|Lords Of Chaos
It was big news in Ft. Myers, Florida when an abandoned historic building was destroyed by vandals in a spectacular blast. Behind it lay the Lords of Chaos, a band of teenage misfits led by Kevin Foster, 18, a vicious hatemonger who idolized Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh and was known as "God" to his five-man gang.
Vortex Of Violence
The explosion was only one episode in a month-long crime spree that began with vandalism and theft, escalating into what a local sheriff later called "a vortex of bloodlust and arson." The rampage culminated in the brutal shotgun murder of high school band director Mark Schwebes, 32. Police busted the gang before they could unleash a planned racist mass murder at Disney World--but their leader wasn't done yet.
Compulsion To Kill
Author Jim Greenhill conducted extensive interviews with Kevin Foster on Florida's Death Row. In an astounding development, Greenhill was solicited by the prisoner and his mother Ruby Foster to arrange the killings of three witnesses, leading to a new case against Foster in 2002. Here is the chilling inside story of how a pack of teenage losers found a way to succeed--at murder...
16 Pages Of Shocking Photos
Jim Greenhill is a journalist whose work has won regional and national awards. His work has appeared in The News-Press, a Gannett newspaper in Fort Myers, USA Today, and numerous other publications. He is currently a staff writer at The Durango Herald in Durango, Colorado, and a deployed Army National Guardsman stationed abroad. He wrote Fire in the Sky, an award-winning account of Colorado's 2002 Missionary Ridge Fire, voted Best Nonfiction Essay Book in 2003 by the Colorado Independent Publishers Association.