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Richard Ramirez Butcher Knife 9x12 drawing
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Elmer Wayne Henley, Jr. is a convicted American serial killer. Henley was convicted in 1974 for his role in a series of murders in Houston, Texas between 1970 and 1973 in which a minimum of 28 teenage boys were abducted, tortured, raped and murdered by Dean Corll. Many of the victims were lured to Corll's home by Henley or Corll's other teenage accomplice, David Brooks. Corll was shot dead by Henley, then 17 years old, on August 8, 1973.
Henley is serving six life sentences for his involvement in what came to be known as the Houston Mass Murders, which at the time were characterized as "the deadliest case of serial murders in American history".
Original wire photograph from 1973. Photograph measures 7" X 9.5" Wire photographs are photos that are one off the original and used to send through wire transmission signals to press outlets around the world to accompany news articles. These type photographs are often highly sought after by collectors of historical data.
Product Code: EWH200E
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