True Crime: H. H. Holmes - aka Dr. Henry Howard Holmes

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Summary: Our True Crime series continues and this episode features H. H. Holmes - aka Dr. Henry Howard Holmes, born Herman Webster Mudgett. Herman Webster Mudgett, better known as Dr. Henry Howard Holmes or H. H. Holmes, was an American serial killer active from December 1891 to November 1894. Despite his confession of 27 murders while awaiting execution, Holmes was convicted and sentenced to death for only one murder, that of accomplice and business partner Benjamin Pitezel. Victims were killed in a mixed-use building which he owned in Chicago, located about three miles west of the 1893 World's Fair: Columbian Exposition, supposedly called the World's Fair Hotel, informally called "The Murder Castle") though evidence suggests the hotel portion was never truly open for business... Support Wrong Term Memory on (Patreon) (Pie Sports) have the best pies in Glasgow - order some to your door today An original production from Glasgower Produced by Jack Shaw and Colin McMillan Our executive producers are Mark Brown, Robert McMillan, Sandy Maclarty, Stewart Glass and Andy Sladen Email: