And at least by hanging around a playground, those Nazi punks all look like pedophiles -- though we're not sure who is giving who a bad name there.
A Chicago Post Office Is Built On The Bones Of The First American Serial Killer's Victims
Welcome to the Englewood Post Office in Chicago. This is a place where your mail gets sorted if you live in the 60621 zip code. You can also buy stamps. They're quite busy around the holidays.
Not even one postal worker there has shot up the place.
The Horror It Hides:
Before it became a post office, this Chicago block was once the site of the "H.H. Holmes Murder Castle," which sounds like something out of a parlor game your Great Aunt Margie made up. The reality is much, much freakier.
H.H. Holmes (no relation to the detective) was a typical business owner, if typical business owners change their names and families on a regular basis and are also America's first serial killer. When he arrived in Chicago in 1887, Holmes was able to cheaply purchase a drugstore in Englewood whose owner happened to have vanished around the time he showed up. Over the next few years, he set out to acquire more buildings on his block until he was able to rebuild all of it into "The Castle," named for its distinct style and because it was fancier than your typical adobe shack.
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"Build a dungeon in a house, they call the police. But build a dungeon in a castle ..."