Thomas D. Carr, One Of America’s First Serial Killers, Got His Start In West Virginia
Unfortunately, the Mountain State has seen her fair share of nefarious killers. Thomas D. Carr is perhaps less well known than many of the murderers associated with West Virginia, but his story is just as terrible.
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The Hempfield Tunnel is rumored to still be haunted by the ghost of Aloys Ulrich to this day, and sightings of the ghosts of Louiza Fox and Thomas Carr have also been reported near Fox’s grave in Salem Cemetery at Egypt Valley Wildlife Area in Ohio.
Have you heard Thomas D. Carr’s story before, or the stories of any of his victims? Did you know he was raised in West Virginia?