Terror in Wichita: A True Story of One Woman's Courage and Her Will to Live
Warning: This book contains graphic scenes of rape and murder. The language is very explicit and it is not meant for anyone under the age of 18 or anyone with a weak stomach!
Everyone, it seems, missed the most obvious signs. A childhood filled with poverty, neglect, drugs, pornography, physical, mental, and sexual abuse, will invariably lead to an adulthood full of greed, lust and violence. No one, however, could have predicted the terror that Reginald and Jonathan Carr, two brothers in Kansas, would inflict on seven unsuspecting men and women over nine days in December 2000. The brother’s crime spree included assault, carjacking, kidnapping, robbery, rape, torture and murder. Their victims, all upstanding members of the Wichita community, were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. Terror in Wichita: A Story of One Woman’s Courage and the Will to Live, exposes the true story of Jonathan and Reginald Carr. It also reveals the insidious horrors that befell their victims, bringing to life, hour-by-hour and day-by-day, the most egregious mental and physical cruelty imaginable, even to the point of their execution-style murders. The book does even more than that, however. It discloses the story of one woman’s refusal to become the ultimate victim, revealing her inner strength and amazing courage. It tells of that woman’s endurance and her astonishing rejection of death, at least without assurances that her torturers would be brought to justice for their heinous and cowardly acts. Terror in Wichita is a true crime story that will keep you up at night and compel you to look over your shoulder by day.
Warning: This book is neither for the faint of heart nor children. It contains a scenes of prolonged rape and murder and uses graphic and descriptive language.
Copyright 2020, Paul F. Caranci. All rights reserved.