Gary Ridgway, Dennis Rader, Herb Mullin, & David Berkowitz.
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bundys-babe asked: "real freak" on the eric smith post I FUCKING LOST IT
He is a real freak.
Great album! Coincidentally, that little yellow and red clown on the bottom left is sitting right next to me.
Eric Smith: The 13-year-old Killer
On August 2, 1993, Eric Smith was riding his bike to a local park and saw 4-year-old Derrick Robie walking alone. Eric lured Derrick into a wooded area, where Eric strangled him, dropped a large rock on his head, and sodomized him with a tree branch. The cause of death was determined to be blunt trauma to the head with contributing asphyxia. He was was convicted of second-degree murder and sentenced to nine years to life in prison, the maximum at the time for his offense.
While in jail, he wrote a letter to the victims family, which he read on TV:
“I know my actions have caused a terrible loss in the Robie family, and for that, I am truly sorry. I’ve tried to think as much as possible about what Derrick will never experience: his 16th birthday, Christmas, anytime, owning his own house, graduating, going to college, getting married, his first child. If I could go back in time, I would switch places with Derrick and endure all the pain I’ve caused him. If it meant that he would go on living, I’d switch places, but I can’t.”
Eric Smith is currently incarcerated and has been denied parole 6 times since 2002.
Ken Doll Prison Shank, taken off a prisoner in a London Metropolitan Police station in 2013.
Are there any legitimate news stories about this? Because why the fuck would an inmate have a Barbie? I’m just sayin’.
“Charlie, for reasons unclear to me, decided we should split up. I never understood Charlie’s reasoning in this. He seemed to feel the Family concept would never work, that we were just getting on each other’s nerves, or we just needed a change of scene.
Mary, Pat, Ella, Stephanie, and I headed North in the old black school bus. We rented a house in the little town of Philo and launched a female duplicate of life at Spahn’s. It seemed that I was in charge— although others may have disputed this. It was outstanding even to me now how I could control people.
The spookiest thing about it, however, was that I seemed to have the same sort of mind control over the girls. I found that I could actually read people’s thoughts. I knew what the other girls were thinking and could manipulate control over them.
We were using drugs as much as we had been at Spahn’s, perhaps even more so.”
— Susan Atkins, 1978
The yellow brick road from the abandoned theme park “The Land of Oz” in Beech Mountain, North Carolina.
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