Killer Dad

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Pinnacle Books, 2007 - True Crime - 320 pages
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A perfect family. . . A sordid secret. . . Only one way out. . .

"Oh my god. . . there's blood all over!" The 911 call came from a Colorado family man, Michael Blagg, distraught over his missing wife and six-year-old daughter. Frantic search parties and Michael's anguished pleas on national television came up empty - until the investigation stumbled across Blagg's dark side

A devout born-again Christian addicted to Internet porn, Blagg allegedly indulged in the services of paid escorts and reportedly abused his wife. Then in June 2002, nearly a year after her disappearance, when his wife;s mummified remains were found in a local landfill, Michael quickly left town

Extradited from Georgia, Blagg was charged with first-degree meurder. But the explosive trial was rocked by even more bizarre revelations, stunning twists, and an unspeakable mystery that haunted the county: What made Blagg do it? And what happened to little Abby?

 

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Contents

Section 1
8
Section 2
11
Section 3
20
Section 4
79
Section 5
118
Section 6
149
Section 7
160
Section 8
160
Section 12
160
Section 13
160
Section 14
160
Section 15
160
Section 16
160
Section 17
175
Section 18
194
Section 19
212

Section 9
160
Section 10
160
Section 11
160
Section 20
240
Section 21
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Robert A. Scott is Associate Director Emeritus of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University, and was previously Professor of Sociology at Princeton University for 18 years. He is the coauthor of "Why Sociology Does Not Apply "(1979); author of "Making of Blind Men "(1969); editor of several collections of essays about stigma, deviancy, and social control; and author of numerous articles, book chapters, and essays on related topics.

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