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Murders Most Foul

A Study In The Macabre

Exploring a sudden spate in gruesome killings

A Study In The Macabre
A Study In The Macabre
outlookindia.com
2016-03-04T23:13:01+05:30

Twenty years ago, the tandoor murder case shocked the nation. The Sheena Bora murder still shocks. What’s with this spate of gruesome killings—a Thane man kills 14 members of his family, a Delhi college girl is murdered and thrust in a ventilation shaft—that’s making headlines?

Hasnain Warekar, 35, a chartered accountant from Kasarwadavli, Thane, slit the throats of 14 members of his family, including seven children, in the wee hours of February 27 and then committed suicide. What was wrong with him is still unclear.

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