|Righteous Carnage: The List Murders|
|Covers of the 1991 and 2000 edition.|
|Author(s)|| Timothy B. Benford |
James P. Johnson
|Alternate title(s)||Righteous Carnage: The List Murders in Westfield|
Righteous Carnage: The List Murders is a book by Timothy B. Benford and James P. Johnson, published by Scribner, New York City, NY, in 1991. It was republished by toExcel, Lincoln, NE, in 2000 under the title Righteous Carnage: The List Murders in Westfield.
At about 9 oclock on the morning of November 9, 1971, soon after sending her three children off to school, Helen List sat in the kitchen drinking a cup of coffee. She was still in her nightgown and slippers.John List came up behind her and put a 9mm German-made Steyr automatic pistol to the side of her head and fired once. She died instantly. The bullet smashed into the opposite wall... John made his way up the stairs to the third floor where his 85-year old mother, Alma, wearing a housedress, was preparing breakfast in her efficiency kitchenShe was standing near the storage room that adjoined her kitchen when a 9mm bullet ripped through the side of her scull. Alma List was dead before her body crumpled in a heap on the floorThe righteous carnage had begun.
Table of contentsEdit
|1 – Summer 1970||7|
|2 – 1971||19|
|3 – December 1971||28|
|8 – Fall 1930||83|
|About the Author||311|
*Page numbers taken from 2000 edition.