Joe Metheny letter envelope set with drawing on letter/envelope

Joe Metheny letter envelope set with drawing on letter/envelope

120.00

A serial killer who claimed to have sold his victims' remains in barbecue sandwiches has died in prison.

Joe Metheny, 62, was found unresponsive by a prison guard in Maryland where he was serving two life sentences, having escaped a death sentence on appeal.

Metheny was convicted of murdering two women in Baltimore during the mid-1990s—Cathy Magaziner and Kimberly Spicer—but claimed to have killed 10 people in total.

The killer, who was then heavily overweight and nicknamed "Tiny", confessed to police at the time that he was "a very sick person" and, according to a contemporary report in the Baltimore Sun, broke down in court when he saw Ms Spicer's mother.

Confessing to Ms Magaziner's murder two decades ago, Metheny told detectives he "got a rush out of it, got a high out of it".

The letter and envelope are both handwritten. There is a drawing on both the letter and envelope. The letter is signed, Joe.

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