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Herman Mudgett, alias H.H. Holmes, was America’s first serial killer. No one knows for sure how many lives he took, but it’s believed he was responsible for killing as many as 200 people in the late 19th century at the same time across the Atlantic, a killer was terrorizing the streets of London. To this day, the killer, known as Jack the Ripper, has never been identified. In the first half, H.H. Holmes’ great grandson, Jeff Mudgett (along with Amaryllis Fox, co-host of “American Ripper”) will join Dave Schrader (email) to update us on the case and provide more clues that suggest Holmes and Jack the Ripper were the same person.
During WWII, Lithuanian collaborator Silvestras Griekshell was plucked from a Nazi death camp and sent on covert missions by his Allied handlers. During the Cold War, he was redeployed as Steve Griggs, a nondescript American husband and father of four serving stateside as a cook in the U.S. Army. This dangerous, volatile man was consumed by an insatiable appetite for sadistic violence and psychological torture involving his own children. In part two, journalist Sondra London will discuss how Griggs placed his children in a secret multigenerational program for experimentation, study and training with psychedelic enhancement and how the brave boy and his clever sister survived, and like Hansel & Gretel, emerged from a matrix of horror, triumphant and transformed.
6p-10p, Pacific: “Somewhere in Time” with Art Bell – Coast to Coast AM travels back in time to June 12, 2002, when Art Bell is joined by Dr. Carl Edward Baugh from the Creation Evidence Museum to discuss why he believes that man appeared on Earth just six thousand years ago.