H. H. Holmes Murder Castle Prints

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H. H. Holmes Murder Castle Prints

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In 1886, H. H. Holmes built what would become known as his "Murder Castle", a block-long hotel which he used to capture, torture, and kill up to 200 people, mostly young women visiting the Chicago World's Fair. This illustration was created based on blueprints of the actual Murder Castle, accurately portraying what the hotel looked like and how Holmes used it to aid him in murdering his victims, then articulating their skeletons for sale to local universities. To learn more about H. H. Holmes and the creation of this illustration, read the blog post here.

 

Limited Edition 18" x 24" prints are part of a run of 250, signed and numbered. 12"x 12" prints are signed. If you have any questions, or wish to inquire about purchasing the original ink drawing, please don't hesitate to contact me at hollycarden@gmail.com.

 

 

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