Carl Panzram: Too Evil to Live, Part II
This article was written using official prison records, court transcripts, police department records, various newspaper accounts, the written confession of Carl Panzram as published in Killer: A Journal of Murder by Thomas E. Gaddis and James O. Long, as well as the following sources:
Anzenberger, Joanne P.O., Stamford Police Department, Conn., who provided police records and original research into Panzram's crimes in the State of Connecticut.
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