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THE BUTCHER BOY

Dangerous was too tame a word to describe Lyle Benson; no, he was treacherous, savage, vicious and murderous – but you’d never know by looking at him.

Lyle was one of those men blessed with movie star good looks and a silver tongue which the ladies found charming and irresistible. He also had a photographic memory and had acquired a broad knowledge covering many different topics. He was what women called ‘a keeper’; problem was any lady who hooked up with Lyle Benson was never seen again.

Just a flunkey, Lyle learned the tricks of the trade by working for crime lord George “Bugs” Moran, Al Capone’s primary rival. Moran was so sadistic he once kidnapped and mutilated a bodyguard of Capone’s, then mailed back what little was left.

Watching Moran in action always got Lyle’s engine revving. In a salacious frenzy, he’d hunt down some sweet innocent. He’d impress her with his wit and savoir faire. Lyle would tell her he was a doctor, his black bag always by his side. He’d wine and dine her, then drive to his secluded cabin where he’d unhurriedly butcher her until she pleaded for death. Only then as she gasped her last breath could the butcher boy get an erection. Only then could he have an orgasm.

But Lyle also had a compassionate side. He’d regularly send flowers to his catatonic mother and sister, residents in a Canadian asylum. He never could bring himself to kill them but the boy had to start somewhere.

NAR © 2021

9 thoughts on “THE BUTCHER BOY”

  1. i googled the name to see if there was any truth in this tale. There is a Lyle Benson who owns his own company. he certainly looks nothing like the handsome git in the photo! 🤣🤣

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    1. Well, that’s a relief! I wouldn’t want a law suit on my hands! The name was totally made up by me so my apologies to the real Lyle Benson; he probably doesn’t read my stories anyway! LOL! Thanks for the info, Hobbo. Hope you enjoyed it. 😎

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