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George Putt signed print out with envelope

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George Putt signed print out titled, "Top Ten Reasons Why Santa Doesn't Like to Visit Turney Center", which is where Putt is incarcerated.  Putt typed a few sentences at the bottom of the print out and signed his first name both in cursive and in print.  Typed envelope included.  For more information on George Putt, read the short biography below.


Physically and emotionally abused as a child, this Memphis, Tennessee, predator was socially and psychologically handicapped from the get go. His father was a drifter and a drunk who enjoyed beating his seven children with regularity. Before he was eighteen George had already been arrested several times for acts of violence against women and other assorted crimes. During a football game in reform school George was kicked on the head and knocked out for several minutes and may have sustained permanent brain damage. After his accident poor, little George started sleepwalking with his eyes open, and having alternately blackouts and violent seizures. He continued demonstrating his "sociopathic personality" throughout the sixties. Psychology test revealed a "morbid preoccupation with blood and gore" as he continued with his career as a violent criminal.

By 1967 he married a Mississippi woman from whom he demanded sexual gratification six to eight time a day. A charming and tactful fellow, in 1969 he tried to rape his mother-in-law in three different occasions. Shortly after the third attempted rape, authorities believed George committed his first killing.

By March of 1969 George's deadly habits were in full swing. He first brutally murdered a couple. He tied the woman to the bed, raped her and mutilated her vagina and anus with a pair of surgical scissors. A week and a half later he clobbered to death an 80-year-old widow and mutilated her genitalia with a butcher knife. Four days later third woman was bound and brutally stabbed fourteen times. He attacked his fifth victim in her home on September 11. Neighbors heard her screams and called the police. After a wild chase through the streets of Memphis Georgie-Boy was caught trying to escape all smeared in blood. He was found guilty of all his crimes and given the death penalty. When the Supreme Court struck down the death penalty, George was handed a 497-year sentence. Always the good sport, George chuckled when the judge read him the sentence.

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