Richard Speck has gone down in history as one of the most prolific mass murders thanks to his horrific actions of July 14, Technically a mass murderer and not a serial killer since it all happened in one night, his MO was all over each of his eight victims. He systematically raped, tortured and killed eight student nurses from South Chicago Community College, securing his place in history as a monster. Oddly enough, he might be even more famous as the prison inmate that smuggled growth hormones into prison in order to grow female-like breasts for the pleasure of other inmates. Talk about a legacy!
The Story Of Richard Speck, The Man Who Killed Eight Women In One Night
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Richard Speck was one of the most fiendish mass murderers in American history, and his slayings of eight nursing students captured a nation in terror. He was born in the small city of in Monmouth, Illinois to two religious, teetotaling parents. That year, in , his year-old father, who was beloved by Speck, died from a heart attack. His step-father was a traveling salesman with a long criminal record who would drink and verbally abuse the young Speck.
Toggle navigation. In May , Chicago television news anchor Bill Kurtis received video tapes from an anonymous attorney that had been made at Stateville Prison in Showing them publicly for the first time before a shocked and deeply angry Illinois state legislature, Kurtis pointed out the explicit scenes of sex, drug use, and money being passed around by prisoners, who seemingly had no fear of being caught; in the center of it all was Speck, performing oral sex on another inmate,ingesting cocaine, parading in silk panties, sporting female-like breasts grown from smuggled hormone treatments, and boasting, "If they only knew how much fun I was having, they'd turn me loose. From behind the camera, a prisoner asked Speck why he killed the nurses. Speck shrugged and jokingly said "It just wasn't their night.
Richard Speck was a bizarre character. Speck is a classic case of a child born to a dysfunctional family. He was the seventh of eight children. After a divorce, Speck stayed with his mother who started living together with his step-father who had a solid year criminal history. He was an alcoholic and abusive towards Speck who by the time developed a fear of people staring at him.