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10 thoughts on “Dead And Buried: A Shocking Account of Rape, Torture, and Murder on the California Coast

  1. says:

    I actually worked at the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff s department when these crimes were terrorizing our community I lived about 2 blocks away from Rex Kreb s victim that sent him to prison for 20 years, serving 10 It was heart wrenching to watch the families and friends come search our community looking for their daughters that had gone missing There seemed to be a profile of the missing girls, which were young, single, small framed girls from the college Long after Rex Krebs was taken into custody for parole violations, there was ongoing investigations and evidence gathering that soon enough pin pointed Rex Krebs to the murders of these two young ladies Rex s girlfriend, a young attractive black woman, would come visit him in the early days shortly after his arrest on the murder charges I remember her telling me she was pregnant and was returning to San Diego to be closer to family I felt very sorry for her and have thought about her child several times over the years, hoping it s fate was much better than Rex s.Rex s only other common visitor was his attorneys It was a tough thing to have to look this man in the eye during his visits, knowing what he had been accused of doing Only a thick security glass and about 6 feet separated us clerks from these prisoners His demeanor was always calm, kind and quiet He was a model prisoner in the jail That alone is a bit scary when you think of how mean he was to these girls What a coward for him to have picked these two little girls and to have hurt them the way he did.I will always remember his name and that of his victims Just because you have terrible things happen to you as a child, does not mean you get a free ride to become a monster yourself Shame on you Mr Krebs My prayers are with the families and that of the detectives that finally broke this case.


  2. says:

    This book made me feel conflicting feels that I wasn t expecting to feel Admittingly I feel bad that Krebbs went through such abuse from his parental figures His childhood was terrible and it makes me grateful for my loving and supportive parental figures that I have in my life However, this does not excuse the fact that Krebbs did multiple terrible deeds against two girls that didn t deserve his rage The photos are saddening and disturbing but that is what crimes of sexual assault and murder usually are The writing was slightly messy as it moved from detailed, interesting, and well explained to boring and inattentive to details Overall this book wasn t bad but I expected clearer writing throughout the book.


  3. says:

    I was interested in this case, because the crimes by Rex Krebs were committed near Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, CA where I lived for a few years when a young teen my dad had a job teaching music at the California Men s Colony, the prison where Timothy Leary was incarcerated after he was convicted This Krebs man had a horrible childhood, granted and he even expressed remorse for the crimes he committed against young women, but in the final analysis, his disorder came down to what they now call antisocial personality disorder i.e psychopath, sociopath, whatever is the current cool term He has now been on Death Row in San Quentin for 17 years The problem with the death penalty is that there are mandatory reviews and appeals which take many years to get through A study has found that it is less costly to lock someone like this up for the remainder of their life, rather than go through the death penalty hoop jumping I saw a current picture of this defendant, and he looks like a very ordinary nondescript man, although he is now in his 50s and was much younger and very drunk he is an alcoholic when he decided to ruin the lives of other innocent families along with ruining his own future The way Death Row inmates are housed and their lack of social contact, I believe, would be harder to endure for almost anyone whereas a quick carrying out of legal death sentences would be the easier way out for these people Indeed, many of them want to be executed as quickly as possible so they don t have time to sit all alone and think about what their lives have been about I could not wrap my mind around these crimes, and the Lacey Peterson murder she and her husband attended Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo because when I lived and went to school there, I loved the area This was an interesting analysis of senseless crime.


  4. says:

    This is a true crime book which is not as gruesome and it leads you to believe on the cover Either that or I am just desensitized to such things The story is sad all the way around Child abuse.prison..rapekidnappingmurder.I have teen aged daughters and it is frightening to think that such things are happening in this world all too often This book gives you a good insight into the world of such mayhem I found the first 3 4 of the book to be pretty intriguingbut thought the testimony in the trial was a bit boring and dull It is an okay book to read if you have the chance to do so At least it will let you get to know the victims and who they were.


  5. says:

    real life monster For once in a trial, justice has been served The only thing I can say for monster Krebs, is at least he almost told the truth when asked, and ultimately accepted he would die by the justice system Although he had two too many chances with the justice system prior to the last two heinous crimes, he does get what he deserves., however, I would have given it 5 stars if there would have been a final chapter on after the trial, and what he felt, and thought, it was definitely a good read


  6. says:

    A really interesting read Rex Krebs is out on parole when he rapes and murders two young women in CA One of the things I liked about hte book was the in depth discussions of his psychological issues and the opinions of different experts on them.


  7. says:

    Good, easy read.


  8. says:

    It sucks cause I cannot find when I read it and what my thoughts were Well Maybe I will read it again I think I liked it Must be cause after this book I bought many books by this author.


  9. says:

    All of these true crime books tell horrific tales and this one is no different so very sad The book is very detailed and graphic in its descriptions so beware if you have triggers that would make reading this book unbearable Personally, I thought the detailed descriptions were needed to paint a realistic picture of the crimes and the pure evil of the murderer.I knocked it down one star because at times I thought certain events either jumped around or repeated themselves Also, some of the trial transcripts could have been summarized rather than reporting verbatim the testimony of various experts, e.g the psychologists testimony went on and on Overall, a very well done true crime book and an author that I would recommend.


  10. says:

    in san luis Obispo California nov 12 98 Rachel newhouse went out drinking with her friends and never made it home than Kristine smart went missing last person to see her was paul fores both went to colpoly campus than Richard wall was shot and killed less than a mile away 2 months after on mar 11 99 aundria Crawford also known as eberhart went missing the book talks about rex allan krebs 33 who admits to killing Rachel and aundria he talks about his father beating him and he hated his mother for not protecting him so he hated all women he was a man with 2 sides good and evil.


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