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  • It's the mid-1990s in Baltimore, a city so  ravaged by drugs and violence some sections  

    這是1990年代中期的巴爾的摩,一個被毒品和暴力蹂躪的城市,有些地區

  • resemble a dystopian movie. It's close to  one of those rundown places where a tall,  

    類似於一部反烏托邦電影。它靠近那些破舊的地方,那裡有一個高大的。

  • 450-pound man named Joe Metheny runs an open-pit  pork and beef stand on the weekends. It's so  

    名為喬-梅特尼的450磅的男子在週末經營一個露天的豬肉和牛肉攤。它是如此

  • popular that on some afternoons people queue to  be served up one of his famous tasty burgers

    在一些下午,人們排隊等候上他著名的美味漢堡包。

  • What they don't know is that a couple of years  after they consumed that delicious piece of meat  

    他們不知道的是,在他們吃了那塊美味的肉之後的幾年裡

  • encased between two lightly grilled bunsthey'll discover they were eating people

    包在兩個輕度烤制的麵包之間,他們會發現他們在吃人。

  • As with many of our serial killer storieswe'll start with childhood since in most cases  

    與我們的許多連環殺手故事一樣,我們將從童年開始,因為在大多數情況下

  • it's during the criminal's formative  years where you find clues as to  

    在罪犯的成長過程中,你會發現一些線索,如

  • what drove the person to do what they did. The problem with Metheny's story is that there  

    是什麼驅使這個人去做他們所做的事情。梅特尼的故事的問題是,有

  • are conflicting reports. Metheny himself said  his childhood wasn't a happy one at all. He said  

    是相互矛盾的報告。梅特尼本人說他的童年根本不是一個快樂的童年。他說

  • his alcoholic father often abandoned the family  when he was just a kid and his mother was hardly  

    他的酗酒父親在他還是個孩子的時候就經常拋棄家庭,而他的母親也幾乎不在身邊。

  • ever around because she worked double shifts  in an effort to look after her six children

    因為她為了照顧她的六個孩子而做兩班倒的工作。

  • His conclusion is that he was neglected. Maybe  that was true, maybe it wasn't. When he was  

    他的結論是,他被忽視了。也許那是真的,也許不是。當他是

  • eventually arrested for his crimes, he said he  hadn't seen any of his brothers or sisters for  

    最終因犯罪被捕,他說他已經很久沒有見到他的兄弟姐妹了。

  • many years and both his mom and pop were dead. This wasn't true. His mother was found,  

    多年來,他的媽媽和爸爸都已經去世了。這不是真的。他的母親被找到了。

  • and she said, “Maybe he just wishes I wasHe pushed his family away a long time ago.” 

    和她說,"也許他只是希望我是。 他很久以前就把他的家人推開了。"

  • She explained how it was true that her  son just took off, but his family life  

    她解釋說,她的兒子剛剛起飛是事實,但他的家庭生活

  • wasn't all that bad, and he was an  intelligent kid. She denied that  

    他並不是那麼糟糕,而且他是個聰明的孩子。她否認了這一點

  • he'd ever been in any foster homes, while he  said he'd been passed around plenty of them

    他說他曾經在任何寄養家庭中生活過,而他卻說他被轉了很多家。

  • What is certain, though, is that he had  a homicidal rage that drove him to commit  

    但可以肯定的是,他有一股殺人的怒火,驅使他去殺人。

  • some very heinous crimes and in his own words,  “enjoyed it.” It's also true that from a young  

    一些非常令人髮指的罪行,用他自己的話說,"樂在其中"。這也是事實,從一個年輕的

  • age he spent just about all his time taking  drugs, namely heroin and crack cocaine

    在這個年齡段,他幾乎所有的時間都在吸毒,即海洛因和快克可卡因。

  • What led to this addiction we can't say, but  things started to go wrong for him when he was  

    是什麼導致了這種成癮,我們不能說,但事情開始出錯時,他是

  • six. That's when his father crashed his car and  died. From then on, his mother worked pretty much  

    六。就在那時,他的父親撞了車,死了。從那時起,他的母親幾乎一直在工作

  • night and day, sometimes as a waitress, sometimes  as a barmaid, sometimes as a canteen truck driver

    夜以繼日,有時做服務員,有時做酒吧女郎,有時做食堂卡車司機。

  • Despite being a very large kid, he was scared of  violence and didn't like to fight when prompted to  

    儘管他是一個非常大的孩子,但他害怕暴力,不喜歡在被催促時打架

  • do so. “He wasn't a mean kid at all. He was always  polite to everybody,” his mother later said.  

    這樣做。"他根本就不是一個刻薄的孩子。他總是對每個人都很有禮貌,"他的母親後來說。

  • He was also bright at school, but instead of  pursuing academic success, he joined the army

    他在學校也很聰明,但他沒有追求學術上的成功,而是加入了軍隊。

  • After serving in Germany, he  said he was sent to Vietnam.  

    他說,在德國服役後,他被派往越南。

  • It's there he said he was introduced to heroin  and that's how he got a taste for opioids. Still,  

    他說,正是在那裡,他被介紹給了海洛因,這就是他對阿片類藥物產生興趣的原因。仍然如此。

  • there's some doubt if he even served in Vietnam. What's a nailed-on fact is in the mid-70s he  

    有一些人懷疑他是否曾在越南服役。一個確切的事實是,在70年代中期,他

  • was already a junky. That's when he lost all  contact with his family. His mother later said,  

    已經是個癮君子了。就在那時,他與家人失去了所有聯繫。他的母親後來說。

  • He just kept drifting further and further away.  I think the worst thing that ever happened to  

    "他只是不斷地越走越遠。 我認為發生在他身上最糟糕的事情是

  • him was drugs. It's a sad, sad story.” Sad indeed, because this once-bright  

    他是毒品。這是一個可悲、可嘆的故事。"確實很悲哀,因為這個曾經輝煌的

  • kid turned heroin and crack fiend was about  to cozy up to doing very, very bad things,  

    孩子變成了海洛因和可卡因的狂熱者,即將愜意地做非常、非常糟糕的事情。

  • as the body of headless young woman would  prove, among other terrible crimes he committed

    正如無頭少女的屍體所證明的那樣,他還犯下了其他可怕的罪行。

  • To know when all this violence started we can look  to Metheny's long confessional pieces of writing.  

    要知道這一切暴力是什麼時候開始的,我們可以看一下梅特尼的長篇懺悔文章。

  • He said that July 1994 was when he finally lost  the plot. Sure, he was known before that as a  

    他說,1994年7月是他最終迷失的時候。當然,在那之前他是以一個

  • heavy-drinking, drug-taking man who liked  to hang around some of the meanest streets,  

    酗酒、吸食毒品的人,喜歡在一些最卑鄙的街道上閒逛。

  • but those that knew him ironically asTiny”  said he was always friendly and polite

    但那些諷刺地稱他為 "Tiny "的人說他總是很友好,很有禮貌。

  • That July something snapped in him. He  got home one day to find his wife and son  

    那年7月,他心裡有了些許感觸。有一天,他回到家發現他的妻子和兒子

  • gone. She'd taken anything of value from the house  and vanished. This is how Metheny described it

    消失了。她從房子裡拿走了任何有價值的東西,然後消失了。梅特尼是這樣描述的。

  • “I was a truck driver. I was working overtime  this one night. Then I got off and went home as I  

    "我是一名卡車司機。有一天晚上我正在加班。然後我下車回家了,因為我

  • always did. But when I opened the door and turned  on the light, I noticed there was nothing there.” 

    總是這樣。但當我打開門,打開燈時,我發現那裡什麼都沒有。"

  • He said he didn't care much that she was missingsince like him, her main focus in life revolved  

    他說他並不太關心她的失蹤,因為她和他一樣,生活中的主要焦點圍繞著

  • around little hard, white rocks that providetemporary feeling of euphoria. What drove him  

    圍繞著堅硬的白色小石頭,提供暫時的欣快感。是什麼驅使他

  • mad was the fact she'd taken his kid with her. Metheny says six months later she was busted  

    瘋狂的是她帶著他的孩子。梅特尼說,6個月後,她被逮捕了

  • for drugs along with the man that had become  her pimp. The child was subsequently moved  

    她和那個已經成為她的皮條客的男人一起為毒品而工作。這名兒童隨後被轉移

  • into care and his wife and her pimp were  back out on the streets. Metheny explained

    進入護理,他的妻子和她的皮條客又回到了街頭。梅特尼解釋說。

  • “I took it upon myself with the hatred  I had for these two who lost my son,  

    "我帶著對這兩個失去我兒子的人的仇恨,自作主張。

  • to go looking for them. I had found out  from someone that they were going under  

    去找他們。我從別人那裡得知,他們要被淘汰了。

  • that bridge and getting high with some homeless.” The place he mentioned was actually home to a kind  

    那座橋,和一些無家可歸的人一起嗑藥。"他提到的那個地方實際上是一種

  • of tent city underneath Baltimore's Hanover  Street Bridge. There he didn't find his wife,  

    巴爾的摩漢諾威街橋下的帳篷城。在那裡,他沒有找到他的妻子。

  • but he did see two men that in his own words were  “passed out on some stinking mattress.” They were  

    但他確實看到了兩個人,用他自己的話說是 "昏倒在某個發臭的床墊上"。他們是

  • Randall Brewer and Randy Piker, and they both  died after Metheny bludgeoned them with an ax

    蘭德爾-布魯爾和蘭迪-皮克,他們都是在梅特尼用斧頭敲打他們之後死亡的。

  • That same night he says he lured a woman down to  the same spot on the promise of some free drugs.  

    同一天晚上,他說他把一個女人引誘到同一個地方,承諾提供一些免費的毒品。

  • He said in exchange for information about his  missing wife she could get high on his account,  

    他說,作為對他失蹤妻子資訊的交換,她可以在他的賬戶上獲得高額回報。

  • except she was not forthcoming with any  information. For that, Metheny killed her.  

    但她不願意提供任何資訊。為此,梅特尼殺了她。

  • Not long after, he lured another vulnerable drug  addict down to the bridge and killed her, too

    不久之後,他把另一個脆弱的吸毒者引到橋下,也把她殺了。

  • The bodies were mounting up, and then another  person became the victim of Metheny's rage. Just  

    屍體越來越多,然後又有一個人成為梅特尼怒火的受害者。只是

  • as he was trying to dispose of the two women's  bodies, he noticed that a man who was fishing had  

    在他試圖處理這兩個女人的屍體時,他注意到一個正在釣魚的男人已經

  • spotted him. Metheny let go of the body, picked  up a steel pipe, and raced down towards the man

    發現了他。梅特尼放開屍體,拿起一根鋼管,朝那人狂奔下去。

  • Metheny explained how things went after that: “That was a very busy night for me,  

    梅特尼解釋了那之後的事情。"那是一個對我來說非常忙碌的夜晚。

  • 5 murders within about 7 hours. I washed  up in that river and cleaned up the crime  

    在大約7小時內發生了5起謀殺案。我在那條河裡洗了個澡,清理了犯罪。

  • scene as much as I could, then left. 2 1/2  weeks later I was arrested and charged with  

    儘可能多的現場,然後離開。兩個半星期後,我被逮捕並被指控

  • the murders of the 2 men I chopped up.” You're probably now wondering how this  

    我砍死的那兩個人的謀殺案"。你現在可能想知道這怎麼

  • extremely violent man managed to make people  into burgers after being arrested for murder.  

    極度暴力的男子在因謀殺被捕後設法將人做成漢堡。

  • The plain answer is after spending 18 months  in Baltimore City Jail the case was thrown  

    簡單的答案是,在巴爾的摩市監獄呆了18個月後,這個案子被扔了。

  • out of court because of a lack of evidence. Once a free man, he got his old job back as  

    由於缺乏證據,他被法庭駁回。一旦成為自由人,他又找回了他的老本行,成為

  • a forklift driver at Joe Stein & Son Pallet CoHis boss was kind enough to let him live on the  

    在Joe Stein & Son Pallet Co.公司做叉車司機,他的老闆很好,讓他住在這裡。

  • premises in a trailer, and that's where some  terrible things happened. On the promise that  

    在一個拖車中的房舍,而這就是一些可怕的事情發生的地方。在承諾

  • he'd ensure no one broke into the factory, his  boss handed him the keys. In Metheny's own words,  

    他要確保沒有人闖入工廠,他的老闆把鑰匙交給了他。用梅特尼自己的話說。

  • The company was on a dead-end road and was very  isolated. It was perfect for what I wanted to do.” 

    "該公司位於一條死衚衕,非常孤立。它非常適合我想做的事情。"

  • What he wanted to do was kill again. If the  first murder spree had happened out of some  

    他想做的是再次殺人。如果第一次謀殺案是出於某種原因而發生的

  • kind of blind rage, now he wanted to do it  because he'd discovered he enjoyed it. He  

    盲目的憤怒,現在他想這樣做,因為他發現自己喜歡這樣。他

  • admitted as much later in court, saying,  “I got a very . . . got a rush out of it,  

    後來在法庭上也承認了這一點,他說:"我有一種非常......的興奮感。

  • got a high out of it. Call it what you want. I had  no real excuse why other than I like to do it.” 

    從中得到了一種興奮。隨你怎麼說。我沒有真正的藉口,除了我喜歡這樣做。"

  • Now we'll explain how his  addiction to killing evolved

    現在我們來解釋一下他的殺人成癮是如何演變的。

  • In the year 1995, a 23-year old woman named  Kimberly Spicer could be seen on a video taken  

    1995年,一位名叫金伯利-斯派塞的23歲女性可以在一段視頻中看到她的名字。

  • by her sister when the two were visiting their  father in hospital prior to him having surgery.  

    她的姐姐在父親做手術前去醫院看望他時,被他的姐姐發現。

  • The sister asks Kim what she's doing since  she looks to be in some sort of trance.  

    姐姐問金在做什麼,因為她看起來處於某種恍惚狀態。

  • Kim responds, “I'm looking out the harbor  window, wishing I was on the boat.” 

    金回答說:"我正看著港口的窗戶,希望我在船上。"

  • Her dream of sailing away was likely due to the  fact that she was addicted to crack cocaine.  

    她揚帆遠航的夢想很可能是由於她對可卡因上癮的事實。

  • That's why not long after that video was  taken, she walked into the world of the  

    這就是為什麼在拍攝那段視頻後不久,她就走進了 "世界"。

  • man who was going to take her life. It's likely she met Metheny in a bar,  

    這個人將會奪走她的生命。她很可能是在一個酒吧裡遇到了梅特尼。

  • the kind of place where he spent his $7 an hour  when he wasn't out buying drugs. It was there  

    當他沒有出去買毒品時,他在那裡度過他的7美元一小時。它是在那裡

  • that the predator scoured the faces of women  looking for the most vulnerable. The thing was,  

    掠奪者在婦女的臉上尋找最脆弱的一面。事情是這樣的。

  • no one expected him to be a killer. Kim had an older sister who worked in  

    沒有人想到他是一個殺手。金有一個姐姐,她的工作是在

  • one of the bars where Metheny frequented. This  sister once said, “Nobody would have thought it.  

    梅特尼經常去的一個酒吧。這位姐姐曾說:"沒有人會想到。

  • He was so mannerly, saying 'thank you' and  'please' all the time. My sister once even  

    他很有風度,一直在說 "謝謝 "和 "請"。我姐姐有一次甚至

  • said to me she felt sorry for him.” That was her fatal mistake,  

    她對我說,她為他感到難過"。這是她致命的錯誤。

  • because one night she ended up in his trailer  and that was the last night of her life.  

    因為有一天晚上,她在他的拖車裡結束了生命,那是她生命中的最後一夜。

  • Her body was later discovered buried not far from  the trailer. This plot, if you can call it that,  

    她的屍體後來被發現埋在離拖車不遠的地方。這個情節,如果你可以這樣稱呼它的話。

  • wasn't far away from the buried body ofprostitute that Metheny had murdered much earlier

    離梅特尼在更早的時候謀殺的妓女的埋葬屍體不遠。

  • That was the body of Cathy Ann Magaziner, a  woman who Metheny killed, buried, but then  

    那是凱西-安-馬加茲納的屍體,梅特尼殺死了這個女人,並將其埋葬,但後來又

  • for some warped reason he exhumed her body to  remove the head. He later said in court, “I just  

    出於某種扭曲的原因,他挖出了她的屍體,取出了頭部。他後來在法庭上說,"我只是

  • took the head and threw it in a box in the trash.” He also later admitted to chopping up the bodies  

    拿走了頭顱,並把它扔進了垃圾箱。"他後來還承認砍掉了屍體

  • and storing some of themeatin Tupperware  bowls which he then put in a freezer. That's  

    並將一些 "肉 "儲存在特百惠的碗裡,然後放在冰箱裡。這就是

  • when he got the idea to start a meat stand on  the weekends and offer burgers to passersby  

    當他有了在週末開一個肉攤並向路人提供漢堡包的想法時。

  • and the occasional trucker. Again, you need to  hear this from the horse's mouth. Metheny said

    和偶爾的卡車司機。再說一遍,你需要從馬的嘴裡聽到這些。梅特尼說。

  • “I had real roast beef and pork sandwiches  and why not they were very good. The human  

    "我吃了真正的烤牛肉和豬肉三明治,為什麼不呢,它們非常好吃。人類

  • body taste was very similar to pork. If you mix it  together no one can tell the difference.” He said  

    身體的味道與豬肉非常相似。如果你把它混在一起,沒有人能夠分辨出區別。"他說

  • everything was going great, explaining that the  sandwiches, which people told him had a peculiar  

    他解釋說,人們告訴他,這些三明治有一種奇特的味道。

  • but amazing taste, were selling really wellThe thing was, he ran out of hisspecial meat”. 

    但味道驚人,賣得非常好。 問題是,他的 "特殊肉 "用完了。

  • He went out once again to the streets looking for  prey. He found what he was looking for when he met  

    他再次走到街上尋找獵物。他找到了他要找的東西,因為他遇到了

  • a young woman named Rita Kemper. She was happy  to go back to his trailer and share his drugs,  

    一個名叫麗塔-坎普的年輕女子。她很高興回到他的拖車,並分享他的毒品。

  • but when his giant frame got too  close to her, she made a run for it

    但當他巨大的身軀離她太近時,她就跑開了。

  • As you know, this trailer was in a dark  place pretty much out of sight of everything,  

    如你所知,這個拖車是在一個黑暗的地方,幾乎看不到任何東西。

  • and although Kemper managed to get a certain  distance away, he caught up with her and beat her.  

    儘管肯普設法離開了一定的距離,但他還是追上了她並打了她。

  • He dragged her kicking and screaming back  to the trailer. Once there he looked at her  

    他把她又踢又叫地拖回了拖車。一到那裡,他就看著她

  • menacingly and said, “I'm going to kill you and  bury you in the woods with the other girls.” 

    氣勢洶洶地說:"我要殺了你,把你和其他女孩一起埋在樹林裡。"

  • He later admitted that it was after a momentary  lapse of concentration that she escaped again,  

    他後來承認,是在一時失神後,她又逃了出來。

  • this time managing to find a way out  of the nightmarish factory grounds.  

    這一次,他設法找到了離開這個噩夢般的工廠的方法。

  • Metheny explained in detail how this happened: “There was an 8-foot chain-link fence with  

    梅特尼詳細解釋了這種情況的發生。"有一個8英尺長的鏈式圍欄,上面有

  • barbwire on top of it around the front of the  company. There was a stack of wooden pallets  

    圍繞著公司的前面,上面有鐵絲網。有一摞木製托盤

  • next to the fence about 10 feet high.”  He said shescaled those pallets like  

    旁邊的柵欄大約有10英尺高"。 他說,她 "爬上那些托盤,就像

  • a monkey and jumped the fence, and ran down to  the main road where some guy in a pickup truck  

    一隻猴子跳過柵欄,跑到主幹道上,在那裡有一個開著皮卡的人。

  • picked her up and took her to a nearby  gas station where they called the cops.” 

    把她抱起來,帶到附近的一個加油站,在那裡他們報了警。"

  • He knew now that he was done. Metheny says he  gathered all of Kemper's clothes and calmly  

    他現在知道,他已經完了。梅特尼說,他收集了肯普的所有衣服,並平靜地

  • walked to the gates that he'd earlier locked  to prevent her from getting out. Just then  

    走到他早先為防止她出去而鎖上的門前。就在這時

  • a cop pulled up in a car. A man got out and  pointed a gun at Metheny. In his own words,  

    一個警察開著車來了。一個人下了車,用槍指著梅特尼。用他自己的話說。

  • That is where it all came to an end.” What Metheny failed to mention in his own story  

    "這就是一切結束的地方。"梅特尼在他自己的故事中沒有提到的是

  • was what he said to the cop. This was Baltimore  City police Officer Timothy Utzig, who explained  

    是他對警察說的。這是巴爾的摩市警官蒂莫西-烏齊格,他解釋說

  • in court how their interaction went. As soon as  Metheny was cuffed and in the back of the car,  

    在法庭上他們的互動情況如何。梅特尼一被銬上手銬,在車後座上。

  • he looked at Utzig and said, “You don't have to be  scared.” Utzig, surprised, seeing as Metheny was  

    他看著烏茨格說,"你不必害怕"。烏齊格很驚訝,看到梅特尼是

  • in handcuffs, said don't worry pal, I'm not  scared. Metheny replied, “You ought to be.” 

    戴著手銬,說別擔心,夥計,我不害怕。梅特尼回答說,"你應該害怕"。

  • Kemper told police that Metheny had told her  he was going to kill her and bury her next to  

    Kemper告訴警方,Metheny曾告訴她,他要殺了她,並把她埋葬在她身邊。

  • his trailer just as he'd done to those two  other women. Sure enough, police soon found  

    他的拖車,就像他對另外兩個女人做的那樣。果然,警察很快發現

  • the bodies, including one with a missing skull. Metheny told police that he'd killed more women,  

    屍體,包括一具缺失頭骨的屍體。梅特尼告訴警方,他殺了更多的女人。

  • and was indicted but not convicted for one  of those confessions. It's likely in total  

    並因其中一個供詞被起訴但未被定罪。這很可能是在總

  • he murdered 10 women, most of them drug  addicts, the homeless, or prostitutes

    他謀殺了10名婦女,其中大部分是吸毒者、無家可歸者或妓女。

  • Police just didn't have the evidence to convict  him of any more murders even though chances  

    警方只是沒有證據對他的任何謀殺行為進行定罪,即使有機會

  • were he was telling the truth. Unfortunatelysometimes when the poorest and most vulnerable  

    是他說的是實話。不幸的是,有時當最貧窮和最脆弱的人

  • in society go missing, what some academics have  called theless deadpeople, investigations are  

    在社會上失蹤的人,也就是一些學者所說的 "死得少 "的人,調查的結果是

  • often lax or hardly even started. Less dead  people are also often not reported missing

    往往不嚴格,甚至幾乎沒有開始。死得少的人也經常不報告失蹤。

  • The jury is still out as to if he really  did kill that many people. His attorney,  

    至於他是否真的殺了那麼多人,目前還沒有陪審團。他的律師。

  • Margaret A. Mead, who once said he was  kind and gentle when he spoke to her,  

    瑪格麗特-A-米德(Margaret A. Mead),她曾經說過,他和她說話時很親切,很溫和。

  • thinks he likely did. She said in an interview,  “I have no reason not to believe him.  

    她認為他很可能做到了。她在一次採訪中說:"我沒有理由不相信他。

  • I have always found him to be forthright  and honest. I think he's telling the truth.” 

    我一直認為他是直率和誠實的。我認為他說的是實話。"

  • Metheny was sentenced to death in 1998, aged 43.  That sentence was later overturned because of a  

    梅特尼於1998年被判處死刑,當時43歲。 這一判決後來被推翻,因為有一個

  • technicality and he was given life without  chance of parole. While incarcerated at the  

    由於技術原因,他被判處終身監禁,沒有假釋的機會。在被監禁在

  • Western Correctional Institution he was found dead  in his cell, just short of twenty years into his  

    他被發現死在自己的牢房裡,當時他剛服刑不到20年。

  • sentence. During his imprisonment he'd put pen to  paper many times, once offering the stark warning

    判決。在他被監禁期間,他多次提筆寫下,有一次提出了嚴厲的警告。

  • Next time you're riding down the road and you  happen to see an open-pit beef stand that you've  

    "下次你在路上騎行時,碰巧看到一個露天的牛肉攤,你已經

  • never seen before, make sure you think about this  story before you take a bite of that sandwich.  

    從未見過,在你咬下那塊三明治之前,請確保你想一想這個故事。

  • Sometimes you never know who  you may be eating. Ha! Ha!” 

    有時你永遠不知道你可能在吃誰。哈!哈!"

  • Now you need to watch, “Brutal True Story of  What They Didn't Tell You About the Burger  

    現在你需要看,"他們沒有告訴你的關於漢堡的殘酷真實故事

  • Chef Massacre.” Or, have a look at, “My  Nice Neighbor (Serial Killer - True Crime)”

    廚師大屠殺"。或者,看一看,"我的好鄰居(連環殺手--真實犯罪)"

It's the mid-1990s in Baltimore, a city so  ravaged by drugs and violence some sections  

這是1990年代中期的巴爾的摩,一個被毒品和暴力蹂躪的城市,有些地區

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