Death Scenes: A Homicide Detective's Scrapbook

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Feral House, 1996 - History - 167 pages
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A Scrapbook of Noir Los Angeles Heretofore kept tightly secured under lock and key in police files, the hundreds of historic scene-of -crime photos collected in this book were assembled by a now-deceased Los Angeles police detective. Packed with unflinchingly graphic on-site forensic photos, mug shots, pictures of celebrity homocides, morbidly voyeuristic shots of 'freaks,' accidents, and legal executions, this hard-to-put-down collection is accompanied by Katherine Dunn's provocative explanatory text.

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User Review  - ElizaJane - LibraryThing

Katherine Dunn's introductory essay is very opinionated giving various motives as to why Huddleston would have kept this scrapbook. These are not based on fact and are merely her obnoxious opinions ... Read full review

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User Review  - thingfish23 - LibraryThing

Throughout his career, LAPD detective Jack Huddleston collected a scrapbook of some of the strangest, most macabre imagery to be found in print. The book itself is a distressing and fascinating look ... Read full review

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