A detailed account of Toronto's only serial murderer whose exploits have not, at least until now, been known or ever publicized. This is the veritable account of a man named Armstrong, who, even now, as he once remained behind bars, waits to be let loose. This man of madness is about to be set free, to be released upon the streets of Toronto if not every city, town and village of this universe. The man named Armstrong remains among us waiting to be set free, waiting for his time to kill.
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The man of absolute judgment, the Paraclete of Unholy Destruction bears the weapon held righteously above his head. The blade of purification descends down, as it once did, upon the unsuspecting heads and innocent streets of a city named Toronto. The city has now as it once did become awash with the blood of victims chosen by 'The Machete Murderer' to suffer the pains of their iniquity. Women of this clean and upstanding city are made to pay for their sins and to endure the passion of this man's perversity. The Machete Murderer comes with a blade that is sharpened now furbished, now sent forcefully flying by a madman upon those walking innocenty down the secret and silent passages of one killer's mind. This man whose name is Armstrong has, this time, been caught but not after butchering several citizens of a city named Toronto. As glorious all the gore seems to be, this book is told more as a historical account nonetheless, and not merely told as a tale of the criminal.
Too, is told an indefinable tale of a most unholy and profane interpretation of one man along with his concept of justice, righteousness and holiness. It is here the reader shall endure the pain along with all the inexorable suffering of one man's mind as he seeks to hang himself both high and near to the absolute and holy presence of a amn named Christ! One man's passion therefore becomes another's unbearable madness, witnessed then by 'The Machete Murders' crimes, which in truth are committed with purpose, with purity and the highest degree of unbearable passion. Volume I of 'The Happy Hour' shall tell the reader why The Machete Murderer must kill. Volume II shall relate the details of how and why this man cannot ever be stopped by anyone! Combining the most esoteric aspects of criminality, horror and spirituality ever related - combining secret and sacrilegious details told with such overbearing and overwhelming description, this, then, is the book to be read by one and all! In truth, this is the one narration to be purchased, read and understood by anyone venturing forth, this very moment, upon the streets not only of Toronto, but any communal gathering, rural town, village or city of this universe!
This one of a kind description containing three works of discourse must be read by anyone of this world wishing to know and to understand the truth of a man destined as he is, but soon to become many if he is not stopped! "The Happy Hour" awaits the
reader' most urgent attention.
Be seeing you. Stephen