W hat’s in a Last Meal? Why are we intrigued by death row last meals? A google search of “last meals on death row” produced over 3.5 million results. There are famous last meals, strange last meals, haunting last meals, and everything else. The concept captures the morbid imagination of everyone from movie producers to scientists . . . and us.
I ‘ve conducted countless interviews, seen hundreds of movies, TV shows, documentaries, and read books about psychopaths. There’s only one series that makes Criminal Minds look like family fun. When you watch, your blood turns to ice, you check your doors and windows, and go to bed with the light on. If the voice doesn’t invade your sleep, or the
E veryone knows Chucky, the infamous killer doll and horror movie icon, popular since 1988. How many people have heard of Robert – the real life demon doll on which Chucky was based? It was 1906. Robert the doll was a gift to young Eugene from a serving girl who had been mistreated by Gene’s parents. The girl was well
T here’s no one on Death Row who you would like to meet in a dark alley. They’re serial killers, murderers, rapists, and perpetrators of the most heinous crimes known to human kind. Yet many of them had a bizarre sense of humor as they faced their executions. These words were collected from various reliable sources, like the Texas Department
D oes your boss have killer instincts? Is your neighbor great company as long as you do what suits her? Is your lover or spouse a control freak? Your boss may have no empathy; your neighbor may not care what you think; and your lover or spouse could be driven only by self-gratification. They’re all psychopathic traits, but chances are unlikely