This week, we head to Dusseldorf to meet its infamous "vampire," Peter Kurten. A man who kept the police, the press, and the public guessing as he went on a reign of terror across the city. Plus, confused stomachs, monkey warnings, and a gaggle of Gertrudes.And remember: there are monsters out there.
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