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? 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.


Anonymous asked
would you say 'columbine - a true crime story' is worth a read?



No. You can get more reliable information online. I would even say read No Easy Answers by Brooks brown. But the information and knowledgeable people online have been my main source for all things Columbine:

Yes it it. Columbine- A true crime story by Jeff Kass is a good book about Columbine along with Brooks Brown. So yes anon read the book. The only one who suck is Columbine by Dave Cullen.

My MISTAKE! For a second I thought she meant the Cullen one. That’s why I said no!

Anonymous asked
Is the Charles Manson biography by Jeff Guinn any good? I just got it from the library and haven't started reading it yet. I just want to know if I will be wasting my time or not.

I don’t think you’re wasting your time. I hear it’s an enjoyable read!

Anonymous asked
How do you get inmates to send you their stuff?


Mostly, they just send me their stuff on their own accord. I tend to not ask a person for their stuff because I feel like if they want me to have it, I’ll have it. (If you’re friends with a person for YEARS, obviously the same rules don’t apply). I’ve read letters written by other people that inmates have sent me—people asking for clothing and personal items. It makes the person look really sketchy, but you can usually tell it’s written by a person who is completely clueless.
So my answer is: try being friends with the person and if you’re a good friend, maybe they’ll send you their stuff. Don’t be shady and just ask for stuff.



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Keith Watson #69526-061
U.S.P. BIg Sandy
P.O. Box 2068
Inez, KY 41224 USA

Show him some love xo

He started crying, which I’ve never seen before. You see, he’s a sociopath, and most sociopath’s don’t cry, and most of them never admit they’re a bad person. Ted looked up to me and said ‘John, I want to be a good person, I’m just not.’ Ted really knew he was evil. Evil, evil, evil. And believe me, really evil.

John Henry Browne, one of Ted Bundy’s attorneys.  (via blood-countess)

Anonymous asked
Does Nathaniel Fujita respond back?

I don’t know, I’ve never written him and I don’t think I know anyone who has!

Anonymous asked
Was is weird like calling and saying hey richard? or just talking with him or any other inmates?

It was honestly pretty boring.  I’ve had better conversations with other inmates.  He was almost “out” of it.  Talking to him was weird…he even once asked me to send him pictures of pageant toddlers (not kidding).

Anonymous asked
aww donald looks like he's smiling a little I'm the last pic :3

Yeah, a tiny smirk.  He has a pretty big smile though (in person!)