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Lucas began moving between various relatives and one got him a job in West Virginia, where he established a relationship that ended when his girlfriend's family confronted him about abuse. Lucas befriended Ottis Toole , and settled in Jacksonville, Florida , where he lived with Toole's parents and became close to his adolescent niece Frieda 'Becky' Powell, who had a mild intellectual impairment.
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A period of stability followed, with Lucas working as a roofer , fixing neighbors' cars and scavenging scrap. Powell was put in a state shelter by the authorities after her mother and grandmother died in Lucas convinced her to abscond and they lived on the road, eventually traveling to California, where an employer's wife asked them to work for her infirm mother, year-old Kate Rich, of Ringgold, Texas. Rich's family turned Lucas and Powell out, accusing them of failing to do their jobs and writing checks on her account. While hitchhiking they were picked up by the minister of a Stoneburg, Texas religious commune called "The House of Prayer".
Believing Lucas and the year-old Powell were a married couple, he found Lucas a job as a roofer while allowing the couple to stay in a small apartment on the commune. Powell had become argumentative and homesick for Florida, and Lucas said she left at a truck stop in Bowie, Texas. According to some of his later accounts Lucas murdered Powell and then Rich. As with most of his alleged crimes, Lucas later denied involvement, but the consensus is he did murder Powell and Rich.
Lucas was a prime suspect in the killing of Rich. A few months later, in June , he was arrested on charges of unlawful possession of a firearm by Texas Ranger Phil Ryan. Lucas reported that he was roughly treated by bullying inmates in prison and attempted suicide. Lucas claimed that police stripped him naked, denied him cigarettes and bedding, held him in a cold cell, tortured his genitalia, and did not allow him to contact an attorney.
After four days, Lucas confessed to the murder of Rich, which confession investigators had good reason to believe was genuine; in addition, he confessed to killing Powell. When he started confessing to numerous unsolved cases, he was initially credible; police knew that he had truthfully admitted committing two killings.
Some investigators, including Ryan, thought many of Lucas's confessions were made up to get out of his cell and improve his living conditions. In interviews with Texas Rangers and other law enforcement personnel, Lucas continued to confess to numerous additional unsolved killings. It was thought that there was positive corroboration with Lucas's confessions in 28 unsolved murders, and so the Lucas Task Force was established.
Some of his alleged treatment was odd for someone whom the police supposedly believed to be a cunning mass murderer: he was rarely handcuffed, often allowed to wander police stations and jails at will, and even knew codes for security doors. Later attempts at discovering whether Lucas had actually killed anyone apart from Powell and Rich were complicated by Lucas's ability to make an accurate deduction that seemed to substantiate a confession.
In one instance, he explained how he had correctly identified a victim in a group photograph through her wearing spectacles; a pair of glasses were on a table in a crime scene photo shown to him earlier. There were also suggestions that the interview tapes showed that, despite Lucas' supposedly low IQ, he had adroitly read the reactions of those interviewing him and altered what he was saying, thereby making his confessions more consistent with facts known to law enforcement.
The most serious allegation against investigators, that they had let Lucas read case files on unsolved crimes and thus enabled him to come up with convincingly detailed confessions, made it virtually impossible to determine if, as some continue to suspect, he had been telling the truth to the Lucas Task Force about a relatively large number of the murders. In , Lucas claimed to have killed an unidentified young woman, later identified as Michelle Busha , along Interstate 90 in Minnesota.
When questioned by police, he gave inconsistent details on the way he murdered the victim and was eliminated as a suspect. In , Lucas confessed to the murder of an unidentified girl who was discovered shot to death in a field at Caledonia, New York on November 10, The unidentified girl was referred to at the time as "Caledonia Jane Doe". Investigators, however, found insufficient evidence to support the confession. Lucas also is believed to have falsely confessed to the slaying of Carol Cole in Louisiana.
Cole was unidentified until Journalist Hugh Aynesworth and others investigated the veracity of Lucas's claims for articles that appeared in The Dallas Times Herald. They calculated that Lucas would have had to use his year-old Ford station wagon to cover 11, miles 17, kilometres in one month to have committed the crimes police attributed to him. The report compared Lucas's claims to reliable, verifiable sources for his whereabouts; the results often contradicted his confessions, and thus cast doubt on most of the crimes in which he was implicated.
Attorney General Jim Mattox wrote that "when Lucas was confessing to hundreds of murders, those with custody of Lucas did nothing to bring an end to this hoax" and "We have found information that would lead us to believe that some officials 'cleared cases' just to get them off the books". Lucas remained convicted of 11 homicides.
He had been sentenced to death for one, a then-unidentified woman dubbed as " Orange Socks ," whose body was found in Williamson County, Texas , on Halloween , even though the court heard that on that date a timesheet had recorded his presence at work in Jacksonville, Florida. The sentence was commuted to life in prison in by Governor George W. On March 12, , at pm, Lucas was found dead in prison from heart failure at age As of [update] , Lucas' grave is unmarked due to vandalism and theft. Lucas' credibility was damaged by his lack of precision: he initially admitted to having killed 60 people, a number he raised to over victims, which police accepted, and then to a figure of 3, that led to him not being taken seriously.
He remained, however, publicised as America's most prolific murderer, despite denials such as flatly stating "I am not a serial killer" in a letter to author Shellady. Eric W. Hickey cites an unnamed "investigator" who interviewed Lucas several times and who concluded that Lucas had probably killed about 40 people.
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One highly experienced Texas Ranger who Ryan's team allowed access to Lucas said that although it was obvious to him that Lucas often lied, there was an instance where he demonstrated guilty knowledge. Ain't no way he could've guessed that, and I damn sure didn't tell him. I think he did that one. There have been several books on the case. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American serial killer. Blacksburg, Virginia , United States. This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
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On the surface, Don looks and acts like an automaton, too, with occasional hints of humor and warmth in his capacity as father and Scoutmaster. Or maybe not.
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Frank may be complaining about the herd mentality of many Americans, but underlying that is his battle against a society that bullies and mocks its weakest members, making the daily lives of some so unbearable hey would rather die than live in such company. For those who hold any part of the American Dream in high regard, this film is sure to offend.
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Creep was not a movie begging for a sequel. Two performers bare it all, both literally and figuratively: Creep 2 is one of the most surprising, emotionally resonant horror films in recent memory. Even as her family attempts to curb her homicidal ways, Beverly succeeds in ending the lives of those whose lives she wants to end, her husband Sam Waterston and daughter Ricki Lake and son Matthew Lillard helpless against the tide of ratings and Nielsen numbers working to thwart them. Taking the femme fatale conceit to literal extremes, director Bob Rafelson, whose credits include Five Easy Pieces and the remake of The Postman Always Rings Twice , delivers a modern noir elevated by two ace lead performances.
Debra Winger does Debra Winger as an FBI agent, Alex, who grows obsessed with the perpetrator of a series of unsolved marriages-then-murders. The plain-Jane Fed plays frenemies with the glamorous chameleon while cinematography great Conrad L. Just as he does in all of his works, Tarantino fills the lives of his diverse menagerie of characters with his trademark blend of mundane pop-cultural dialogue and insane violence. In one exhilarating sequence, real-life stuntwoman Zoe Bell precariously hangs onto the hood of a speeding car in what is one of the greatest chase scenes in cinematic history.
Deranged does get gross, its final moments revealing that, like so many films of its ilk, this could only happen in a godless universe, a universe in which there is no reason or purpose to evil.
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Throughout it all, Blossom delivers a stomach-churning performance, his face a graveyard of shadows and terrible memories pushed to Jim-Carrey-like levels of elasticity, as inhuman as it is strictly corporeal. Maniac Year: Director: Franck Khalfoun. Maniac is a rather impressive reimagining of the exploitation horror film of the same name, an attempt to take some grindhouse material and redress it in a modern skin, equal parts shocking and thought-provoking.
Rather, the audience hears the running background noise of his madness as he mutters to himself and stalks his female victims. Cruising Year: Director: William Friedkin. Unpolished and self-congratulatory at times, one still has to admire its sheer chutzpah. If any of these films were going to be remade as an episode of Black Mirror in , it would probably be this one. Tenebrae Year: Director: Dario Argento. If you wrote an ultra-violet horror book, and if your ultra-violent horror book inspired a workaday psycho to go on their own ultra-violent killing spree, would you be put off or would you take it as a compliment?
You figure it out. As movie censors became slightly more relaxed in the s, Hitchcock was allowed to show more violence and even some nudity. An orphan with a superhuman sense of smell makes the startling discovery that he has no scent of his own, and his quest for the ultimate perfume takes a very dark turn. The perfumer Dustin Hoffman ultimately sends him to the perfume masters of Grasse, France, to learn enfleurage , the art of extracting essences by coating them with fat.
He wants to distill and reproduce the essence of people , particularly beautiful virgins. So naturally he goes on a rampage of murders to capture some personal scents.