Beautiful Veins
"Those who harmed me did so out of their own internal unrest; their dysfunction was a product of their history."


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Ted Bundy was not a popular man on death row. He made a good impression on some of the black inmates with his skill in the exercise yard - “We were amazed,” one remembered. “He’s a white guy who can actually play basketball!” - but mostly the other inmates resented his notoriety and, despite their own evil, abhorred his crimes. Doug McCray, one of the death row old-timers, recalled the night the news came over the television that Kimberly Leach’s body had been found. He go on the bars and said to Bob Sullivan, “Sully, man, the individual who would do something like that - he deserves the death penalty.” There was a lot of boasting around the prison, prisoners saying: “Let Bundy out with us. We’ll take care of him.” From the security of his cell, the most infamous serial killer in America sniffed, “I have nothing for those animals out there.”

ramirezdahmerbundy:

Ted Bundy was not a popular man on death row. He made a good impression on some of the black inmates with his skill in the exercise yard - “We were amazed,” one remembered. “He’s a white guy who can actually play basketball!” - but mostly the other inmates resented his notoriety and, despite their own evil, abhorred his crimes. Doug McCray, one of the death row old-timers, recalled the night the news came over the television that Kimberly Leach’s body had been found. He go on the bars and said to Bob Sullivan, “Sully, man, the individual who would do something like that - he deserves the death penalty.” There was a lot of boasting around the prison, prisoners saying: “Let Bundy out with us. We’ll take care of him.” From the security of his cell, the most infamous serial killer in America sniffed, “I have nothing for those animals out there.”

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ramirezdahmerbundy:

Ted Bundy was not a popular man on death row. He made a good impression on some of the black inmates with his skill in the exercise yard - “We were amazed,” one remembered. “He’s a white guy who can actually play basketball!” - but mostly the other inmates resented his notoriety and, despite their own evil, abhorred his crimes. Doug McCray, one of the death row old-timers, recalled the night the news came over the television that Kimberly Leach’s body had been found. He go on the bars and said to Bob Sullivan, “Sully, man, the individual who would do something like that - he deserves the death penalty.” There was a lot of boasting around the prison, prisoners saying: “Let Bundy out with us. We’ll take care of him.” From the security of his cell, the most infamous serial killer in America sniffed, “I have nothing for those animals out there.”

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