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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 any acrylic paintings which serial killer Glen Edward Rogers passed off as his own.

princedracula asked
Hello, I've been following your blog for a while because of my interest in serial killers, and I've been wondering since you had met him before, what was John Gacy like in person?

Scroll through my posts to the interview with Walter Jacobson on Channel 2 in Illinois. As for case related discussions, what you see is what you get. On a personal level, he was a jolly, friendly, grandfatherly type. He never showed me the side of him which his victims saw.

mastersofcontrol:

Gary Hilton is a man who tracked his victim’s in America’s national parks. 

A late in life serial killer - he was 61 years old when he started. 4 confirmed victims …


Now on Death Row in Florida …

he was killing long before his 60’s…

horror-movie-confessions:

So I just got back from Washington, D.C. and my favorite part was definitely the Crime & Punishment Museum and I wanted to share some of the things I liked from it with you guys! 

First Picture: John Wayne Gacy’s leather jacket which he was supposedly arrested in. On the right of it is his wallet, still how it was when it was taken from him, including things like his Radio Shack member card. Underneath is his painting supplies where he wrote his name on the case and his typewriter. 

Second Picture: One of my favorite (and the creepiest) part of the exhibit: John Wayne Gacy’s “Pogo the Clown” suits.

Third Picture: A self-portrait drawn by Gacy himself. 

Fourth Picture: A photo of Gacy as Pogo the Clown signed by him. 

Fifth Picture: The handcuffs used to handcuff Jeffrey Dahmer when he was arrested and his signature. 

Sixth Picture: A baseball and a photo signed by Charles Manson. 

Seventh Picture: "Old Smokey." The electric chair responsible for killing over 125 men on death row. 

Eighth Picture: Probably my favorite part of the museum. Ted Bundy’s Volkswagon Beetle. 

Not to mention hundreds of other unbelievable things, the whole museum takes about an hour just to walk through! If you ever have the chance, DEFINITELY go, probably one of the best experiences of my life.