In 1938 Depression Texas, law enforcement authorities questioned the owner of a small honkytonk known as the “Sociable Inn” in Elmendorf, Texas, just outside of San Antonio, Texas. Joseph D. “Joe” Ball owned the “hole-in-the-wall” was a World War I veteran who always skirted the law, but never served any time for the various offenses he committed during the course of his lifetime. Known as the “Bluebeard of Texas,” the “Alligator Man,” or “The Butcher of Elmendorf,” Ball created a serial killer legend although he did not seem as prolific as most serial killers in American history.
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