“Born to Raise Hell”: Richard Speck and the 1966 Chicago Nurse Murders

July 14, 1966 is an infamous day in the annals of American crime. In fact, some argue that Richard Speck’s murderous rampage in Chicago – which claimed the lives of 8 nurses in one night – was the first random mass murder of the 20th century, changing the country forever. When I was growing up, I heard … Continue reading “Born to Raise Hell”: Richard Speck and the 1966 Chicago Nurse Murders