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Gilmore, John. Cold Blooded: The Saga of Charles Schmid, the Notorious “Pied Piper of

Tucson” Oregon, Feral House, 1996. Print

Levin, Diane E., and Jean Kilbourne. So Sexy So Soon: The New Sexualized Childhood

and What Parents Can Do To Protect Their Kids. New York: Ballantine Books,

C2008. Print.

Moser, Don. “The Pied Piper of Tucson: He Cruised in a Golden Car, Looking for the

Action” Life Magazine 4 Mar. 1966: 19-24, 80c-90c. Print.

Oates, Joyce Carol. We Were The Mulvaneys. New York, Dutton, c1996. Print.

Oates, Joyce Carol. “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” Literature and the

Writing Process. Ed. Elizabeth McMahen et al. 9th ed. Upper Saddle River: Pearson,

2010. 208-219. Print.

“Stop gawking at yourself. Who are you? You think you’re so pretty?”

Oates, Joyce Carol. “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” High Lonesome:

New & Selected Stories. 1966-2006. New York: Ecco, c2006. Print.

Ramsland, Katherine. “Charles Schmid: The Pied Piper.” Trutv Crime Library (2008).

Web. 8 Oct 2010.

Dubbed “The Pied Piper of Tucson,” for his ability to get girls to fall for him, he stood

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Five feet, four inches tall.

Sax, Robin. Predators and Child Molesters: What Ever Parent Needs To Know To Keep

Kids Safe: A Sex Crimes DA Answers 100 Of The Most Asked Questions. New

York.: Prometheus Books, 2009. Print.

Wegs, Joyce M. “Don’t You Know Who I Am?”: The Grotesque in Oates’s “Where

Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” Critical Essays on Joyce Carol Oates.

Ed. Linda W. Wagner. Boston: Hall, 1979. 87-92.

His initials could well stand for Arch Fiend.
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