Book Reviews of Cauldron of Blood: The Matamoros Cult Killings

Cauldron of Blood: The Matamoros Cult Killings
Cauldron of Blood The Matamoros Cult Killings
Author: Jim Schutze
ISBN-13: 9780380759972
ISBN-10: 0380759977
Publication Date: 8/1989
Rating:
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3.1 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Avon Books (Mm)
Book Type: Paperback
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A shocking truth of the most gruesome and chilling episodes in modern history-a real-life horror story of drugs,perversion,and black magic that goes far beyond your most terrifying nightmares.
Journalist Jim Schutze reveals this true story,mostly on written,and photos given to him by an unknown source.
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Wow! This is a true story about the Mexico/US border in Texas. There is a lot of information in the book about their culture, how the police work in Mexico, drug cartels, and scariest of all, the belief of the people in Santeria, a dark religion tied up in their Catholicism. One leader rises up and he is an evil soul. The story running in the background is the disappearance of Mark Kilroy, a nice med student from the US. He goes down there to Matamoros to party and is kidnapped and used in a grisly horrible dark religious ceremony. I couldn't put it down, now I can't stop thinking about it. If you're interested in the ways of life on the border, this is a great read!
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