• Rod Kackley

Hooker? Serial Killer? Or Both? A Shocking True Crime Story!


Andrea Zamperoni, the head chef of Cipriani Dolce in New York’s Grand Central Terminal vanished after finishing his Saturday night shift at the upscale, chic restaurant, August 17, 2019.

Two days later, when he failed to show up for work, fellow employees filed a missing person report with the NYPD.

It didn’t take long to find the thirty-three-year-old who was described by his boss as a “sweetheart” and a “family man.”

The missing person report came in Monday, August 19. Two days later, cops discovered Andrea’s body at the Kamway Lodge & Tavern in Elmhurst, Queens. That’s near LaGuardia Airport. It’s the kind of hotel where you can get a double room for $89 a night.

And a hooker was arrested.

Angelina Barini is accused of shooting up the chef with a fentanyl cocktail that led to an overdose.

Wait. There’s more.

A law enforcement source told the New York Post Zamperoni might be only one of as many as five men who have fallen victim to the call girl’s wiles and drugs. The NYPD says she made a career of slipping her johns this fentanyl-laced cocktail, then robbed them when they blacked out.

But fentanyl isn’t an easy thing to handle. Angelina might have gone too far with Zamperoni. The same thing might have happened to a few other guys who were only looking for a good time.

Angelina is under investigation in as many as three other deaths, according to the NY Post.

The investigations continue.

However, NYPD Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea says his team has reason to be more than simply suspicious of this lady of the night.

“What we do know is there’s a history here with Angelina,” says Dermot Shea.

"There's a new angel in heaven with an extra bright halo.” Jim Alleman, Iowa State University engineering professor

Celia Barquin Arozamena and Collin Richards couldn't have been farther apart on the spectrum of life. She was ready to begin the next phase of her life that included a professional career and marriage.

He wanted a woman to rape and murder.

Celia had everything to live for. Collin had nothing to lose.

They would come together one day in September 2018. Only one would survive.

For the faculty and athletic department at Iowa State University, it was like losing a child. An outstanding engineering student, one of the best amateur golfers in the world; Celia Barquin Arozamena was found dead on a golf course in Ames, Iowa.

While Celia was doing what she loved most; she'd been savagely attacked, stabbed and slashed in broad daylight.

Celia was left to die where she felt safest, a golf course.

This was a murder that struck a highly emotional cord in Ames. One of the town's favorite daughters been killed. Her body left on property Ames was most proud of. And most shocking, her killer was someone in the town's backyard.

Let's Do Murder: A Shocking True Crime Story.

This is the tale of a community coming to grips with worst crime imaginable, knowing that even if the killer's put behind bars today, another could be waiting tomorrow.

If you love page-turners, you won't want to miss reading this shocking true crime story by Rod Kackley.

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