- Age 56
- according to New York state records has moved residences eight times in the past 10 years
- Most recently worked as audio engineer at The Jam Factory for three years
- green eyes
- Is legally blind, psychosomatic. This condition is often caused by emotional trauma.
- many said Grace personally knew these victims, and relocated to other cities within days of their deaths.
- If convicted, D.A. Taylor wants to put on Death Row
- Allegedly tells victims in great detail how they will die before it happens
- According to police department sources, most of these deaths were initially determined to be accidental, or suicides. Others had simply remained unsolved. “During our follow-up investigations, we discovered anecdotal evidence that Grace told (a female victim) she would hang herself. The next day, it happened,” said Jeffrey Spiro, a media relations officer for the NYPD.
- Plays a piano rendition of "Night On Bald Mountain" from the Disney movie Fantasia which is recorded by Zach Taylor's memory card.
Associates[edit | edit source]
- Theodore Peterson
- Zach Taylor: his therapist at The Brink
- Marian Cannon: his public defense attorney
- Claims Martin Grace has an alibi for every crime
Alleged Victims[edit | edit source]
Accused of at least 12 murders, including:
- Tayna Gold
- Rosemary Chapel
- female victim, 2006, worked briefly with Grace at Quarter-Note, originally thought to hung herself, found dead with deep cuts on her neck that do not appear consistent with suicide
- note: Is this victim Rosemary Chapel?
- Jerome Stringer
- a similar 2006 death in Brooklyn, initially ruled as accidental. A resident, who worked with Grace for nearly a year, was warned by Grace to “be careful around his (workshop) rotary saw,” Acker said. Three days later, as the man worked alone at his home, his hand was severed by the tool. He died from the wound.
- victim's wife allegedly heard Grace describe the death
- robbery gone wrong
- car accident
- death by javelins
Location of Crimes[edit | edit source]
The Dark Man[edit | edit source]
Martin Grace blames the murders on The Dark Man
See Also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- book: page 16
- book: page 15
- book: page 17
- book, page 172
- book: page 19
- book: page 20
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