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famousdeath [10 May 2005|07:42pm]

i've started a new community:

every few days you should be updated on a fabulous celebrity death... on the anniversary of its occurance... and supplied with a few links and photos for your voyeuristic pleasures.

x-posted here and there.
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This was pretty awesome... [24 Apr 2005|11:55pm]

This isn't about a specific murderer, but man, there was this sweet show on E! today called. THS Investigates: LOVE BEHIND BARS!
It was about these chicks who get with dudes via online prisoner dating services.
Evidently people on Death Row (or really anywhere in the prison system) can place personals online and basically fanmail.
This one fatty is in love with a guy on Death Row, they're married, and at one point in the show she said:
"I've had enough sex to last me two lifetimes, I don't mind that we can't really have sex that often."
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[17 Apr 2005|05:07pm]

does anyone know if Richard Ramirez was executed?
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HUMAN FUCKING DOLL [10 Mar 2005|07:00pm]

Alexandre the Savage Gnome

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[08 Mar 2005|02:58am]

Some more rollerskating + murder links:
Police seek suspect in murder at skating rink
Bonnie and Clyde gang
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[23 Nov 2004|06:51pm]

Whenever Hansen got a victim under his control, he would normally take her to his plane and fly them out to his remote cabin. According to Newton, he would brutally rape and torture the women. Afterwards, he would strip them naked, sometimes going so far as blindfolding them, and set them free in the woods. Hansen would give his victim a brief head start and then hunt them down with a hunting knife or a high-powered rifle. In describing his hunts to investigators, Hansen said that it was like "going after a trophy Dall sheep or a grizzly bear."

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[02 Oct 2004|10:21am]
What Kind of Serial Killer are you? by houseofjigsaw
How old are you?
Whats your fetish?
What color are your eyes?
Have you ever been arrested?
How would you kill your Ex?
You are...The Jigsaw killer
Quiz created with MemeGen!
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drugs are bad, m'kay? [01 Aug 2004|04:37pm]

The Tale Of Ricky Kasso, the Acid King
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[21 Aug 2004|04:41pm]

have you guys seen the Oxygen show "Snapped"? it is 100% amazing!! It's about women who snap and murder their husbands. And basically the theme of every show is that they have a perfect life, so what went wrong?

It's awesome and sometimes the murders themselves are interviewed. It's amazing and cool.
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[19 Aug 2004|10:07pm]

According to the police report, officers found Martin dead in late April, when they responded to a 911 call at Martin's house asking the police to come because someone had a computer chip in their brain. Ngai answered the door, and the officers noticed blood on the student, then saw Martin's body. Martin died from multiple knife wounds to her head and torso. A handwritten note was found on the body which read, "Computer chip in brain."
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[15 Aug 2004|12:25pm]

man, have you guys been following the Lori Hacking case?
its amazing!! there are so many awesome murders/kidnaps in utah and I love living in the craziest state ever!

so anyway, Lori Hacking was reported missing by her husband and so everyone looked for her for a long time and mean while the husband went into the psychiatric wing of the hospital cause he went nuts.

guess what? he lied about a lot of things! He said he graduated college and was going to medical school in north carolina and no one knew he smoked, but he does and he really isn't going to medical school.

so he killed his wife, chopped her up and put her in 5 different trash cans in salt lake and they can't find her and it's crazy cause she might have been pregnant!!

anyway, mark hacking killed his wife when he went nuts about being a liar.

best murder last name ever, huh?
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[19 Apr 2004|08:15pm]

Two months after the crash, they came to the sad realization that the flesh of their dead friends could not sustain them forever.
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what an alibi! [04 Apr 2004|11:45pm]

Hey guys this was one of the Skakel brother's alibi for the night Martha Moxley was murdered:

"I was masturbating in the tree."
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[10 Mar 2004|09:35pm]


The strange deaths of some British monarchs:

Edmund Ironside - spear attack - Saxon toilets consisted of a wooden seat with a pit dug below. Edmund is said to have been killed by two thrusts up the rectum from a sword-wielding enemy soldier who was hiding in the pit.

William the Conqueror - horse accident: William died in France in September 1087, having sustained serious injuries a few weeks before when his horse reared up and threw him.

William II - arrow in the heart: William Rufus, an unpopular king, was shot in the heart while hunting deer in the New Forest. It may have been an accident, perhaps even a self-afflicted one, but the king had so many enemies, even within his own hunting party, that murder seems more likely.

Henry I - surfeit of lampreys: Henry died in his late 60s while on a hunting trip in Normandy. It appears to have been a case of greed. At a feast, Henry had partaken of a large amount of lampreys (small eels), a favourite dish of his. The resulting intestinal problems finished him off.

Richard I - gangrene: Having survived wars, crusades and imprisonment by the age of 35, Richard died a few years later after an arrow grazed his shoulder during a trifling battle in France in 1199. Gangrene set in and the minor wound was enough to do for him.

John - greed: the unpleasant King John died of natural causes in 1216 but, seeing as he was only 48 at the time, it is thought that his hugely overweight frame, caused by lifelong gluttony, was a major factor.

Alexander III - ‘drunk driving’: in 1286, after a drunken feast at Edinburgh Castle, this Scottish king, hungry for his new, young wife, decided to undertake the five hour ride back to his home in Fife, despite a freezing storm. While riding along the clifftops, lost in the darkness, his horse is thought to have panicked and thrown him over the edge to his death.

Edward II - red hot poker: Queen Isabella, tiring of her older husband who had had relationships with male courtiers, hatched a plot with her lover Mortimer to overthrow him. Mortimer had Edward murdered at Berkeley Castle. A red-hot bar of iron was thrust up his rear-end. He died screaming; the corpse was said to have borne a terrifying grimace.

Richard II - murder: crowned at the age of 10 and taking charge of England in his mid-teens, Richard started well, but by his late twenties had become a dangerous tyrant. Having been forced to abdicate in 1399, in favour of his hated relative Henry IV, he was quietly done away with in Pontefract Castle the following year.

Richard III - in battle: at the age of 32, Richard led his large, experienced army against Henry Tudor’s supposedly weaker forces. But great bands of men began deserting Richard for the Tudor side and he died in the thick of a battle he ought to have won.

Edward VI - poison?: in 1553, still only in his mid-teens, the promising boy-king had fallen victim to tuberculosis. He may have been helped along the way with poison by the power-hungry Duke of Northumberland. The night of his death was marked by a terrible storm all over England.

William III - death by mole: the frail and grieving William was riding his horse Sorrel when it tripped on a molehill and collapsed. William fell and his broke his collarbone. He died of a fever some days later, never quite recovering from the accident.

George I - seasickness: the German-born king, never comfortable with his life as British King, spent much of his later life back in Hanover. He was on his way there when he had a stroke which was rumoured to have been brought on by nausea from overeating melons in an attempt to soothe seasickness. He was taken to nearby Osnabrück Castle where, by chance, he died in the same room in which he had been born.

George II - toilet trouble: George died at the ripe age of 78 in 1760. When his servant heard troubled sounds emanating from the palace lavatory, he was not too worried, since the king had notorious bowel troubles and could make a lot of noise. However, on investigation it turned out that the king had collapsed with the strain of it all, and had smashed his head open on fittings as he slumped dead.

from here.

P.S. man.
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I think this is appropriate. [26 Dec 2003|11:21pm]

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[24 Dec 2003|03:23pm]

If you people haven't been to crimelibrary.com yet then you really should, it passes the time.
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I guess I am overdue [20 Dec 2003|08:06pm]

“I’m no average killer!” Raymond Martinez Fernandez told Michigan cops on the day he was arrested. The slim, smartly dressed, balding man sat in the wooden chair between two detectives as he told a tawdry story of sex, lies and murder. He wiped his sweating forehead every few minutes with a white handkerchief supplied by his co-conspirator and obese sex slave, who looked on with wide-eyed admiration and love. For several hours he described their journey through a maze of deception and betrayal that ended with the deaths of as many as 17 women. “I have a way with women, a power over them,” he said. That power, he claimed, was achieved by the practice of voodoo.

The Lonely Heart Killers
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[06 Dec 2003|08:14pm]

Two months before, Pat, his daughter, had been picked up by the police for walking the streets after midnight and smoking. To John List, she was trouble and he was certain she was going straight to hell. That his wife, who no longer went to church, protected her from his anger was a sure indication that things were getting out of hand. In November of 1971 he made the decision to change everything, but it was not until December 7th that anyone realized what he had done.

For the past month a neighbor next to the mansion on 431 Hillside Avenue had noticed all the lights on in the house and thought it was odd. She knew the List family had been away on vacation, but now the lights were apparently burning out. The house had an abandoned appearance, although she spotted a strange car in the driveway on several occasions. She finally decided to notify the police.

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[30 Oct 2003|08:39am]

Carol Chapman, who worked at his surgery for nine years, told the hearing yesterday that her earrings became a running joke. "Shipman did not like earrings and I often wore a pair of very large hooped earrings," she said in her witness statement to the inquiry. "On one occasion there had been two deaths and Shipman said that the deaths were my fault.

"When I challenged him, he said it was because of my earrings. This became a running joke in the surgery. When someone died it was because I was wearing a certain pair of earrings. Although this was a joke it began to get to me."

Shipman killed four of Mrs Chapman's relatives - her mother, mother-in-law and two aunts.

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[23 Oct 2003|07:42pm]

However, the girl eventually found her way to the night manager's desk. He was stunned to see her standing there, wrapped only in a sheet, her hair soaked in blood. Something was wrong with her eyes, but she urged him to call the police immediately, so he did. He called an ambulance as well, and they were able to determine that this girl's eyelids had been glued shut, and they found bruises all over her body. read more...
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