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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

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

Creepiest Sports Memorabilia Ever? New O.J. Simpson Autograph Signed Just Before Nicole’s Murder

Forensics experts could have a field day trying to determine  if Simpson seemed agitated while signing the boy’s autograph. (Photo by Lelands)

About a week ago the owner of one of the most haunting, if not downright disturbing, pieces of memorabilia in the history of American popular culture opened his safety deposit box to retrieve it. For almost 22 years it had never seen the light of day. He then mailed off his unholy relic to Lelands for an auction this fall.

The extreme rarity is an invitation signed by O.J. Simpson on June 12, 1994 hours before his ex-wife’s murder. The consignor, a boy at the time, had joined Simpson in the audience for a dance recital, featuring, among others, Simpson’s daughter, Sydney, who was eight-years old then.

Simpsonologists regard the dance recital as a key event in the true crime drama .

Read more at: http://www.forbes.com/sites/davidseideman/2016/06/14/chilling-o-j-simpson-autograph-signed-hours-before-nicoles-murder-surfaces-for-the-first-time/

Creepiest Sports Memorabilia Ever? New OJ Simpson Autograph Signed Just Before Nicole’s Murder

Forensics experts could have a field day trying to determine  if Simpson seemed agitated while signing the boy’s autograph. (Photo by Lelands)

About a week ago the owner of one of the most haunting, if not downright disturbing, pieces of memorabilia in the history of American popular culture opened his safety deposit box to retrieve it. For almost 22 years it had never seen the light of day. He then mailed off his unholy relic to Lelands for an auction this fall.

The extreme rarity is an invitation signed by O.J. Simpson on June 12, 1994 hours before his ex-wife’s murder. The consignor, a boy at the time, had joined Simpson in the audience for a dance recital, featuring, among others, Simpson’s daughter, Sydney, who was eight-years old then.

Simpsonologists regard the dance recital as a key event in the true crime drama .

Read more at: http://www.forbes.com/sites/davidseideman/2016/06/14/chilling-o-j-simpson-autograph-signed-hours-before-nicoles-murder-surfaces-for-the-first-time/

Why Did Mark Fuhrman Collect Nazi Memorabilia? The Former Detective Reportedly Held Some Interesting Beliefs

The true crime series The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story continues to remind viewers of the bizarre twists and turns of that case and the people it cast into the national spotlight. After a very long investigation, a longer trial, and hours upon hours of media scrutiny, Simpson was acquitted for the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman. But, not everyone walked away: Detective Mark Fuhrman, charged with investigating the high-profile case, was eventually convicted of perjury in relation to the trial. There are many questions viewers may have about this enigmatic man, but one of the strangest may be this: Why did Mark Fuhrman collect Nazi memorabilia, of all things?

Fuhrman was a detective working on the original Simpson case in the mid-’90s, but he wasn’t just any detective. He was the detective who discovered the now-infamous bloodstained glove that

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The Business of ‘Murderabilia’: Websites Selling Murder Memorabilia

Have you ever wanted to own a lock of Charles Manson’s hair? Or a painting by John Wayne Gacy?

Probably not, but for those who have, there are six websites in the United States currently selling “murderabilia,” or murder memorabilia, from almost any killer imaginable.

The starting bid on Manson’s hair is $2,500, and the starting bid for a Gacy of an owl is $1,300 on
MurderAuction.com.

In addition to top-sellers like Manson and Gacy, buyers can purchase items from infamous killers like Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer and Richard Ramirez.

The objects range from personal items such as letters, artwork, and clothing to manufactured items such as action figures, trading cards and comic books.

But the controversial business of selling murder memorabilia does not sit well with many people, including Andy Kahan, a victim advocate for the city of Houston who has been the leader of efforts to ban these

Read more at: http://abcnews.go.com/US/business-murderabilia-websites-selling-murder-memorabilia/story?id=14896607