Damien was sexually abused??

No? He got in trouble himself for sexual misconduct. Unless you’re referring to the alleged rape that happened in prison, which he totally lied about. And who the fuck lies about prison rape?

Echols states himself that he is sociopathic.

Echols states himself that he is sociopathic.

What makes you say Damien is a psychopath? Love your blog btw!

You’d have to read what is referred to as “exhibit 500”. It’s not mentioned in any of the documentaries, but is very important. In it, you can read about Damien’s many mental hospital stays and all the doctors records on Damien (he stated he was going to kill his parents, his parents were scared to have him in the house because they were afraid he would kill the kids, he threatened to cut his dads eyes out, he threatened to kill his girlfriend’s parents, he drank blood and said it gave him power, he stated killing people would give him the ultimate power, he stated when his girlfriend Domini was pregnant that he wanted to sacrifice the baby…the list goes on and on)

http://callahan.8k.com/wm3/img/exh500.html

Do you think Jeffrey Dahmer's dad truly forgave/loves him?
Anonymous

thedeathmerchant:

Absolutely, you can tell he loved his son. Kids do bad things and even if your kid eats, kills and fucks corpses, you still love them.

Hi! How do you format the address on the envelope when writing to a prisoner? Like what goes on each line? Thank you.
Anonymous

The same way you write any address on an envelope and if you don’t know how to do that, there is no hope for you.

Hey I was just curious what confirmed your belief about the wm3 being guilty? I'm still reading through the court documents and I started reading law and disorder by John Douglas and I was uncertain at first and I've watched a lot of videos that are both for and against innocence and I really just have come to the conclusion they were innocent. But I'm curious about your opinion and reasons for it if u don't mind sharing :)

I wasn’t aware any videos existed about their guilt. There wasn’t any one thing that made me think they’re guilty, numerous things all tied together. Damien’s psychological evaluation (he’s clearly and without a doubt a psychopath) and a lot of the testimony.

The west Memphis 3 were not guilty. What the fuck?
Anonymous

Thank you for sharing your very important opinion with me and backing it up with such valuable information. You’ve changed my mind, I’m now a believer.

thedeathmerchant:

Horrible quality, but here’s the inside of a death row cell.

thedeathmerchant:

Horrible quality, but here’s the inside of a death row cell.

thedeathmerchant:

At church rn blogging and praying for the person who sent me the ANONYMOUS ask calling me a stupid cunt. Yassss bitch I’m prayin for ya.

thedeathmerchant:

At church rn blogging and praying for the person who sent me the ANONYMOUS ask calling me a stupid cunt. Yassss bitch I’m prayin for ya.

thedeathmerchant:

These are all for sale. Message me for details (not anonymously, those will be ignored).

thedeathmerchant:

Medical malfunction.
Approximately four months ago, this inmate was attacked by a fellow prisoner (attacker was Jeffrey Bailey, I recommended him for a pen pal a few months ago). Mr. Bailey allegedly tossed a cup of liquid drain cleaner into the victims face and as anyone with an iq higher than that of a lobotomized garden slug would know, the component necessary to activate said drain cleaner is h20. Would anyone care to guess what the medical professionals at Holman prison chose to wash the substance off this mans face with?
That’s right! They flushed this mans face with water, thereby activating the caustic element of the drain cleaner and melted this fella’s face. Can anyone say lawsuit?

thedeathmerchant:

Medical malfunction.

Approximately four months ago, this inmate was attacked by a fellow prisoner (attacker was Jeffrey Bailey, I recommended him for a pen pal a few months ago). Mr. Bailey allegedly tossed a cup of liquid drain cleaner into the victims face and as anyone with an iq higher than that of a lobotomized garden slug would know, the component necessary to activate said drain cleaner is h20. Would anyone care to guess what the medical professionals at Holman prison chose to wash the substance off this mans face with?

That’s right! They flushed this mans face with water, thereby activating the caustic element of the drain cleaner and melted this fella’s face. Can anyone say lawsuit?

oddtruecrimefacts:

Odd Prisoner Lawsuits
-Lawrence Bittaker claimed he had been subjected to “cruel and unusual punishment” because he received a broken cookie on his lunch tray and his sandwich was soggy.
-Richard Burton sued the state of California because his stomach hurt after eating chili.
-Kevin Howard sued the state of California, claiming the department of corrections planted a device in his brain to control his thoughts and then his thoughts were broadcasted on prison loudspeakers.
-While on death row at San Quentin State Prison, Rodney Alcala sued the state claiming his civil rights were violated because his packages were sent via UPS instead of USPS.
-Joseph Gonzalez sued the state of New York after receiving a bad haircut at Sing Sing Prison. He claims he lost sleep and suffered headaches and chest pains after being given a “defective haircut.”
-Kenneth Parker was upset when he ordered two jars of chunky peanut butter at the Nevada State Prison canteen - and received one chunky and one creamy. He sued for “mental and emotional pain”, asking for $5,500 and the imprisonment of a prison official. (The case went on for two years before finally being dismissed).
-Frederick Woods and two accomplices kidnapped a bus driver and 26 school children and buried them underground. ABC aired a made for TV movie based on the case and Woods viewed it and was very offended. He sued the network, saying the show portrayed him as being, “callous, vicious, hardened and uncaring”.
-Scott Gomez tried to escape from the Pueblo County Jail in Colorado. He made a candle and melted the tiles on the ceiling of his cell and made it to the jail’s roof. When he climbed on the roof and tried to scale the wall, he fell down 40 ft. Gomez sued, saying the jail was responsible for his injuries because they “failed to provide ceiling tiles that could not be removed by melting them with a homemade candle” and “ignored his propensity to escape”, as he had done so on two different occasions.
-Robert Paul Rice sued Utah State Prison for violating his freedom of religion. Rice claimed his religion was “the Vampire Order” and he needed to have his religious needs met, including but not limited to a vampire diet—grains and vegetables, and a “vampress”, so she could join in the “vampiric sacrament”.
-James Higgason sued the state of Indiana, stating that prison officials violated his constitutional rights when they denied him access to pornography, “causing him pain, suffering, humiliation, mental anguish, emotional distress and financial loss.”
-While incarcerated at a Virginia prison, Robert Lee Brock sued himself. He claimed his civil rights as well as his religious beliefs were violated when he allowed himself to get drunk. He demanded $5 million from himself, but didn’t earn any wages in prison so he felt the state should pay on his behalf.

oddtruecrimefacts:

Odd Prisoner Lawsuits

-Lawrence Bittaker claimed he had been subjected to “cruel and unusual punishment” because he received a broken cookie on his lunch tray and his sandwich was soggy.

-Richard Burton sued the state of California because his stomach hurt after eating chili.

-Kevin Howard sued the state of California, claiming the department of corrections planted a device in his brain to control his thoughts and then his thoughts were broadcasted on prison loudspeakers.

-While on death row at San Quentin State Prison, Rodney Alcala sued the state claiming his civil rights were violated because his packages were sent via UPS instead of USPS.

-Joseph Gonzalez sued the state of New York after receiving a bad haircut at Sing Sing Prison. He claims he lost sleep and suffered headaches and chest pains after being given a “defective haircut.”

-Kenneth Parker was upset when he ordered two jars of chunky peanut butter at the Nevada State Prison canteen - and received one chunky and one creamy. He sued for “mental and emotional pain”, asking for $5,500 and the imprisonment of a prison official. (The case went on for two years before finally being dismissed).

-Frederick Woods and two accomplices kidnapped a bus driver and 26 school children and buried them underground. ABC aired a made for TV movie based on the case and Woods viewed it and was very offended. He sued the network, saying the show portrayed him as being, “callous, vicious, hardened and uncaring”.

-Scott Gomez tried to escape from the Pueblo County Jail in Colorado. He made a candle and melted the tiles on the ceiling of his cell and made it to the jail’s roof. When he climbed on the roof and tried to scale the wall, he fell down 40 ft. Gomez sued, saying the jail was responsible for his injuries because they “failed to provide ceiling tiles that could not be removed by melting them with a homemade candle” and “ignored his propensity to escape”, as he had done so on two different occasions.

-Robert Paul Rice sued Utah State Prison for violating his freedom of religion. Rice claimed his religion was “the Vampire Order” and he needed to have his religious needs met, including but not limited to a vampire diet—grains and vegetables, and a “vampress”, so she could join in the “vampiric sacrament”.

-James Higgason sued the state of Indiana, stating that prison officials violated his constitutional rights when they denied him access to pornography, “causing him pain, suffering, humiliation, mental anguish, emotional distress and financial loss.”

-While incarcerated at a Virginia prison, Robert Lee Brock sued himself. He claimed his civil rights as well as his religious beliefs were violated when he allowed himself to get drunk. He demanded $5 million from himself, but didn’t earn any wages in prison so he felt the state should pay on his behalf.

thedeathmerchant:

Serial killer Phillip Jablonski lists his cannibalized/rape and murder victims.
He answered he raped his victims because, “my sister cause they were available and sweet and tender just like her best friend”

On why he killed:
“Prostitutes I also fantasized about killing a woman, why not a prostitute and she was easy prey. Mary Daily and Penny Scott, I got tired of them”.

Why he cannibalized:
“You could say for souvenirs. I can have them with me and a way to humiliate them when bodies are found and to show I didn’t give a shit about them and shame their loved ones when they find their loved ones body parts are missing”.

What does human meat taste like:
“Nipples taste salty and like rubber. Eyes- liquid, no taste and musty. Ears- hard to chew unless you boil them. Men’s balls-really taste good when you boil them until they are soft, taste almost like meatballs. Dick- tastes good but need a lot of boil to make soft for eating them. To me, tastes like a hot dog.”

thedeathmerchant:

Bobby Ray Gilbert art. The angel was a custom piece and sold (to a lovely man). The Escher’s nightmare is slightly different than the others I have (title is written on the pencil, background is darker, tape is smaller).

thedeathmerchant:

Bobby Ray Gilbert art. The angel was a custom piece and sold (to a lovely man). The Escher’s nightmare is slightly different than the others I have (title is written on the pencil, background is darker, tape is smaller).

thedeathmerchant:

I cut my hand up reallllly bad trying to carve that drip candle to fit in the bottle. It was worth all the bloodshed, look how pretty.

thedeathmerchant:

I cut my hand up reallllly bad trying to carve that drip candle to fit in the bottle. It was worth all the bloodshed, look how pretty.