Serial Killer Historical Biography of Bill Bonin Sheds Light on 40-Year-Old Mysteries, Solves Murders & Tracks Bonin’s Personal Evolution from Innocent Child to Unfeeling & Uncaring Serial Killer

“I would unreservedly recommend Without Redemption
as the most profound analysis of a serial killer I have read.”

Paul Cheston, UK True Crime Journalist & Author
The Babes in the Woods Murders

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Linked book cover of 'Without Redemption: Creation & Deeds of Freeway Killer Bill Bonin, His Five Accomplices & How One Who Escaped Justice' by Vonda Pelto, Ph.D. & Michael B. Butler Without Remption: Creation & Deeds of Freeway Killer Bill Bonin, His Five Accomplices & How One Who Escaped Justice was written on a number of parallel tracks that constantly intersect.  First, it is the most detailed historical biography ever written about Bill Bonin, the notorious Freeway Killer responsible for murdering 22 teenage boys over ten-months in 1979-80.
Second, it is a psychological roamap which charts the evolution of Bonin’s personality from abused child to sexual predator to serial killer. This is accomplished using documents from his childhood, war service, multiple California government mental health and penal institutions, witness testimony and the expertise of Vonda Pelto, Ph.D., who had many sessions with Bonin and two of his accomplices while working in Los Angeles Men’s Central Jail.
Third, it is a narrative which, using long hidden documents, reveals the inner workings of Bonin’s mind, showing how he thought, felt, planned and viewed the world. The narrative displays Bonin, an abused high school dropout, cleverly manipulating lawyers, judges, doctors, social workers, friends, family, probabtion officers, government bureaucrats, detectives, journalists, and, most tragically, the innocent victims of his rage.
Mug shots of Bill Bonin and Vernon Butts, two of the six Freeway Killers who murdred 22 young boys from August 1979 to June 1980. Fourth, Without Redemption reveals the complex story of what happened after Bonin’s final arrest, when so much was in flux and so many moving parts were swirling about. Archived investigative documents, collected from a variety of sources, brings to light a number of surprising, shocking, sad and even funny events from those ten tumultuous months from June 1980 to March 1981. 
Finally, it is book which solves two 40-year-old murder mysteries and unlocks how one day of crossroads and coincidences, in the midst of the murder spree, profoundly impacted many lives and future events.

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Confidential California Bill Bonin Mental Health & Prison Docs
No previous biographies of Freeway Killer Bonin had access to these document nor his hand written jailhouse diaries and murder stores, Click Here to see about those.
Cover letter from William C. Keating of the Division of Direct Services in Sacramento, California about Bill Bonin "not having recovered from his mental disorder" and needed further treatment at Vacaville State Prison & Mental Hospital. He would be released two years later and arrested soon afterwards after further assualts. Photocopy of confidential May 1973 document that is a Clinical Analysis, Report and Recommendation on Bill Bonin, years before he became the infamous Freeway Killer in August 1979.
August 1971 confidential California Psychological Evaluation document about Bill Bonin during his transfer from Atascadero State Mental Hospital to Vacaville Prison/Mental Hospital facility. Confidential document of a Pyschiatric Evaluation for the Community Release Board date July 27, 1978, shortly before Bonin's final release from prison and one year before his ten-month Freeway Killer murder spree.