Monthly Archives: November 2016

Nidal Malik Hasan’s Crime Memorabilia Now Up For Grabs!

A crime memorabilia seller is selling a 51-page handwritten book. It was written by Fort Hood shooter Nidal Malik Hasan for more than $1,300. It can be bought at an online murderabilia site.

Dorothy Carskadon, one of the more than 30 wounded individual by Hasan’s doing last 2009 thinks that this act is a very shameful one, as per ChronThe 46-year-old murderer who was a former Army psychiatrist is recently on the death row at Fort Leavenworth’s disciplinary barracks after slaughtering 13 people and wounding lots of citizens during the Fort Hood massacre.

Any Kahan, the City of Houston’s victim advocate said that Hasan never testified and haven’t said anything on the massacre. So the murderbilia could be a great clue on what is going on Hasan’s mind.

However, it is not the only piece in having a look on Hasan’s mind because there is

Read more at: http://www.parentherald.com/articles/90889/20161130/book-written-murderer-nidal-malik-hasan-sale.htm

Murderabilia for sale: Fort Hood shooter’s views on mass shooting

FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Bell County Sheriff's Department via The Temple Daily Telegram shows Nidal Hasan. In a video released Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012, many of those affected by the shooting rampage three years ago at Fort Hood urged the government to declare it a terrorist attack, saying wounded soldiers and victims' relatives otherwise won't receive the same benefits as those in a combat zone. (AP Photo/Bell County Sheriff's Department via The Temple Daily Telegram, File) Photo: Uncredited, HOPD / Bell County Sheriff's Department

In a handwritten book believed to be penned by Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan, the convicted killer claims his actions were taken “in defense of Islam” by a “sincere Muslim.”

Read more at: http://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Murderabilia-for-sale-Fort-Hood-shooter-s-views-10645891.php

Fort Hood Shooter Book on Sale for $1300

KILEEN, Texas—A handwritten book allegedly written by the Fort Hood shooter is on sale for more than $1,300. One of his more than 30 victims told the Houston Chronicle the book is “a shame.”

The 51 page book is on the site True Crime Auction House which sells work created by or related to criminals.  His attorney called the 51-page book a surprise but the True Crime Auction House owner is confident it’s authentic. It is unlikely the he’ll make any money off the book since it’s
illegal for killers to profit off of murder-related memorabilia in the state of Texas. The convicted killer is currently on death row for slaughtering 13 people back in 2009.

Read more at: http://www.twcnews.com/tx/austin/news/2016/11/30/fort-hood-shooter-book-on-sale-for--1-300.html

Company looks to cash in on Flint ‘serial stabber’ memorabilia

FLINT, MI – An online dealer is looking to cash in on one of Flint’s most notorious killers.

Florida-based Serial Killers Ink is selling what it claims are letters, drawings, photos and a greeting card from alleged serial stabber Elias Abuelazam.

Abuelazam was convicted in 2012 of first-degree murder for the Aug. 2, 2010, killing of Arnold Minor. He also was charged in two other fatal stabbings and six assault with intent to murder cases in the Flint area, but prosecutors dismissed the cases following his sentence of life in prison without parole for the Minor killing.

In total, he was suspected of 18 attacks that resulted in five killings across three states. He also has admitted to stabbing another person in his hometown of Ramla, Israel.

Elias Abuelazam  

His case received international attention and Abuelazam has continuously attempted to get his conviction overturned, in part due to the pre-trial

Read more at: http://www.mlive.com/news/flint/index.ssf/2016/11/letters_photos_and_other_items.html

Murderabilia and True Crime Collecting

Murderabilia and True Crime Collecting looks in depth at the collectible world of Murderabilia and delves closely into the cultural impact of murderer and serial killer culture in contemporary society. Through interviews with some of the world’s most prolific and notorious murderers and serial killers this book discusses their point of view on serial killer artwork and crafts being freely available in the public domain and the issues that exist between killer, collector and victim. Featuring exclusive interviews with: Dennis Nilsen, Wayne Lo, Ian Brady, Joel Rifkin, Nico Claux and many more. Also including artwork from: John Wayne, Danny Rolling, Ottis Toole, Issei Sagawa, plus lots of images of some of the most unusual crafts and memorabilia affiliated with some of the most infamous killers of our time. This book is essential reading for anyone interested in, Murderabilia, true crime and serial killer culture. “Murderabilia and True Crime Collecting is the definitive book on the subject of Murderabilia and related serial killer culture”.

Handwritten book linked to Fort Hood shooter is for sale online

A crime memorabilia dealer is selling a 51-page handwritten book believed to be penned by Fort Hood shooter Nidal Malik Hasan. Photo: True Crime Auction House

A 51-page handwritten book allegedly written by Fort Hood shooter Nidal Malik Hasan is on sale for more than $1,300 at an online “murderabilia” site.

“I think it’s a shame,” said Dorothy Carskadon, one of more than 30 wounded in Hasan’s 2009 murder spree.

The 46-year-old former Army psychiatrist is currently on death row at Fort Leavenworth’s disciplinary barracks after he was convicted of slaughtering 13 people and wounding dozens more during his Fort Hood massacre.

“In his trial he never testified; he never said anything,” said Andy Kahan, the City of Houston’s victims advocate. “So this quite possibly could be an incredible look into his mind.”

It might not be the only look into his mind, though; Hasan’s civil attorney John Galligan said his

Read more at: http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/article/Handwritten-book-allegedly-penned-by-Fort-Hood-10643655.php

Murderabilia: Inside the weird online market for serial killer artifacts

Eric Holler, like lots of business owners, says his biggest months of the year fall between Halloween and Christmas. But, his wares aren’t your typical stocking stuffers: Holler runs Serial Killers Ink, one of the top sites for what’s known as murderabilia — collectibles owned by real-life mass murderers, from their letters and paintings to their underwear.

“People are getting in the mood for spooky, dark things,” Holler said by phone from his home in Jacksonville, Fla., where he has run Serial Killers Ink since 2009. “But it also has to do with Christmas shopping.”

Gift options for your loved ones this holiday season could include this crude watercolor painting, titled ‘Angelic Rain,’ going for $50 by Teodoro Baez, a Chicago man who murdered and dismembered two people with a Samurai

Read more at: http://theweek.com/articles/662522/murderabilia-inside-weird-online-market-serial-killer-artifacts

Shopkins: The tiny toy that appears headed for a huge Christmas


A selection of Shopkins, a toy that’s expected to be a hot seller this holiday season. (Bill O’Leary/The Washington Post)

Vicki Vanilla. Susie Sausage. Buncho Bananas.

If these names sound like gibberish to you now, consider yourself warned: There’s a good chance you’ll soon be on a frantic hunt to get them under your Christmas tree.

These tiny, plastic characters are part of an explosively growing line of toys called Shopkins, which can perhaps best be described as personified versions of items you’d find at the grocery store or the mall — miniature pastries or high heels with cute faces.

After just over two years on store shelves, Shopkins has become a huge business: Market research firm NPD Group reports that a 12-pack of assorted Shopkins was the single best-selling toy in 2015, edging out items from popular properties such as Star

Read more at: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/business/wp/2016/11/16/shopkins-the-tiny-toy-that-appears-headed-for-a-huge-christmas/

Shopkins: The tiny toy that appears headed for a huge Christmas …


A selection of Shopkins, a toy that’s expected to be a hot seller this holiday season. (Bill O’Leary/The Washington Post)

Vicki Vanilla. Susie Sausage. Buncho Bananas.

If these names sound like gibberish to you now, consider yourself warned: There’s a good chance you’ll soon be on a frantic hunt to get them under your Christmas tree.

These tiny, plastic characters are part of an explosively growing line of toys called Shopkins, which can perhaps best be described as personified versions of items you’d find at the grocery store or the mall — miniature pastries or high heels with cute faces.

After just over two years on store shelves, Shopkins has become a huge business: Market research firm NPD Group reports that a 12-pack of assorted Shopkins was the single best-selling toy in 2015, edging out items from popular properties such as Star

Read more at: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/business/wp/2016/11/16/shopkins-the-tiny-toy-that-appears-headed-for-a-huge-christmas/