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The diplomas of Ted Kaczenski, the man responsible for the nationwide killing spree that had killed 3 people and injured 23 others over the span of 20 years. 

Ted was known as a mathematical prodigy and was accepted into Harvard at 16 years of age where he would earn his undergraduate degree, becoming a Bachelor of Arts. 

The diplomas in the last image are of his two graduate degrees he recieved from the University of Michigan; a Master of Arts in mathematics and a Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics. His diplomas were sold at an auction as well as many of his other possesions and the victims of his crimes had split the money that was raised.

In the 1962 Harvard alumni report, Kaczenski listed himself as a “prisoner” in the occupation category and that his greatest accomplishments and awards was being given “eight life sentences, issued by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, 1998.” He had also listed his home address in the alumni report as his prison number, P.O box, and the physical address of the prison itself.