Special Delivery

Special Delivery On March a jury convicted Jacqueline Annette Williams of killing year old Debra Evans and her two children in Addison Illinois a suburb of Chicago Williams had pretended to be pregnant

  • Title: Special Delivery
  • Author: Bill G. Cox
  • ISBN: 9780786012008
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Paperback
  • On March 20, 1998, a jury convicted Jacqueline Annette Williams of killing 28 year old Debra Evans and her two children in Addison, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago Williams had pretended to be pregnant, had given herself a baby shower, and even prepared a phony birth certificate before murdering the nine months pregnant Williams, and cutting her unborn son out of her womb.On March 20, 1998, a jury convicted Jacqueline Annette Williams of killing 28 year old Debra Evans and her two children in Addison, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago Williams had pretended to be pregnant, had given herself a baby shower, and even prepared a phony birth certificate before murdering the nine months pregnant Williams, and cutting her unborn son out of her womb At William s dramatic trial, a horrifying tale of jealousy, madness, and monstrous evil unfolded And while she and one of her accomplices were sentenced to die and the other sent to prison for life, a baby boy born by murder began a life of his own.

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    1. This true crime story was very upsetting.It's about a woman who is killed for her baby by friends she knows.Her two children are killed as well.I remember the case all over the news when it happened.I was sickened then and even more so now that i know all the details.I used to live in the complex it happened.a few years before the crime happened.It's eerie when i see the pictures because i can picture the apartment.

    2. I can't even begin to understand some people. I have always wanted to be a criminal psychologist so I could get in the heads of people and try to understand why they do what they do disturbing this book was.

    3. I have heard of people doing these things before but have never read about it and all the Gory facts. This is really sad, but, what makes it worse is it is true. People that can't have children really should adopt. To try to buy a baby in is better than what I just read. (Even though it's still illegal.). Anyway, the fact that it is true makes it all the worse and I don't understand why they killed more people than just the mother.

    4. I love true crime. It is a sick fascination I have. I wanted to read about this case since I could remember it happening in my lifetime. The book does a great job explaining what happened and breaking down the invesigation. It did not however get to what I find really interesting, WHY? Other authors try to focus and write more about the psyche of the killer/s. He focused more on the events and the prosecution. There are some really disturbing crime scene photos that weren't necessary. Interestin [...]

    5. The book was primarily read because I have lived in Chicago and the suburbs of Chicago my whole life. I also really enjoy reading books on macabre subject-matter, as well as true crime books. Special Delivery falls under both of those categories. The book is by no means a scholarly feat, but it does paint a fairly vivid picture of the heinous crimes that were committed. It is worth a read.

    6. Truly a horrific and sad crime. It's unimaginable how many heartless people there are in this world. Crimes against children are the sickest crimes out there.

    7. Couldn't put it down. It is based on a true story so at times I have had to put it down due to the graphic nature of some parts.

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