The most disturbing things that crazy serial killer fans have done
If you think you've heard the worst, wait until you've heard some of the things that serial killer fans have done.
From getting pregnant with people on death row to trying to claim that possession of the devil is a reasonable excuse for serial murder, here is the rundown of arguably the craziest fan club in the world: the serial killer fandom.
Ted Bundy's wife
Carol Ann Boone defended Ted Bundy; arguably the most notorious serial killer and necrophile; during his trial and insisted he was innocent right until his last few days alive when he admitted to the murders. In a dramatic turn of events, Bundy proposed to her during his trial which was frowned upon by the public. She became pregnant with his child when he was on death row and transported drugs to the prison for Bundy.
But eventually, Boone divorced him, moved away with their daughter and changed their name. Somewhere, Ted Bundy's daughter is around, living her life normally.
Among hundreds of other letters, a literal child sent a letter to the imprisoned Myra Hindley, one half of the Moors Murderers who killed five children aged 10-17, saying that they believe she deserved to be released. And the worst part? Her parents approved of them writing the letter.
Mourning the death of Ian Brady
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On May 15 2017, Ian Brady succumbed to cancer in Ashworth Hospital. While the families of the five victims rejoiced: the brother of a victim saying 'I don't drink - but I'll have a pint' to celebrate his death: a group of fans on Tumblr and Twitter said that they were 'crying so hard' and that it was the 'worst day ever' to discover the passing of the brutal child killer.
Cindy Haden was put in the jury after someone was dismissed, and she accepted the position with alleged 'visible excitement'. Clocking onto her attraction, Ramirez saw Haden as an opportunity to acquire a hung jury and so started to make eye contact with her during the trial. On Valentine's day, Haden went as far as to present the vicious blood-thirsty killer with a cupcake with the words 'I love you' iced onto it.
After the trial, Haden visited him in prison and became somewhat of a TV personality, claiming that the murderer had been possessed by the devil and that his lawyers really should have brought this up in the trial.