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And Karla Bernardo and the couple's seemingly storybook marriage which involved kidna It just did not seem possible that such a well educated well adjusted congenial young man like Paul Bernado could be responsible for such horrible crimes It s the same old story The cops were incompetant I ve read a lot of true crime books and too often the authorities make stupid mistakes reports don t get filed leads aren t investigated DNA samples aren t tested for two years I m not an investigator so maybe it s easier said than done but i wonder how many of these true crime books would have been written without the mistakes of the copsI d like to think i m a hard person to gross out The Jeffrey Dahmer book shocked me and the state of Sharon Tate s corpse wasn t nice to read about but i wasn t grossed out or sickened This book however broke me The crimes are grim disgusting depraved and every other evil perverted word you can think of Despite the content the book was very well written There s a lull in the middle but it picks up toward the end This isn t something i would recommend unless you have a stomach made of iron Hers to Protect young man like Paul Bernado could be responsible for such horrible crimes It s the same old story The cops were incompetant I ve read a lot of true crime books and too often the authorities make stupid mistakes reports don t get filed leads aren t investigated DNA samples aren t tested for two Her Small-Town Hero years I m not an investigator so maybe it s easier said than done but i wonder how many of these true crime books would have been written without the mistakes of the copsI d like to think i m a hard person to gross out The Jeffrey Dahmer book shocked me and the state of Sharon Tate s corpse wasn t nice to read about but i wasn t grossed out or sickened This book however broke me The crimes are grim disgusting depraved and every other evil perverted word Red Tail (Travis Trilogy you can think of Despite the content the book was very well written There s a lull in the middle but it picks up toward the end This isn t something i would recommend unless Promises in Tumble Creek you have a stomach made of iron

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Invisible Darkness The Strange Case Of Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka

A definitive true crime account unravels the facade behind the unsettling case of Paul Invisible Darkness The Horrifying Case of Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka by Stephen Williams tells the real life true crime horror story that took place in the 90s The author was one of the only journalists allowed in the court room and he tells the story in its entirety from the couple s initial meeting to their despicable crimes right through to the court case and the verdictIn 1992 I was ten years old There was no Internet as we know it today and as such I was sheltered from the horror that was happening just one town over Due to Canadian rules around this case a lot of the explicit court details were kept out of the press as my hometown and its surrounding areas had never had anything criminal than maybe a petty theft here or there and as can be expected the region was pretty fired up Today these two abominations to the human race are still reviled and despised In fact Karla I will not call her Ms Homolka cannot return to the province I live in even though she is a free woman due to the immeasurable amounts of death threats she still receives to this day My personal geographic connection to the murders is likely the reason I chose this novel as my first exposure to the true crime genre My obsession with the way the mind of a psychopath works was desperate to be given so I started here at the suggestion of a random email I got suggesting the top five novels on psychopaths The beginning of Williams novels reads entirely different than the end At the end where Williams was actually present for the court case it reads like a well developed true crime novel At the beginning where Williams had no choice but to go on hyperbole and second hand information the novel was a little choppy to read using sentences like she had started going with this guy and Karla really liked Person A he was super cool I felt like I was reading a story written by a twelve year old occasionally interspersed with big words they had looked up in a dictionary but the information was fascinating and I was able to overlook the juvenile telling Once the adult sized Williams took over the story was a little cohesive with a better flow Both characters are examined in detail along with their obviously damaged personal histories The novel provided me with information that has been purposely kept from Canadian media and of course that is the most fascinating bit The mismanagement of this case by every legal governmental and even policing body in this area does not give me confidence and in fact this is still a matter that is joked about today Overall this novel provided me with a solid sojourn into the true crime genre It obviously had a powerful effect on me knowing I had been to some of the places as the killers was creepy and finding out the body parts of one of the victims had been buried merely kilometres away from my front door was even worse but the in depth look into the minds of two of the most notorious Canadian psychopaths was just what I was looking for A solid 35 stars for the disjointed nature of the novel but definitely worth a read

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Pping imprisonment and the murder of high school girls to satisfy their sexual craving Unlike Burnside and Cairns attempt to play the journalistic integrity card yet still try to tell this story Williams chooses not only to forgo the Crown s publication ban and lay out every disgusting detail of the crimes but also every disgusting detail of the unholy shitshow of a police investigation that followed Trust me You know absolutely nothing about Karla Homolka and Paul Bernardo if you ve not read this book What I love about it most however is Williams Capote esue writing style This man has been dragged through the Canadian courts multiple times charged with crimes than Karla and Paul together and shunned by traditional tabloid crime journalists for his unwavering determination to tell the whole story despite publication bans and the hurt feelings of inept investigators and solicitors Yet unlike the typical true crime rags with the gory pictures in the middle the murderabilic euivalent of Harleuin romance novels Williams is able to maintain his literary integrity by giving us a full cast of characters Not only does he outline all the major and minor players in the initial investigations indictments and hearings but he develops these characters fully and honestly in order to tell the parallel story of the ineptitude ulterior motivation and at times downright stupidity of almost every single decision made by anyone with an inkling of authority Clearly Williams would be reviled by his peers for having access to information they did not and writing about it not without impunity but it also only makes sense that he would be reviled by the entire Green Ribbon Task Force and the Canadian Correctional system for exposing their true deal with a devil that never needed to be made in the first place My only problem with Williams Dude you need to let go of non seuitur I know I know As a wannabe writer I have my secret crushes on phrases and words but if you were paid by the number of times you used that phrase you d be able to pay all your court costs and debt and retire to Montserrat yourself Luvs


10 thoughts on “Invisible Darkness The Strange Case Of Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka

  1. says:

    “Invisible Darkness The Horrifying Case of Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka” by Stephen Williams tells the real life true crime horror story that took place in the 90s The author was one of the only journalists allowed in the court room and he tells the story in its entirety from the couple’s initial meeting to their despicable crimes right through to the court case and the verdictIn 1992 I was ten years old There was no Internet as w

  2. says:

    This book is really infuriating actually because Homolka who was probably culpable than Bernardo and should have spent the rest of he

  3. says:

    Oh my lord I like to boast about America doing things bigger and better but you aren't playing around with your serial killers Canada I first heard about Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka from my husband who gave me the basics of the story which of course led to a wikipedia rabbit hole situation and eventually led to me re

  4. says:

    I decided to read another true crime story and this one popped up on my recommendation so I picked it up It was a few years back when I learned about Karla and Paul in my favorite crime site which is no longer available I was engross

  5. says:

    It just did not seem possible that such a well educated well adjusted congenial young man like Paul Bernado could be responsible for such horrible crimes It's the same old story The cops were incompetant I've read a lot of true crim

  6. says:

    It is very difficult to write a true crime novel in this day and age without having it be sensationalist and I won't go so

  7. says:

    Disturbing Period I'd never read it again and want it out of my house as soon as possible It's not the author or the writ

  8. says:

    Unlike Burnside and Cairns' attempt to play the journalistic integrity card yet still try to tell this story Williams cho

  9. says:

    Oy Where do I startI always found the BarnardoHomolka case interesting I first heard about it on an episode of Autopsy on HBO a num

  10. says:

    I reluctantly give this book 5 stars How can I really rate this book when I've never read any others on the case Anyway from what I gleaned from it I really enjoyed kind of reading it I am not going to bother explaining what the book is about By now you probably know Rather I'll just make a few short commentsO

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