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1992. Tomb of the Mutilated

 is the third album by band Cannibal Corpse.  and the last album featuring founding guitarist Bob Rusay. 

The album was banned in Germany, due to the violent cover and the extreme nature of the lyrics.

Because the liner notes on Butchered at Birth feature quotations from American serial killer Albert Fish, he is often incorrectly credited with being the voice at the beginning of “Addicted to Vaginal Skin”. However, the taped confession heard at the beginning of the song most likely belongs to the “Genesee River Killer” Arthur Shawcross.

The song “Hammer Smashed Face” was featured during the band’s cameo appearance in the film Ace Ventura.

Special mention to the album front cover, showing a cunnilingus made by two undead. “Tomb of the Mutilated” is a must-have for every brutal death metal fan, This is truly a masterpiece from Cannibal Corpse.

Chris Barnes     Bob Rusay    Jack Owen    Alex Webster   Paul Mazurkiewicz 

Crime Documentary List

I am a giant movie nerd, and I especially love documentaries. I have recommended a few of my favorite documentaries before, but I have recently been inspired to make a rather exhaustive list of my favorite crime documentaries that are available on Netflix. This list is for movies that are available on Netflix in the U.S. - I’m not sure which of them are available in other countries. Please reblog or comment on this post if you have recommendations!

*cracks knuckles* Alright…

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I took the right leg of that woman’s body, from the knee to the hip took the fat off and ate it while she stared at the other girl. When I bit into it she just urinated right there.
—  Arthur Shawcross, the “Genesee River Killer” claims to have eaten the vaginas of three of this eleven victims.

The one and only letter Arthur Shawcross sent to me.


Arthur John Shawcross (June 6, 1945 – November 10, 2008) was an American serial killer, also known as the Genesee River Killer in Rochester, New York. He killed most of his 14 victims after being paroled early following a conviction in the manslaughter of two children, which led to criticism of the justice system. Michael H. Stone, professor of psychiatry atColumbia University and an authority on violent behavior, identified Shawcross as “one of the most egregious examples of the unwarranted release of a prisoner