Reviewer: sndhalfbegins

It was totally interesting, from page one to the end, every page. I couldnt get enough of this book! Great writing!


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