Thursday, July 06, 2006

Death Mask

In January 1936, a plaster reproduction of a murdered man's head was placed on display at the Great Lakes Exposition. Cleveland Police hoped that the identification of this decapitated head would lead to information on the suspected murderer, the infamous Torso Killer. The plaster head can now be viewed at the Cleveland Police Museum. Full Story.

5 Comments:

At 10 July, 2006 18:17, Anonymous imliterate said...

blah blah ok.

 
At 11 July, 2006 07:39, Anonymous i dont appreciate that said...

i was literate at one time until i started posting on clevelandfacts...

 
At 11 July, 2006 07:41, Anonymous question said...

did you boys seriously read the whole million page story going along with this post? or did you just put it up here expecting your readers to actually read all of it? we do have lives you know...
and the mask is wearing lipstick...
okay i commented...

 
At 23 July, 2006 10:18, Anonymous I found this to be interesting said...

A boy in one of my 9th grade classes, did a report on the Kingsbury Run Murders...
One night after a concert downtown, I got lost in the same area where many of these murders took place, when trying to get to the highway. Creepy.

 
At 20 September, 2007 14:51, Anonymous yo mama said...

wash behind the ears

 

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