Villainy, or H.H. Holmes' Own Story13500 Ventura Blvd Los Angeles, CA 91423
In 1893, a devil roamed the White City at the Chicago World's Fair. The devil was Herman Webster Mudgett, a medical doctor who went by the alias of Henry Howard Holmes, America's first known serial killer. When captured, Holmes pleaded innocence, but quickly confessed to murdering men, women and children in a hotel built for the Fair, and selling their bones to medical schools. "One pictures him scurrying into the cellar to dissect a corpse," wrote Robert Bloch, author of Psycho, "then hurrying through a concealed passageway to join his latest inamorata. His (frantic) comings and goings are reminiscent of a French farce." Villainy is H.H. Holmes' own story told as a sometimes horrific, sometimes farcical tale of murders and marriages, seductions and swindles ... and a whole lot of skeletons. Written by John Strysik, this true-life horror story lurks onto the stage at the Whitefire Theatre in Sherman Oaks.
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