About two years ago I corresponded with Richard Ramírez pretty frequently. He was shy, polite but withdrawn at first but over the course of almost a year, he slowly opened up. We had some pretty interesting discussions. We exchanged photographs and he praised me with compliments and constantly asked for more.
Finally, he manned up and asked me, in very specific detail, to take certain "naughty" photos of myself for him. I could not read the letter/request with a straight face. I still can't! I thought it was completely inappropriate and hilarious. I had no idea how to reply other than with a "wtf, perv!" So, I haven't responded to that letter yet.
I may write him again, now that time has passed, hoping he's forgotten by now and we can "start over."
But anyway, after giving it some thought (and after several requests) I've decided to share the "inappropriate letter".
He also included two separate pieces of paper. One with a story which he thought was amusing (and apparently thought it would amuse me too). Another with a drawing for me.
They can be found HERE at killer_culture.
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As a familiar putrid stench settled over Imperial Avenue one day last summer, making the block near East 123rd Street practically unbearable, one of Anthony Sowell's neighbors turned to him in disgust....
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i think the nazis are coming to get me. every time i pick up my soap the poison gets into my blood.
i can't have it turning into powder.
please please i need new blood.
I recently acquired a clown painting from a neighbor and he told me it was painted by a famous killer. My neighbor just moved away and I've forgotten who it was. All the information I have is that the man killed little boys and the painting is signed "Jackie".
Anyone have an idea as to who this might be?
A 16-YEAR hunt for a female serial killer has collapsed into farce after DNA that linked crimes across Europe was traced to contaminated cotton swabs from a factory.
Millions of euros and hundreds of thousands of hours spent searching for someone linked to six murders and numerous other crimes have been wasted, as the predator does not exist.
A California woman has come forward to claim that her late father was the elusive Zodiac Killer and that she accompanied him on many of his shooting sprees in the late 1960s when she was only 7-years-old, KTVU.com reported.
Kevin Mclean, a California-based attorney, has led a 2-year long investigation into claims made by Deborah Perez that her father, Guy Ward Hendrickson, was the Zodiac Killer and urged her to come forward when he heard that another investigator was planning on presenting another theory to police.
“He was a Jekyll and Hyde,” McLean said of Hendrickson. “He was nuts. He set out to kill people. Some of these killings were not random.”
Perez has also claimed that she helped to write, address and stamp many of the cryptic letters sent to the San Francisco Chronicle following the murder of Paul Stine in 1969 and to have embroidered the mask worn by the killer during many of the murders, KTVU.com reported.
“There were strange events with my father,” she said. “I would hear shots and my father would say it was firecrackers. I would see a woman running and then hear shots and he would tell me someone threw firecrackers at her.”
Hendrickson lived in Orange County, California until 1993 when he died of cancer.