Have you ever worried that someone is secretly living inside your walls? It’s not that uncommon for criminals to live in homes and stores that they burglarize, and there was even a murderer who hid in his victim's attic. If you aren’t up on your facts about Theodore Coneys, known after his arrest as the “Spiderman of Denver,” then get ready to go on a trip down memory lane with Spidey and his victims.
During World War II in Denver, Coneys was nothing more than a sickly grifter looking for a place to stay. He didn’t believe that he could cut it in the normal world, so he hid in a man’s house and beat him to death one day - but that’s only part of the story. Facts in the case about the Spiderman of Denver get weirder as the story goes along and it even kind of has a happy ending.
Theodore Coneys Beat A Man To Death
Coneys Broke Into The Home Of Acquintance Phillip Peters
The Spiderman Built An Incredibly Disturbing Web
Mrs. Peters Moved Back Into A 'Haunted House' After The Murder
The Neighbors Noticed That Something Weird Was Happening In The House
No One Initially Knew Who Murdered Philip Peters