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10 thoughts on “Butcher Baker

  1. Jeffrey Keeten Jeffrey Keeten says:

    ”On the floor was the bearskin rug where he had raped her In the corner were piles and piles of wolf hides Huge caribou and goat heads graced the paneled walls Stuffed ducks and other game birds appeared to fly from their mountings A stuffed fish rested on a coffee table She got the message This guy liked to kill things‘I gotta get out of here’ she told herself”Kitty Larson did get away She fought for her life and with some luck mixed with steely determination she lived to tell her tale Except the cops didn’t believe her This was despite the guy who saved her life by stopping to pick her up handcuffed and nearly naked assuring the cops that he did see a man with a gun chasing her She was a prostitutewhat did things just get a little too rough missy? As Robert Hansen would later say with a shit eating grin on his face “You can’t rape a prostitute”Kitty was promised a big money date 200 for a blow job; this was well above the market average and so even though going to his house was a big red flag she consoled herself with what that 200 would do for her She didn’t know she fit the description of every other girl that was about to go missing in the Alaskan wilderness She was between 5’4” 5’7” slender and had a big bust Just the type of figure that men like to gaze at in topless bars For the women the bars were chicken feed The real money was in tricks Alaska has a transient population of oil field workers and women from the lower 48 who drift in and out of the state to make some cash servicing those men Some of these women are runaways; some are pros who work the circuit from California Oregon Washington and Alaska and back again and some of these women are teachers or nurses who are there to earn some big cash before returning to their jobs down south As Detective Glenn Flothe started to investigate the disappearances of what turned out to be a slew of at risk women one of the things hindering his investigation was the very transient nature of the women he was trying to find Were they really missing or did they head back down to the lower 48? Alaska has by far the worst statistics for rape—1616 occurences among 100000 people The next closest is Michigan with 769 Is this because there are way men in Alaska than women? Is there just pent up lust due to a lack of women that spills over into violence? Alaska does have the largest split of men to women ratio than any other state but it isn’t as much a difference as you would think Men are 52% of the population Now if I were sitting in a bar with some friends and someone had asked me for my best guess I would have said somewhere in the 60% range and I would have been very wrong I believe the transient nature of the state certainly contributes to crimes against women I also think that a certain type of man is attracted to the wilds of Alaska It is perceived as one of the last places where men can live like it is still the wild wild west Where men can just take what they want Where men are men and if there are sheepthey are very very nervous As it turns out young women should be nervous as well Of course what Detective Flothe is dealing with is much than rape He is looking for a man who looks on these young women with than just lust but with murder in his heart He is looking for one sick son of a bitch And he has to catch him Robert Hansen slipped through the fingers of the justice system many years before he was actually caught He was arrested for kidnapping threatening a woman with a gun and attempting to rape her The DA cut a deal dropped the kidnapping and Hansen barely served any time The kidnapping charge should have been enough to put him away for several years It would have saved the lives of several women Maybe after a chunk of served time the Hansen we know as the Butcher Baker would have harbored dark desires that were never realized He’d been in trouble before arson back in Iowa and a few other incidents where he ran into trouble with the law but this moment in time was when the justice system had the best opportunity to stop a serial killer before he became deadly Hansen has come up in my reading before I had some interest in him after reading the Maureen Callahan book called American Predator about another demented Alaskan serial killer Israel Keyes but it was watching the Nicholas Cage and John Cusack movie The Frozen Ground 2013 that convinced me that I should learn about the “gentle” baker who killed for sport I was pleasantly surprised to learn as I read this book how accurate the depiction of the real events were portrayed by the movie They didn’t have to Hollywood the script because the story itself is so compelling that all they had to do is stick with the facts Detective Flothe is an atypical police officer He was nearly a school teacher but there are a lot of young women who are still alive today who would have been dead if he had decided on a career in the classroom instead of the police station If not for his tenacity to find survivors and convince them to testify and his dogged determination to keep looking for the evidence that would allow him to spring those search warrants on Hansenthe Butcher Baker might have slipped through his fingers The profile of the killer given to Flothe by the famed FBI profiler John Douglas was chillingly reassuringly dead on right down to the hunting obsession the stutter the low self esteem and the ultra religious wife Flothe knew he had the right man he just needed to make sure he didn’t screw up any part of the chain of evidence or he’d give Hansen a loop hole to crawl back out of the justice system and back into the hunting grounds of Topless bars and street walkers The pacing of the book is relentless and fascinating I read a big chunk of the book in one afternoon Sometimes the writing style used in true crime books is not the best but the style of Walter Gilmour and Leland E Hale was well above average We need to continue to improve our ability to recognize behavior that indicates the dark hearts of some of these individuals who vent their frustrations with their social ineptitudes and subseuent rejections with deadly conseuences If you wish to see of my most recent book and movie reviews visit also have a Facebook blogger page at and an Instagram account


  2. Karen Karen says:

    Butcher Baker by Walter Gilmour and Leland E HaleI saw this movie a couple of years ago called Frozen Ground It is based on the true story of Alaska's most prolific serial killer Robert Hansen It is also chronicles how one Alaskan state trooper named Glenn Flothe who is now retired relentlessly pursued Robert Hansen The two authors of this book wrote it in such a way that it is mostly dialogue The dialogue is taken from court transcripts and police transcripts and the authors interviews Robert Hansen is described by one victim who escaped as having facial acne and horned rimmed glasses He preyed on young topless dancers and prostitutes He would offer a girl 200 300 to go out to lunch or dinner with him The lucky one's thought that was too good to be true or an outrageous amount of money wouldn't go with him The victims would often be taken at gunpoint to his house where he would handcuff them or He would take them in his small aircraft and fly them to remote areas in the unforgiving wildernessRobert Hansen had started his double life of crime as early as 1971 When he started preying on these young girls he was able to get away with it because of the vast landscape He had a wife and two children that had no idea what he did until after his arrest By the time he was finally arrested their were between fourteen and twenty seven suspected killings He was sentenced to 471 years plus life in prison He was a barber while he was in prison He was 75 years old when he died of natural causes on August 21 2014 at the Anchorage Regional hospital Glenn Flothe said of the date of Hansen's death On this day we should only remember his many victims and their families and my heart goes out to all of them As far as Hansen is concerned this world is a better without him I have to agree with him and If it wasn't for the hard work and dedication of Glenn Flothe and the Alaskan State police Hansen wouldn't have been convictedIn 2013 the University of Alaska Justice Center said that Alaska is the number one in the United States for sexual assaults It has been said that the behavioral profile of present day serial killers and mass murderers too often match Robert Hansen Those behaviors have to be identified early and steps need to be taken to reform bad behavior The authors of this book say See something say something To help speed up the processing of evidence Alaska has built a 56 million dollar crime lab This was a very well written book that was tastefully written I don't like anything with gratuitous violence or sadistic It was interesting and was read in one sitting It was inspiring to read about State Trooper Glenn Flothe and the other Alaskan State Troopers triumphant uest of good v evilThank you to Net Galley Walter Gilmour and Leland E Hale and the publisher for my digital copy for a fair and honest review


  3. Aaron the Pink Donut Aaron the Pink Donut says:

    Chilling account of Alaskan serial murder Robert Hansen A baker by profession Hansen was one of Alaska’s prolific serial murderers in the 70’s and early 80’s He would kidnap rape and then kill prostitutes An avid hunter and skilled pilot Hansen would take his victims from Anchorage and fly them to the remote woods and hunt them down Creepy For me growing up in Alaska the book was far interesting because of the historical backdrop Gilmour weaves through the book He gives you a glimpse into an Alaska that doesn’t really exist any Alaska is still in many ways nutty but nothing compared to the heyday of” the Pipeline days” as the locals call it Alaska in the 70’s was the Wild West Fuelled by the money of the workers brought in to build the Alaska pipeline Anchorage was full of Strip joints bars prostitutes Drugs insanity and murder Great fast read


  4. J.H. Moncrieff J.H. Moncrieff says:

    35An easy read about Robert Hansen the notorious hunter who set women free in the wilds of Alaska only to hunt them down and murder them I'm surprised this account didn't mention the story The Most Dangerous Game since Hansen brought that scary tale to lifeI appreciated that the typical boring legalese was kept to a minimum probably at least partially due to the fact Hansen plea bargained and didn't have a trial Most of my previous knowledge of this case came from the FBI side which made it seem almost easy to get a confession from Hansen This book made it clear just how much gruelling police work went into it and it was refreshing to see a cop who truly cared about the prostitutes and exotic dancers Hansen targeted Flothe treated them with kindness and respect both the ones who lived and the one who didn't make it It's usually dull when a true crime writer focuses too much on the cops but in this case Gilmour made Flothe into a protagonist of sorts and did a great job keeping it interestingSeeing a little of Hansen's wife's perspective was interesting too The families of serial killers are victims as well but we rarely hear anything about them


  5. Claire- Louise Claire- Louise says:

    I had heard of this case from a John Douglas book and suffice to say it’s the stuff of horror movies The book was well written and researched and for the most part formatted in a way that held my interest There were occasions when it got a bit fact heavy but it’s still one I would recommend for an interesting crime read


  6. Ronnie Cramer Ronnie Cramer says:

    A detailed account of Robert Hansen's murderous crime spree The book begins near the end with the escape of his final would be victim Her immediate identification of Hansen seems to make his conviction a slam dunk so it's strange that most of the book consists of the authorities fretting that they don't have enough evidence for an arrest


  7. Candice Candice says:

    This book is certainly interesting enough albeit a bit anti climatic in the end


  8. Nat Nat says:

    True crime is my absolute favourite genre to read and this book was one of the excellent reads The writers took a different past to some of the other true crime books out there in that this book started in the thick of things There wasn't the usual boring introduction to the offender and his past Instead it started with the discovery of the one of the victims and then gradually we were introduced to Hansen and given his background in bite sized chunks You didn't feel overwhelmed or bored which is in my opinion excellent writing For those who detest courtroom writing because of the 'boredom' of it I actually enjoy the courtroom part of true crime novels there is actually very little in this and the little that is in it is actually pivotal to understanding this horrifying caseDid I have any issues with the book? Yes Not really from the authors though from the individuals who were part of this case Given the era this case took place not really a surprise that those involved apparently can't differentiate the difference between mass murder and serial murder They're both very different from each other however like I mentioned it was a common mistake made during the late 70's and early 80's although people still get it wrong today I also felt the last two chapters were a tad rushed and maybe could have been given a little TLC Alaskan Serial Killer Robert C HansenOpinions on the case itself? Serial murder is always a topic that fascinates people Myself I'm pretty much over it However there's no denying that it was a horrific case and the dedication and effort that the officersinvestigators and the many others that worked to arrest and detain Hansen is nothing short of admirable and amazing It never gets any less sadder that these poor victims prostitutes and exotic dancers are often targets of crime My heart breaks whenever I read about their deaths at the hands of another human There was a line in the book that stuck with me which I'll paraphrase excuse I can't remember it exactly but the gist of it was that one of the victims was warned that it's a hard line of work being a protestitute and that she should basically expect 'bad' things to happen It angered me that someone would think like that Irrelevant of what a person does they should never have to fear for their lives and be disrespected and treated anything less than human But it happens and there's no other word for it than unfair Really unfair So if you're a true crime lover and love your serial killers then this one is a must for you I can't guarantee that you'll enjoy it as much as I did but that's the beauty of individualality


  9. Dustin Dustin says:

    This book is about Bob Hanson the worst serial killer in Alaska history Now I don't usually read true crime but this book was sent to me by a friend in Alaska who knew I was interested in this particular serial killer after watching the movie Frozen Ground I really enjoyed this book and if you like true crime then you will too Especially if you are like me and have a fascination with Alaska and it's rugged beauty and harshness I will say that this book is full of details and characters which at times can get confusing but it is definitely thorough and keeps you engaged I highly recommend this to fans of true crime


  10. Rena Jane Rena Jane says:

    Though this book is about a grisly murderer most of the grisly details are missing and the book focuses on the effort to find evidence that Robert Hanson killed 12 women and buried or discarded their bodies in the Anchorage areaThe dedication of the agent who took on this case is awesome Makes me wonder if there were victims Hanson never admitted to and what motivates and helps create a serial murderer like Hanson


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10 thoughts on “Butcher Baker

  1. Jeffrey Keeten Jeffrey Keeten says:

    ”On the floor was the bearskin rug where he had raped her In the corner were piles and piles of wolf hides Huge caribou and goat heads graced the paneled walls Stuffed ducks and other game birds appeared to fly from their mountings A stuffed fish rested on a coffee table She got the message This guy liked to kill things‘I gotta get out of here’ she told herself”Kitty Larson did get away She fought for her life and with some luck mixed with steely determination she lived to tell her tale Except the cops didn’t believe her This was despite the guy who saved her life by stopping to pick her up handcuffed and nearly naked assuring the cops that he did see a man with a gun chasing her She was a prostitutewhat did things just get a little too rough missy? As Robert Hansen would later say with a shit eating grin on his face “You can’t rape a prostitute”Kitty was promised a big money date 200 for a blow job; this was well above the market average and so even though going to his house was a big red flag she consoled herself with what that 200 would do for her She didn’t know she fit the description of every other girl that was about to go missing in the Alaskan wilderness She was between 5’4” 5’7” slender and had a big bust Just the type of figure that men like to gaze at in topless bars For the women the bars were chicken feed The real money was in tricks Alaska has a transient population of oil field workers and women from the lower 48 who drift in and out of the state to make some cash servicing those men Some of these women are runaways; some are pros who work the circuit from California Oregon Washington and Alaska and back again and some of these women are teachers or nurses who are there to earn some big cash before returning to their jobs down south As Detective Glenn Flothe started to investigate the disappearances of what turned out to be a slew of at risk women one of the things hindering his investigation was the very transient nature of the women he was trying to find Were they really missing or did they head back down to the lower 48? Alaska has by far the worst statistics for rape—1616 occurences among 100000 people The next closest is Michigan with 769 Is this because there are way men in Alaska than women? Is there just pent up lust due to a lack of women that spills over into violence? Alaska does have the largest split of men to women ratio than any other state but it isn’t as much a difference as you would think Men are 52% of the population Now if I were sitting in a bar with some friends and someone had asked me for my best guess I would have said somewhere in the 60% range and I would have been very wrong I believe the transient nature of the state certainly contributes to crimes against women I also think that a certain type of man is attracted to the wilds of Alaska It is perceived as one of the last places where men can live like it is still the wild wild west Where men can just take what they want Where men are men and if there are sheepthey are very very nervous As it turns out young women should be nervous as well Of course what Detective Flothe is dealing with is much than rape He is looking for a man who looks on these young women with than just lust but with murder in his heart He is looking for one sick son of a bitch And he has to catch him Robert Hansen slipped through the fingers of the justice system many years before he was actually caught He was arrested for kidnapping threatening a woman with a gun and attempting to rape her The DA cut a deal dropped the kidnapping and Hansen barely served any time The kidnapping charge should have been enough to put him away for several years It would have saved the lives of several women Maybe after a chunk of served time the Hansen we know as the Butcher Baker would have harbored dark desires that were never realized He’d been in trouble before arson back in Iowa and a few other incidents where he ran into trouble with the law but this moment in time was when the justice system had the best opportunity to stop a serial killer before he became deadly Hansen has come up in my reading before I had some interest in him after reading the Maureen Callahan book called American Predator about another demented Alaskan serial killer Israel Keyes but it was watching the Nicholas Cage and John Cusack movie The Frozen Ground 2013 that convinced me that I should learn about the “gentle” baker who killed for sport I was pleasantly surprised to learn as I read this book how accurate the depiction of the real events were portrayed by the movie They didn’t have to Hollywood the script because the story itself is so compelling that all they had to do is stick with the facts Detective Flothe is an atypical police officer He was nearly a school teacher but there are a lot of young women who are still alive today who would have been dead if he had decided on a career in the classroom instead of the police station If not for his tenacity to find survivors and convince them to testify and his dogged determination to keep looking for the evidence that would allow him to spring those search warrants on Hansenthe Butcher Baker might have slipped through his fingers The profile of the killer given to Flothe by the famed FBI profiler John Douglas was chillingly reassuringly dead on right down to the hunting obsession the stutter the low self esteem and the ultra religious wife Flothe knew he had the right man he just needed to make sure he didn’t screw up any part of the chain of evidence or he’d give Hansen a loop hole to crawl back out of the justice system and back into the hunting grounds of Topless bars and street walkers The pacing of the book is relentless and fascinating I read a big chunk of the book in one afternoon Sometimes the writing style used in true crime books is not the best but the style of Walter Gilmour and Leland E Hale was well above average We need to continue to improve our ability to recognize behavior that indicates the dark hearts of some of these individuals who vent their frustrations with their social ineptitudes and subseuent rejections with deadly conseuences If you wish to see of my most recent book and movie reviews visit also have a Facebook blogger page at and an Instagram account

  2. Karen Karen says:

    Butcher Baker by Walter Gilmour and Leland E HaleI saw this movie a couple of years ago called Frozen Ground It is based on the true story of Alaska's most prolific serial killer Robert Hansen It is also chronicles how one Alaskan state trooper named Glenn Flothe who is now retired relentlessly pursued Robert Hansen The two authors of this book wrote it in such a way that it is mostly dialogue The dialogue is taken from court transcripts and police transcripts and the authors interviews Robert Hansen is described by one victim who escaped as having facial acne and horned rimmed glasses He preyed on young topless dancers and prostitutes He would offer a girl 200 300 to go out to lunch or dinner with him The lucky one's thought that was too good to be true or an outrageous amount of money wouldn't go with him The victims would often be taken at gunpoint to his house where he would handcuff them or He would take them in his small aircraft and fly them to remote areas in the unforgiving wildernessRobert Hansen had started his double life of crime as early as 1971 When he started preying on these young girls he was able to get away with it because of the vast landscape He had a wife and two children that had no idea what he did until after his arrest By the time he was finally arrested their were between fourteen and twenty seven suspected killings He was sentenced to 471 years plus life in prison He was a barber while he was in prison He was 75 years old when he died of natural causes on August 21 2014 at the Anchorage Regional hospital Glenn Flothe said of the date of Hansen's death On this day we should only remember his many victims and their families and my heart goes out to all of them As far as Hansen is concerned this world is a better without him I have to agree with him and If it wasn't for the hard work and dedication of Glenn Flothe and the Alaskan State police Hansen wouldn't have been convictedIn 2013 the University of Alaska Justice Center said that Alaska is the number one in the United States for sexual assaults It has been said that the behavioral profile of present day serial killers and mass murderers too often match Robert Hansen Those behaviors have to be identified early and steps need to be taken to reform bad behavior The authors of this book say See something say something To help speed up the processing of evidence Alaska has built a 56 million dollar crime lab This was a very well written book that was tastefully written I don't like anything with gratuitous violence or sadistic It was interesting and was read in one sitting It was inspiring to read about State Trooper Glenn Flothe and the other Alaskan State Troopers triumphant uest of good v evilThank you to Net Galley Walter Gilmour and Leland E Hale and the publisher for my digital copy for a fair and honest review

  3. Aaron the Pink Donut Aaron the Pink Donut says:

    Chilling account of Alaskan serial murder Robert Hansen A baker by profession Hansen was one of Alaska’s prolific serial murderers in the 70’s and early 80’s He would kidnap rape and then kill prostitutes An avid hunter and skilled pilot Hansen would take his victims from Anchorage and fly them to the remote woods and hunt them down Creepy For me growing up in Alaska the book was far interesting because of the historical backdrop Gilmour weaves through the book He gives you a glimpse into an Alaska that doesn’t really exist any Alaska is still in many ways nutty but nothing compared to the heyday of” the Pipeline days” as the locals call it Alaska in the 70’s was the Wild West Fuelled by the money of the workers brought in to build the Alaska pipeline Anchorage was full of Strip joints bars prostitutes Drugs insanity and murder Great fast read

  4. J.H. Moncrieff J.H. Moncrieff says:

    35An easy read about Robert Hansen the notorious hunter who set women free in the wilds of Alaska only to hunt them down and murder them I'm surprised this account didn't mention the story The Most Dangerous Game since Hansen brought that scary tale to lifeI appreciated that the typical boring legalese was kept to a minimum probably at least partially due to the fact Hansen plea bargained and didn't have a trial Most of my previous knowledge of this case came from the FBI side which made it seem almost easy to get a confession from Hansen This book made it clear just how much gruelling police work went into it and it was refreshing to see a cop who truly cared about the prostitutes and exotic dancers Hansen targeted Flothe treated them with kindness and respect both the ones who lived and the one who didn't make it It's usually dull when a true crime writer focuses too much on the cops but in this case Gilmour made Flothe into a protagonist of sorts and did a great job keeping it interestingSeeing a little of Hansen's wife's perspective was interesting too The families of serial killers are victims as well but we rarely hear anything about them

  5. Claire- Louise Claire- Louise says:

    I had heard of this case from a John Douglas book and suffice to say it’s the stuff of horror movies The book was well written and researched and for the most part formatted in a way that held my interest There were occasions when it got a bit fact heavy but it’s still one I would recommend for an interesting crime read

  6. Ronnie Cramer Ronnie Cramer says:

    A detailed account of Robert Hansen's murderous crime spree The book begins near the end with the escape of his final would be victim Her immediate identification of Hansen seems to make his conviction a slam dunk so it's strange that most of the book consists of the authorities fretting that they don't have enough evidence for an arrest

  7. Candice Candice says:

    This book is certainly interesting enough albeit a bit anti climatic in the end

  8. Nat Nat says:

    True crime is my absolute favourite genre to read and this book was one of the excellent reads The writers took a different past to some of the other true crime books out there in that this book started in the thick of things There wasn't the usual boring introduction to the offender and his past Instead it started with the discovery of the one of the victims and then gradually we were introduced to Hansen and given his background in bite sized chunks You didn't feel overwhelmed or bored which is in my opinion excellent writing For those who detest courtroom writing because of the 'boredom' of it I actually enjoy the courtroom part of true crime novels there is actually very little in this and the little that is in it is actually pivotal to understanding this horrifying caseDid I have any issues with the book? Yes Not really from the authors though from the individuals who were part of this case Given the era this case took place not really a surprise that those involved apparently can't differentiate the difference between mass murder and serial murder They're both very different from each other however like I mentioned it was a common mistake made during the late 70's and early 80's although people still get it wrong today I also felt the last two chapters were a tad rushed and maybe could have been given a little TLC Alaskan Serial Killer Robert C HansenOpinions on the case itself? Serial murder is always a topic that fascinates people Myself I'm pretty much over it However there's no denying that it was a horrific case and the dedication and effort that the officersinvestigators and the many others that worked to arrest and detain Hansen is nothing short of admirable and amazing It never gets any less sadder that these poor victims prostitutes and exotic dancers are often targets of crime My heart breaks whenever I read about their deaths at the hands of another human There was a line in the book that stuck with me which I'll paraphrase excuse I can't remember it exactly but the gist of it was that one of the victims was warned that it's a hard line of work being a protestitute and that she should basically expect 'bad' things to happen It angered me that someone would think like that Irrelevant of what a person does they should never have to fear for their lives and be disrespected and treated anything less than human But it happens and there's no other word for it than unfair Really unfair So if you're a true crime lover and love your serial killers then this one is a must for you I can't guarantee that you'll enjoy it as much as I did but that's the beauty of individualality

  9. Dustin Dustin says:

    This book is about Bob Hanson the worst serial killer in Alaska history Now I don't usually read true crime but this book was sent to me by a friend in Alaska who knew I was interested in this particular serial killer after watching the movie Frozen Ground I really enjoyed this book and if you like true crime then you will too Especially if you are like me and have a fascination with Alaska and it's rugged beauty and harshness I will say that this book is full of details and characters which at times can get confusing but it is definitely thorough and keeps you engaged I highly recommend this to fans of true crime

  10. Rena Jane Rena Jane says:

    Though this book is about a grisly murderer most of the grisly details are missing and the book focuses on the effort to find evidence that Robert Hanson killed 12 women and buried or discarded their bodies in the Anchorage areaThe dedication of the agent who took on this case is awesome Makes me wonder if there were victims Hanson never admitted to and what motivates and helps create a serial murderer like Hanson

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