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The Windy City Demon

Herman Webster Mudgett alias Dr. H.H. Holmes was made famous by Erik Larson's bestselling book "Devil in The White City". This extremely intelligent sociopath roamed many previously undiscovered locations in the Chicago Loop looking for swindle and murder victims. Find out Where!

  • 1.

    Introduction

    Introduction

    An introduction to the story of H.H. Holmes and this adventure

  • 2.

    The Monon Building

    The Monon Building

    Holmes' A.B.C. Copier Co.

  • 3.

    Siegel, Cooper & Co.

    Siegel, Cooper & Co.

    H.H Holmes meets third wife, Georgiana Yoke

  • 4.

    The Palmer House

    The Palmer House

    H.H. Holmes used the landmark hotel to hobnob with Chicago movers and shakers

  • 5.

    George F. Kimball Building

    George F. Kimball Building

    George F. Kimball was a wealthy glass manufacturer and swindle victim of H.H. Holmes

  • 6.

    The Art Institute of Chicago

    The Art Institute of Chicago

    H.H. Holmes swindled the Vice President of the World's Congress Auxiliary

  • 7.

    The Richard J. Daley Center

    The Richard J. Daley Center

    H.H. Holmes in and around The Daley Center

  • 8.

    Warehouse on The Riverwalk

    Warehouse on The Riverwalk

    H.H. Holmes was involved with William Green & Co. which had a warehouse on the Chicago River

  • 9.

    The Rookery Building

    The Rookery Building

    Completed in 1888 by Daniel Burnham and Partner John Welborn Root

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