Murderers similar to or like Charles Schmid
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- The story is loosely based on the serial killer Charles Schmid, also known as "The Pied Piper of Tucson".
- John Gilmore's second 1996 release received praise from the New York Times Book Review for his story on the life and crimes of multiple murderer, Charles Schmid.
- It is based on the true crimes of serial killer Charles Schmid in the 1960s.
- Maria L. Higgins owned the town house in 1906, before it was separated into apartments, and sold it to Charles Schmid.
- It was inspired by three Tucson, Arizona murders committed by Charles Schmid, which were profiled in Life magazine in an article written by Don Moser on March 4, 1966.
- He later directed theatrical films in various genres such as The Todd Killings in 1971 (based on the serial killer Charles Schmid), the blaxploitation film Across 110th Street in 1972, and the western The Deadly Trackers in 1973.
- The film, directed by Barry Shear, is based on murders committed by Charles Schmid in Tucson in the 1960s.
- *Charles Schmid (1942–1975), serial killer known as "The Pied Piper of Tucson"
- Smooth Talk is a 1985 American drama film directed by Joyce Chopra, loosely based on Joyce Carol Oates' 1966 short story "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?", which was in turn inspired by the Tucson murders committed by Charles Schmid.
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