Living Among Monsters: Growing Up During the Missing and Murdered Children Ordeal is based on a true story. This book provides details about missing and murdered children in 1970s and 1980s Atlanta, Georgia. It describes what it was like as an African American kid to survive and avoid abduction in order to grow up during those deadly years. During the Jim Crow era the K.K.K. used to rule Georgia with an iron fist. After President Johnson ended the Jim Crow era in 1965, the federal affirmative action law was born. These events and others caused by the A.C.L.U. and the Civil Rights leaders may have woken up the sleeping Klans member, causing them once again act out and used their iron fists to restore the damages that the Civil Rights leaders were destroying.It was also a known fact that Klan members held rallies and meetings in Stone Mountain, GA up into the 1980s. ... All the youth murder victims who made the list were only abducted either from Atlanta, Fulton County, or Decatur, ... tried to get other police departments involved to confuse the situation, however, they mainly operated in two counties: Fulton County (Atlanta) and DeKalb County (Decatur). According to history, serial killers are comfortable operating in areas they know best.
|Title||:||Living Among Monsters: Growing Up During the Missing and Murdered Children Ordeal|
|Publisher||:||Dorrance Publishing - 2014-02-13|