Serial killer Alfred Gaynor’s 2013 Massachusetts DOC Inmate ID. Laminated paper. Signed in full and dated on the back. Original mailing envelope included. This is not a reproduction and is the actual ID that Gaynor carried in 2013. Watermark appears on scan only and not the actual ID. For sale on serialkillersink.nethttp://serialkillersink.net/skistore/index.php?_a=product&product_id=3133 Alfred J. Gaynor is an American serial killer and rapist who killed nine women in Springfield, Massachusetts. Alfred Gaynor was born in 1966 in Springfield, Massachusetts. Gaynor, a former handyman and crack addict worked odd jobs in the 1990s. He met several of his victims in a mutual search for crack cocaine and robbed some for drug money after strangling and raping them. Three of the women’s bodies were found by their children. He killed 9 women between April 1995 and February 1998.

Serial killer Alfred Gaynor’s 2013 Massachusetts DOC Inmate ID. Laminated paper. Signed in full and dated on the back. Original mailing envelope included. This is not a reproduction and is the actual ID that Gaynor carried in 2013. Watermark appears on scan only and not the actual ID.

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Alfred J. Gaynor is an American serial killer and rapist who killed nine women in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Alfred Gaynor was born in 1966 in Springfield, Massachusetts. Gaynor, a former handyman and crack addict worked odd jobs in the 1990s. He met several of his victims in a mutual search for crack cocaine and robbed some for drug money after strangling and raping them. Three of the women’s bodies were found by their children. He killed 9 women between April 1995 and February 1998.

New original artwork in today from serial killer Alfred J. Gaynor  For sale on Serial Killers Ink  http://serialkillersink.net/skistore/index.php?_a=viewProd&productId=3127 Alfred J. Gaynor is an American serial killer and rapist who killed nine women in Springfield, Massachusetts. Alfred Gaynor was born in 1967 in Springfield, Massachusetts. Gaynor, a former handyman and crack addict worked odd jobs in the 1990s. He met several of his victims in a mutual search for crack cocaine and robbed some for drug money after strangling and raping them. Three of the women’s bodies were found by their children. He killed 9 women between April 1995 and February 1998. Gaynor was arrested on April 10, 1998. He was originally convicted of murdering JoAnn C. Thomas, Loretta Daniels, Rosemary A. Downs and Joyce L. Dickerson-Peay and sentenced to life in prison on May 19, 2000. In 2006, he admitted to the other rapes and murders. Gaynor admitted to killing Vera E. Hallums, Jill Ann Ermellini, Robin M. Atkins and Yvette Torres in a plea deal with his nephew Paul L. Fickling, who had been sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of the murders of Amy Smith and Destiny Smith on Nov. 17, 1998. Gaynor admitted to killing Smith and Fickling pleaded guilty to manslaughter, reducing his sentence to 19 to 20 years in prison minus the 14 he had already served

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Alfred J. Gaynor is an American serial killer and rapist who killed nine women in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Alfred Gaynor was born in 1967 in Springfield, Massachusetts. Gaynor, a former handyman and crack addict worked odd jobs in the 1990s. He met several of his victims in a mutual search for crack cocaine and robbed some for drug money after strangling and raping them. Three of the women’s bodies were found by their children. He killed 9 women between April 1995 and February 1998.

Gaynor was arrested on April 10, 1998. He was originally convicted of murdering JoAnn C. Thomas, Loretta Daniels, Rosemary A. Downs and Joyce L. Dickerson-Peay and sentenced to life in prison on May 19, 2000. In 2006, he admitted to the other rapes and murders. Gaynor admitted to killing Vera E. Hallums, Jill Ann Ermellini, Robin M. Atkins and Yvette Torres in a plea deal with his nephew Paul L. Fickling, who had been sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of the murders of Amy Smith and Destiny Smith on Nov. 17, 1998. Gaynor admitted to killing Smith and Fickling pleaded guilty to manslaughter, reducing his sentence to 19 to 20 years in prison minus the 14 he had already served

New original artwork in today from serial killer Alfred J. Gaynor  For sale on Serial Killers Ink  http://serialkillersink.net/skistore/index.php?_a=viewProd&productId=3129 Alfred J. Gaynor is an American serial killer and rapist who killed nine women in Springfield, Massachusetts. Alfred Gaynor was born in 1967 in Springfield, Massachusetts. Gaynor, a former handyman and crack addict worked odd jobs in the 1990s. He met several of his victims in a mutual search for crack cocaine and robbed some for drug money after strangling and raping them. Three of the women’s bodies were found by their children. He killed 9 women between April 1995 and February 1998. Gaynor was arrested on April 10, 1998. He was originally convicted of murdering JoAnn C. Thomas, Loretta Daniels, Rosemary A. Downs and Joyce L. Dickerson-Peay and sentenced to life in prison on May 19, 2000. In 2006, he admitted to the other rapes and murders. Gaynor admitted to killing Vera E. Hallums, Jill Ann Ermellini, Robin M. Atkins and Yvette Torres in a plea deal with his nephew Paul L. Fickling, who had been sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of the murders of Amy Smith and Destiny Smith on Nov. 17, 1998. Gaynor admitted to killing Smith and Fickling pleaded guilty to manslaughter, reducing his sentence to 19 to 20 years in prison minus the 14 he had already served

New original artwork in today from serial killer Alfred J. Gaynor

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Alfred J. Gaynor is an American serial killer and rapist who killed nine women in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Alfred Gaynor was born in 1967 in Springfield, Massachusetts. Gaynor, a former handyman and crack addict worked odd jobs in the 1990s. He met several of his victims in a mutual search for crack cocaine and robbed some for drug money after strangling and raping them. Three of the women’s bodies were found by their children. He killed 9 women between April 1995 and February 1998.

Gaynor was arrested on April 10, 1998. He was originally convicted of murdering JoAnn C. Thomas, Loretta Daniels, Rosemary A. Downs and Joyce L. Dickerson-Peay and sentenced to life in prison on May 19, 2000. In 2006, he admitted to the other rapes and murders. Gaynor admitted to killing Vera E. Hallums, Jill Ann Ermellini, Robin M. Atkins and Yvette Torres in a plea deal with his nephew Paul L. Fickling, who had been sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of the murders of Amy Smith and Destiny Smith on Nov. 17, 1998. Gaynor admitted to killing Smith and Fickling pleaded guilty to manslaughter, reducing his sentence to 19 to 20 years in prison minus the 14 he had already served

New original artwork in today from serial killer Alfred J. Gaynor  For sale on Serial Killers Ink  http://serialkillersink.net/skistore/index.php?_a=viewProd&productId=3128 Alfred J. Gaynor is an American serial killer and rapist who killed nine women in Springfield, Massachusetts. Alfred Gaynor was born in 1967 in Springfield, Massachusetts. Gaynor, a former handyman and crack addict worked odd jobs in the 1990s. He met several of his victims in a mutual search for crack cocaine and robbed some for drug money after strangling and raping them. Three of the women’s bodies were found by their children. He killed 9 women between April 1995 and February 1998. Gaynor was arrested on April 10, 1998. He was originally convicted of murdering JoAnn C. Thomas, Loretta Daniels, Rosemary A. Downs and Joyce L. Dickerson-Peay and sentenced to life in prison on May 19, 2000. In 2006, he admitted to the other rapes and murders. Gaynor admitted to killing Vera E. Hallums, Jill Ann Ermellini, Robin M. Atkins and Yvette Torres in a plea deal with his nephew Paul L. Fickling, who had been sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of the murders of Amy Smith and Destiny Smith on Nov. 17, 1998. Gaynor admitted to killing Smith and Fickling pleaded guilty to manslaughter, reducing his sentence to 19 to 20 years in prison minus the 14 he had already served

New original artwork in today from serial killer Alfred J. Gaynor

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Alfred J. Gaynor is an American serial killer and rapist who killed nine women in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Alfred Gaynor was born in 1967 in Springfield, Massachusetts. Gaynor, a former handyman and crack addict worked odd jobs in the 1990s. He met several of his victims in a mutual search for crack cocaine and robbed some for drug money after strangling and raping them. Three of the women’s bodies were found by their children. He killed 9 women between April 1995 and February 1998.

Gaynor was arrested on April 10, 1998. He was originally convicted of murdering JoAnn C. Thomas, Loretta Daniels, Rosemary A. Downs and Joyce L. Dickerson-Peay and sentenced to life in prison on May 19, 2000. In 2006, he admitted to the other rapes and murders. Gaynor admitted to killing Vera E. Hallums, Jill Ann Ermellini, Robin M. Atkins and Yvette Torres in a plea deal with his nephew Paul L. Fickling, who had been sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of the murders of Amy Smith and Destiny Smith on Nov. 17, 1998. Gaynor admitted to killing Smith and Fickling pleaded guilty to manslaughter, reducing his sentence to 19 to 20 years in prison minus the 14 he had already served

New original artwork in today from serial killer Alfred J. Gaynor  For sale on Serial Killers Ink  http://serialkillersink.net/skistore/index.php?_a=viewProd&productId=3126 Alfred J. Gaynor is an American serial killer and rapist who killed nine women in Springfield, Massachusetts. Alfred Gaynor was born in 1967 in Springfield, Massachusetts. Gaynor, a former handyman and crack addict worked odd jobs in the 1990s. He met several of his victims in a mutual search for crack cocaine and robbed some for drug money after strangling and raping them. Three of the women’s bodies were found by their children. He killed 9 women between April 1995 and February 1998. Gaynor was arrested on April 10, 1998. He was originally convicted of murdering JoAnn C. Thomas, Loretta Daniels, Rosemary A. Downs and Joyce L. Dickerson-Peay and sentenced to life in prison on May 19, 2000. In 2006, he admitted to the other rapes and murders. Gaynor admitted to killing Vera E. Hallums, Jill Ann Ermellini, Robin M. Atkins and Yvette Torres in a plea deal with his nephew Paul L. Fickling, who had been sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of the murders of Amy Smith and Destiny Smith on Nov. 17, 1998. Gaynor admitted to killing Smith and Fickling pleaded guilty to manslaughter, reducing his sentence to 19 to 20 years in prison minus the 14 he had already served
New original artwork in today from serial killer Alfred J. Gaynor

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Alfred J. Gaynor is an American serial killer and rapist who killed nine women in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Alfred Gaynor was born in 1967 in Springfield, Massachusetts. Gaynor, a former handyman and crack addict worked odd jobs in the 1990s. He met several of his victims in a mutual search for crack cocaine and robbed some for drug money after strangling and raping them. Three of the women’s bodies were found by their children. He killed 9 women between April 1995 and February 1998.

Gaynor was arrested on April 10, 1998. He was originally convicted of murdering JoAnn C. Thomas, Loretta Daniels, Rosemary A. Downs and Joyce L. Dickerson-Peay and sentenced to life in prison on May 19, 2000. In 2006, he admitted to the other rapes and murders. Gaynor admitted to killing Vera E. Hallums, Jill Ann Ermellini, Robin M. Atkins and Yvette Torres in a plea deal with his nephew Paul L. Fickling, who had been sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of the murders of Amy Smith and Destiny Smith on Nov. 17, 1998. Gaynor admitted to killing Smith and Fickling pleaded guilty to manslaughter, reducing his sentence to 19 to 20 years in prison minus the 14 he had already served
I might go to the Museum of Death this summer, so thanks for posting about the execution sketches! If I do end up going, I'll be sure to submit some pictures from the trip here...
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Very cool! Looking forward to the pictures!

Sold the remaining Ted Bundy courtroom/execution sketches to the good folks at the Museum of Death in Los Angeles. Those who visit the Museum in the next few months, look for the sketches and take pics of yourself in front of them for me and I’ll post em up on the website here and on and the fb page!

Sold the remaining Ted Bundy courtroom/execution sketches to the good folks at the Museum of Death in Los Angeles. Those who visit the Museum in the next few months, look for the sketches and take pics of yourself in front of them for me and I’ll post em up on the website here and on and the fb page!

Serial Killer John Robinson ‘THE SLAVEMASTER’ Linn County Crime Scene Photographs $125 set of 46 photographs

Set of 46 jpeg image files (all images are roughly 1200x1800 and are 300dpi NON WATERMARKED) of the Linn County crime scene photographs taken directly from the original photographs. These never before seen photographs detail the grisly discovery by Kansas Law Enforcement of Suzette Trouten and Izabela Lewicka who’s remains were both found in storage barrels on Robinson’s Linn County farm in June of 2000.

John Edward Robinson is a convicted serial killer, con man, embezzler, kidnapper and forger who was found guilty in 2003 of three murders and received the death sentence for two of them. He subsequently admitted responsibility for five additional homicides, and investigators fear that there might be other, undiscovered victims as well. Because he made contact with most of his post-1993 victims via on-line chat rooms, he is sometimes referred to as “the Internet’s first serial killer”. Many of these chat rooms dealt with the BDSM alternative lifestyle and he often went by the name “Slavemaster”.

Upon payment completion you will immediately receive an automated email with the link to download a 20 megabyte compressed zip file containing the complete set of 46 images.

Sample images:(Please note that these sample images have been reduced in size and resolution and have been watermarked. The digital photographs offered for sale are hi-res (1200 x 1800 / 300dpi) and are NOT watermarked)

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Signed photo from my bud Alfred Gaynor.
Alfred J. Gaynor is an American serial killer and rapist who killed nine women in Springfield, Massachusetts.  Alfred Gaynor was born in 1967 in Springfield, Massachusetts. Gaynor, a former handyman and crack addict worked odd jobs in the 1990s. He met several of his victims in a mutual search for crack cocaine and robbed some for drug money after strangling and raping them. Three of the women’s bodies were found by their children. He killed 9 women between April 1995 and February 1998. Gaynor was arrested on April 10, 1998. He was originally convicted of murdering JoAnn C. Thomas, Loretta Daniels, Rosemary A. Downs and Joyce L. Dickerson-Peay and sentenced to life in prison on May 19, 2000. In 2006, he admitted to the other rapes and murders. Gaynor admitted to killing Vera E. Hallums, Jill Ann Ermellini, Robin M. Atkins and Yvette Torres in a plea deal with his nephew Paul L. Fickling, who had been sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of the murders of Amy Smith and Destiny Smith on Nov. 17, 1998. Gaynor admitted to killing Smith and Fickling pleaded guilty to manslaughter, reducing his sentence to 19 to 20 years in prison minus the 14 he had already served.

Signed photo from my bud Alfred Gaynor.

Alfred J. Gaynor is an American serial killer and rapist who killed nine women in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Alfred Gaynor was born in 1967 in Springfield, Massachusetts. Gaynor, a former handyman and crack addict worked odd jobs in the 1990s. He met several of his victims in a mutual search for crack cocaine and robbed some for drug money after strangling and raping them. Three of the women’s bodies were found by their children. He killed 9 women between April 1995 and February 1998.

Gaynor was arrested on April 10, 1998. He was originally convicted of murdering JoAnn C. Thomas, Loretta Daniels, Rosemary A. Downs and Joyce L. Dickerson-Peay and sentenced to life in prison on May 19, 2000. In 2006, he admitted to the other rapes and murders. Gaynor admitted to killing Vera E. Hallums, Jill Ann Ermellini, Robin M. Atkins and Yvette Torres in a plea deal with his nephew Paul L. Fickling, who had been sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of the murders of Amy Smith and Destiny Smith on Nov. 17, 1998. Gaynor admitted to killing Smith and Fickling pleaded guilty to manslaughter, reducing his sentence to 19 to 20 years in prison minus the 14 he had already served.

One year ago today June 7, 2013 Richard THE NIGHT STALKER Ramirez died of complications secondary to B-cell lymphoma.

One year ago today June 7, 2013 Richard THE NIGHT STALKER Ramirez died of complications secondary to B-cell lymphoma.

Dennis Lynn Rader is an American serial killer and mass murderer who murdered ten people in Sedgwick County (in and around Wichita, Kansas), between 1974 and 1991. He is known as the BTK killer “BTK” stands for “Bind, Torture, Kill”, which was his infamous signature. He sent letters describing the details of the killings to police and to local news outlets during the period of time in which the murders took place. After a long hiatus in the 1990s through early 2000s, Rader resumed sending letters in 2004, leading to his 2005 arrest and subsequent conviction. He is serving 10 consecutive life sentences at El Dorado Correctional Facility, with an earliest possible release date of February 26, 2180.

One page (front and back) handwritten letter and envelope. Letter is general content and is signed DLR in closing as well as signed in full at the top of the front pagel. Original matching handwritten envelope also signed in full is included.

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Dennis Lynn Rader is an American serial killer and mass murderer who murdered ten people in Sedgwick County (in and around Wichita, Kansas), between 1974 and 1991. He is known as the BTK killer “BTK” stands for “Bind, Torture, Kill”, which was his infamous signature. He sent letters describing the details of the killings to police and to local news outlets during the period of time in which the murders took place. After a long hiatus in the 1990s through early 2000s, Rader resumed sending letters in 2004, leading to his 2005 arrest and subsequent conviction. He is serving 10 consecutive life sentences at El Dorado Correctional Facility, with an earliest possible release date of February 26, 2180.

One page (front and back) handwritten letter and envelope. Letter is general content and is signed DLR in closing as well as signed in full at the top of the front pagel. Original matching handwritten envelope also signed in full is included.

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New Arizona death row inmate Chuck Rienhardt artwork in today! An awesome piece! ‘Solitary Desires…and Nightmares’ For sale on Serial Killers Ink: http://serialkillersink.net/skistore/index.php?_a=viewProd&productId=3098 On September 4, 1995, Rienhardt, a female friend, Ellis and his male contact person met at Charles Nadeau’s apartment to negotiate the deal. Rienhardt gave the male $1,180 cash so he could get the methamphetamine, and Ellis stayed behind as “collateral”. After several hours when the drugs did not arrive, Rienhardt and Nadeau threatened Ellis with physical injury and demanded either the money or the drugs. Early the next morning, Nadeau and Rienhardt drove Ellis in a Buick to the Reddington Pass area of Pima County, where they beat him in the face, shot him in the shoulder with a shotgun, and beat his head with heavy rocks, which resulted in blood spatters on their clothes. Rienhardt and Nadeau then drove the Buick to a shopping center, where Nadeau tried to start a fire inside the Buick. When a patrol car drove into the area, Rienhardt and Nadeau fled in a friend’s car, which resulted in a high speed chase until the friend’s car was wrecked. After officers apprehended the two, they noticed blood on their clothing. In the Buick at the shopping center, officers found a bloody towel, a shotgun, the victim’s wallet, and charred newspapers. At Nadeau’s apartment, officers saw blood smears near the entry of the apartment and spatters of blood leading out to the parking lot. Nadeau’s friends admitted seeing blood near the entrance and on the interior of the apartment and on the chair where the victim was last seen sitting.

New Arizona death row inmate Chuck Rienhardt artwork in today! An awesome piece! ‘Solitary Desires…and Nightmares’

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On September 4, 1995, Rienhardt, a female friend, Ellis and his male contact person met at Charles Nadeau’s apartment to negotiate the deal. Rienhardt gave the male $1,180 cash so he could get the methamphetamine, and Ellis stayed behind as “collateral”.

After several hours when the drugs did not arrive, Rienhardt and Nadeau threatened Ellis with physical injury and demanded either the money or the drugs. Early the next morning, Nadeau and Rienhardt drove Ellis in a Buick to the Reddington Pass area of Pima County, where they beat him in the face, shot him in the shoulder with a shotgun, and beat his head with heavy rocks, which resulted in blood spatters on their clothes.

Rienhardt and Nadeau then drove the Buick to a shopping center, where Nadeau tried to start a fire inside the Buick. When a patrol car drove into the area, Rienhardt and Nadeau fled in a friend’s car, which resulted in a high speed chase until the friend’s car was wrecked.

After officers apprehended the two, they noticed blood on their clothing. In the Buick at the shopping center, officers found a bloody towel, a shotgun, the victim’s wallet, and charred newspapers. At Nadeau’s apartment, officers saw blood smears near the entry of the apartment and spatters of blood leading out to the parking lot. Nadeau’s friends admitted seeing blood near the entrance and on the interior of the apartment and on the chair where the victim was last seen sitting.

Richard Ramirez - THE NIGHT STALKER - Handwritten list of his favorite albums/bands a few years (2011) before he passed away. This list is part of a letter and envelope package that can be purchased here:http://serialkillersink.net/skistore/index.php?_a=viewProd&productId=3094

Richard Ramirez - THE NIGHT STALKER - Handwritten list of his favorite albums/bands a few years (2011) before he passed away. This list is part of a letter and envelope package that can be purchased here:
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Richard Ramirez - THE NIGHT STALKER - Handwritten Letter and Envelope + 2 Drawings

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