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dichotomized:

The body of convicted killer Aileen Wuornos is loaded into a hearse at the Florida State Prison following her execution by lethal injection October 9, 2002 in Starke, Florida. 

dichotomized:

The body of convicted killer Aileen Wuornos is loaded into a hearse at the Florida State Prison following her execution by lethal injection October 9, 2002 in Starke, Florida. 

graveyardgardenslayer:

The mask of notorious Serial Killer B.T.K.  Dennis Rader.
This was his own personal mask he used to enjoy wearing when he would bind himself up. Eventually, he left it at one of his crime scenes. He would later say that he regretted doing so, and missed his mask. His known body count is 10. He is doing his time at the El Dorado Correctional Facility in Kansas.

graveyardgardenslayer:

The mask of notorious Serial Killer B.T.K.  Dennis Rader.

This was his own personal mask he used to enjoy wearing when he would bind himself up. Eventually, he left it at one of his crime scenes. He would later say that he regretted doing so, and missed his mask. His known body count is 10. He is doing his time at the El Dorado Correctional Facility in Kansas.

Anonymous asked
What the hell are you sulking about?

thedeathmerchant:

Because. You already know. He wrote to sooooo many people and he did sooooo much art, yet it never pops up anywhere and I should have some.

You’re not looking hard enough

the-lady-killer:

Tyria Moore, Aileen Wuornos’ girlfriend
Before Wuornos’ arrest in Janurary, 1991, the two lived together. They first met in a gay bar in Daytona, Florida in the mid-1980s. The two women became romantically involved and soon moved in together. Wuornos’ prostitution (along with robbing her victims) earned them enough money to scrape by. Eventually, Moore learned of Wuornos’ killings. Despite this, the couple stayed together.
The law interfered with the couple a number of times, including once in 1987 (Wuornos and Moore was accused of assault) and in 1988 (Wuornos had filed assault against a bus driver, Moore was a witness).   
In 1990, the two got into a car accident with a stolen vehicle, which led to Wuornos’ ultimate arrest in 1991. Moore would often call Wuornos during this time. Wuornos would tell Moore how much she loved and missed her, however Moore never returned her words. Moore often expressed her fears of the police coming after her.  
The last time the two ever saw each other was in court. Moore testified against Wuornos, and reportedly did not once look her former partner in the eye. While on death row, Wuornos did not receive any letters or visits from Tyria Moore. 

the-lady-killer:

Tyria Moore, Aileen Wuornos’ girlfriend

Before Wuornos’ arrest in Janurary, 1991, the two lived together. They first met in a gay bar in Daytona, Florida in the mid-1980s. The two women became romantically involved and soon moved in together. Wuornos’ prostitution (along with robbing her victims) earned them enough money to scrape by. Eventually, Moore learned of Wuornos’ killings. Despite this, the couple stayed together.

The law interfered with the couple a number of times, including once in 1987 (Wuornos and Moore was accused of assault) and in 1988 (Wuornos had filed assault against a bus driver, Moore was a witness).   

In 1990, the two got into a car accident with a stolen vehicle, which led to Wuornos’ ultimate arrest in 1991. Moore would often call Wuornos during this time. Wuornos would tell Moore how much she loved and missed her, however Moore never returned her words. Moore often expressed her fears of the police coming after her.  

The last time the two ever saw each other was in court. Moore testified against Wuornos, and reportedly did not once look her former partner in the eye. While on death row, Wuornos did not receive any letters or visits from Tyria Moore. 

Larry Eugene Mann, executed by the State of Florida on April 10, 2013.
Acrylic 9”x12” painting (unfinished) of windmills in Kinderdijk, The Netherlands. This is the very last piece of artwork which he ever created. Mann was unable to complete this painting because his death warrant was signed. On back he writes, “To my brother in the faith, Ken, sorry I wasn’t able to finish this for you. I see it as a parable in our lives. God works in our lives continually to bring his presense [sic] within us to completion. But that never happens in this life, the promise it to eternity. Thanks for being a friend.
I Corinthians 15:42-55 A Brother in the Lord, Larry Eugene Mann”.

Larry Mann is responsible for doing acrylic paintings which serial killer Glen Edward Rogers passed off as his own.