Jack Spillman 9x12 drawing with envelope

Jack Spillman 9x12 drawing with envelope

400.00

Jack Owen Spillman III (born 30 August 1969) is a serial killer from Spokane, Washington. He is known as "The Werewolf Butcher"

Spillman was convicted of the murders of a 48-year-old East Wenatchee, Washington woman and her 15-year-old daughter in April 1995, and the murder of a 9-year-old girl in 1994.

Spillman's black pickup truck matched the description of a vehicle seen in a parking lot near the victims' home on the night of the murder. That evening Spillman was stopped by an East Wenatchee police officer in the parking lot of a VFW hall nearby. Later a knife was recovered at that location. It was a 12-inch knife covered in blood and appeared to match a knife set in the victims' home. Before he was arrested, Spillman was kept under surveillance for a week while laboratory tests were performed. The woman and her daughter had both been sexually mutilated and posed in provocative positions.

Under threat of the death penalty, he later admitted to killing a 9-year-old Okanogan County girl the previous year. Her body, when exhumed, had also been posed in a provocative position. Spillman pleaded guilty to three counts of aggravated murder and was sentenced to life in prison in 1996. Spillman is serving his sentence at Washington State Penitentiary.

The drawing is signed in full. Spillman has also signed his nickname, “The Werewolf Butcher”. There are two photos included which Spillman has signed. Included is also the original mailing envelope. The drawing measures 9x12.

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