The Acid Alchemist
In July 1909 John George Haigh was born into a strictly religious household. As a young child his life was shaped by his parent’s extreme beliefs. Little did he know that the recurring nightmares of his early life would lead to one of the most horrific cases in British criminal history. Other than his obsession with cleanliness, John George Haigh was described by his acquaintances as someone who was as normal as any young man during the 1940s in England. In fact, most people said he was a true gentleman with exceptional manners and a profound love for classical music.
The first time I saw him, I had no idea he had recently escaped from a mysterious lab. That he had been created there. I’d been living on the streets which was tough, but preferable to home. Then one day, I stumbled upon this mangy dog being attacked. I saved him, but then he saved me, and I realized that Muttface wasn’t a normal dog. He was crazy intelligent. I’m talking Mensa levels. It wasn’t only his cleverness that I fell for, however. Bandit happened to be one of the sweetest, most purest souls that ever walked the earth. Also, who knew that a dog could have such a goofy sense of humor?