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TerryTate
05-26-2004, 01:57 AM
Now your fear is justified

http://www.cnn.com/2004/LAW/05/25/clown.porn.charges/index.html

LIQUID24
05-26-2004, 09:29 AM
I wouldn't say I fear clowns, but I sure as hell don't like them.
I think they're creepy. Much like the guy in that story.

dolphan39
05-26-2004, 12:11 PM
wasn't Jeffrey Dalmer a clown ?

BigFinFan
05-26-2004, 12:29 PM
The proper term is:

Coulrophobia- Fear of clowns

P4E
05-26-2004, 03:32 PM
wasn't Jeffrey Dalmer a clown ?

Dahmer was a schizophrenic cannibal and amateur brain surgeon. You're thinking of John Wayne Gacy, who wore a clown outfit and entertained kids at parties when he wasn't burying them in his basement. They're both dead, I don't miss them, and I'm feeling kind of troubled that I'd do well in the psycho-murderer category on Jeopardy.

"Who was... Edward Gein?"

"Thanks, Alex. Let's go with Guess What's in My Freezer for $600."

Peebs
05-26-2004, 07:54 PM
Clowns are freaky freaky people.
I got yelled at once at a kids party by a clown (as an Adult, because we stood in the back talking and apparently this clown needed complete silence :rolleyes: )
I don't like clowns.

This guy is a freak a$$.





Btw...I had a boyfriend once who was strangely obssessed with John Wayne Gacy-he also claimed he thinks he was molested as a child by a midget....can I pick um or what? :shakeno:

P4E
05-26-2004, 07:58 PM
Btw...I had a boyfriend once who was strangely obssessed with John Wayne Gacy-he also claimed he thinks he was molested as a child by a midget....can I pick um or what? :shakeno:

Whoa... :eek: You actually did get together with Terry Tate???

TerryTate
05-26-2004, 08:31 PM
Kinda sounds like the sick fantasy you'd be involved with P4E...molestation by a midget :roflmao:

Im sensing a little jealousy on your part :lol:

Hellion
05-26-2004, 11:55 PM
Ed Gein is a man that lived in wisconsin and Killed his mother and was a suspect in the killing of his brother. He boarded his dead mother in her bedroom and lived in a section of the farm house where they lived. Later he was a suspect in the murder of a local women who happened to be the deputy sherifs mother. When the police went to investigate Gein to see if he had seen or anythiong to do with the missing woman they discovered her body and the body of his mother.
He was suspected of killing a few men as well as women, the police found idems such as a full womans body suit made from real skin which included breasts and vag!na, he had several shrunken heads and many othe types of strange human remains.
Gein claimed to only be a grave robber and not a murderer. He was convicted of murder and became the inspiration of films like "Phsyco" and the "Texas chainsaw massacure"

Ok, who was Albert Fish?

Peebs
05-27-2004, 12:04 AM
Whoa... :eek: You actually did get together with Terry Tate???
Now....come on....that description would actually sound like if I ever dated Clump. Wouldn't it?

BigFinFan
05-27-2004, 12:05 AM
Albert Fish - The Brooklyn Vampire

Albert Fish was born in Washington DC in 1870. At the age of 5 he was put into an orphanage. At the orphanage he took sexual excitement in being abused which fuelled his mind for his fascination with sado-masochism.

At 7-years-of-age his mother took him out of the orphanage because she had obtained a job. Shortly after he had a severe fall off a cherry tree which caused a head injury from which he would have permanent problems with such as headaches and dizzy spells ( head injuries happen to many serial killers early in their childhoods).

At the age of twenty he moved to New York, by then he had been involved in masochistic-homosexual relationships. In New York he began raping children and participated in bizarre sexual acts.

He committed his first murder in 1910 from which he mutilated and tortured his victim. From then on he indulged in torturing and killing children. In the 1920's Fish traveled across 23 US states painting houses, he seized this as a perfect opportunity to commit his perverted acts on children.

Fish also frequently read the bible and said that god-like voices had told him to kill. He also liked inserting needles into his body near the genitals; acts of pain sexually excited him.

On 28 May 1928 a man calling himself Frank Howard made acquaintances with the Budd family. One day Mr. Howard asked if he could take Grace, their 10-year-old daughter, to a party. The Budds allowed him and they never saw their daughter or the old man ever again. The Mr Howard was in fact the 58-year-old Albert Fish, who thought up the idea of killing Grace Budd so he could use her body for acts of cannibalism.

Six years later the Budd's received an anonymous letter from the murderer who admitted to killing Grace and afterwards cooked and ate her body. The police tracked the letter back to some apartments where they matched the writing of the letter to Albert Fish who was a tenant.

Albert Fish was also the 'Brooklyn Vampire' who claimed the lives of four children in 1932-34. Fish was sent to trial for the murder of Grace Budd, his defense was insanity. The jury did not agree and Fish was sentenced to death.

At Sing Sing Prison on 16 January 1936 Albert Fish who described the death sentence as 'the supreme thrill of my life', was electrocuted. The first electrical charge failed as it was short circuited by all the needles Fish had inserted in his body over the years. Albert Fish had committed hundreds of sexual assaults and 16 or more murders.

BigFinFan
05-27-2004, 12:07 AM
Keep the Name Game rolling!

Who was H. H. Holmes?

Hellion
05-27-2004, 12:09 AM
He was also nic named the "Boogyman" (Fish)

Hellion
05-27-2004, 01:49 AM
H.H. Holmes a.k.a. Herman Mudgett, Dr Death, built the the castle of horrors in Chicago, claimed to have killed 133 people mostly women. Considered America's first serial killer.

He was hired by Mrs. Holton a 63 year old wife of a pharmacist who was dying of prostate cancer. He later bought the store after Mr. Holton died but failed to pay Mrs. Holton any money, when she tried to sue Holmes he killed her and told friens that she moved to California because she was to upset over her husbands death.

He later seduced an employee's wife and got her pregnant, he talked her into an abortion the he would perform himself, when she finally agreed he killed her, skinned her and had an acquaintance Charles M. Chappell who had the skill of articulating skeletons, he asked Chappell (who thought the body was a patient of Holmes) to articulate the womans skeleton. Holmes then sold the skeleton tp a local Medical school.

Holmes continued to meet women and seduce them into marrage or a sexual relationship and then kill them and sell their articulted skeletons to universities. Holmes met a young woman named Emeline Cigrand who he planned on marrying but decided to lock her in his safe and masterbated to her dying screams. Several weeks after the incident, the LaSalle Medical School bought a skeleton from Dr. H.H. Holmes,,,a young female.

In the early 1890's, Chicago became the site of a kind of world's fair, celebrating the four hundred year anniversary of Columbus's voyage to America. Holmes's castle was a perfect place to lure tourists, steal their money and murder them. There were gas jets in the rooms to asphyxiate the victims and the kilns below to cremate the bodies. Fifty tourists who visited the Columbian Exposition and took rooms in the Castle never returned home. Many of those who met their doom in the "Castle of Horrors" were young women.

Herman W. Mudgett, alias H. H. Holmes was tried, convicted and sentenced to death. In the end, he thought his facial features had changed to that of a demon.
Fearful of grave robbers, he left explicit instructions for his burial. Ironically, a man did offer a large sum of money for his body.

A grave ten feet deep, eight feet long, and five feet wide was dug. In the coffin, Holmes' face was covered with a cloth, and cement poured over every part of his body. Thirteen men dragged the coffin to the grave. The weight of the coffin caused it to fall into the grave upside down. Instead of facing the heavens, he faced hell.

This is actually a very complicated man and story. Here's a link to his story. It's an interesting read.

http://www.crimelibrary.com/serial_killers/history/holmes/index_1.html?sect=6

Clumpy
05-27-2004, 02:02 AM
Clowns are freaky freaky people.
I got yelled at once at a kids party by a clown (as an Adult, because we stood in the back talking and apparently this clown needed complete silence :rolleyes: )
I don't like clowns.

This guy is a freak a$$.





Btw...I had a boyfriend once who was strangely obssessed with John Wayne Gacy-he also claimed he thinks he was molested as a child by a midget....can I pick um or what? :shakeno:


Maybe you need to find a different place to hang out :shakeno:

Snickersbps
05-27-2004, 03:56 AM
well, Ive gotta say I could have done without clicking on this link and reading the disturbing posts.

SO is this just a point of interest for you guys, or should we never meet in person? :foundout:

P4E
05-27-2004, 04:14 AM
Gilles de Rais

TerryTate
05-27-2004, 04:14 AM
Oh come on, we're all normal here, it's not like we are ODing on Ambien or anything :lol:

Hellion
05-27-2004, 05:05 AM
Gilles de Rais
A 15th century soilder that fought along side Joan of Arc and was the equivalent of France's Chief of staff for the military. He was a murdering pedophile and homosexual that enjoyed tourchering, abusing and murdering little boys.

Although de Rais had sexually assaulted and murdered at least 30 children, robbed and pillaged the merchants and bourgeois inhabitants of Brittany, Anjou and his own province of Pays de Rais, and dabbled in the forbidden arts of alchemy and black magic, it wasn’t until he kidnapped an important priest from inside a church that someone decided that he had gone too far.

September 14, 1440 that Bishop Malestroit issued the arrest warrant for Gilles de Rais, he ordered them to find de Rais, arrest him and bring him to Nantes to face an inquisition.

He was found guilty and Gilles de Rais went to the gallows on October 26, 1440.

Lucian Staniak?

ajdoggie
05-29-2004, 07:22 PM
There actually is a word for the fear of clowns, I can't think of it though.

Snickersbps
05-29-2004, 07:44 PM
There actually is a word for the fear of clowns, I can't think of it though.


Coulrophobia