A Tumblr for anything and everything that falls under the True Crime umbrella. Serial Killers, Mass Shooters, Psychopaths, Inmates, Mobsters, Terrorists, Teen Killers, Deceased Killers, Prison Life, Murderabilia / True Crime Artifacts, Writing to Inmates, Books / Films, Pictures, etc. Any Asks pertaining to those subjects are welcomed and encouraged. I'm an extremely visual person so I enjoy posting as many pictures as possible. This page was created for those interested in all things True Crime and are seeking to learn more, start writing inmates, or share their knowledge. I will be posting original content & reblogging from other awesome True Crime blogs. I will answer any questions about writing to inmates to the best of my ability. This blog is purely to educate and share true crime information and showcase some of the true crime artifacts I collect; I am not "attracted" to any of the people I blog about. My personal blog? mormondyke.tumblr.com. My girlfriend is thedeathmerchant, and we will probably get married soon and drink wine right out of the bottle at our wedding, sorry but we're not sorry.
I’ve been pondering this for a minute and honestly can’t think of anyone. Prison is so depressing.
Depends on your sense of humor but I’ve certainly had some big laughs thanks to inmates.
Unfortunately, I haven’t heard of him responding to a single person.
I’m sorry, I don’t disclose who I correspond with.
I don’t really disclose who I write (with good reason) however her prison mail room is notorious for taking a while and being backed up.
(I think you’re talking about Rod Ferrell) and I’m going to assume that he isn’t. But at this point, I do not know.
-Explain why you chose to write to the person
-Ask any questions you may have (be respectful while doing so)
-Talk about yourself. What do you do for a living? Do you go to school? What are your hobbies and interests? Don’t be a narcissist and go on for twenty pages, but give them a general idea of who you are.
That’s about it.
From what I’ve noticed often, often, seldom, seldom. But again I’m sure it depends on who is writing and their letter.
Not just killers, I write a variety of inmates. As for topics, it really depends on the person and what they feel discussing or what we connect on.
I’m sure they are able to get mail but I don’t have their addresses unfortunately.