richard ramirez letters


alright, true crime community. listen up.
i am selling the letter on the left, and the drawing on the right. i’m selling them together. i will send them to you only if i trust you. i send them out the day i recieve the money. i have sold my other ones before to 3 other people on Tumblr. i can only accept checks or moneygram. i will send both items together for the price of $80 or if you only want one thing, they are $40 each. dm me for details, thank you!

“yes, i did enjoy the power. i never enjoyed hurting kids. i did enjoy hurting women. i’ve never had much use for them. but no use for them. i let a child go once. did you know that? i’m not this monster that people say i am. the monsters are the ones in the white house, the monsters are the citizens who sit back and let the corruption slide. nothing has even changed since the 80s.” - richard ramirez letter to a pen pal

a letter serial killer Richard Ramirez wrote to a woman who wrote him frequently, it reads “I’d like for you to know that I value our friendship. I wish I had another way to express it. You light up my existence and I’ve missed you. If you know all the feelings I have for you then you should know that to me you are what makes my world a better place…”

A letter from serial killer Richard Ramirez to a journalist who posed as a 10-year-old boy and wrote to him while he was in San Quentin, high security prison. Richard asks him what school he goes to, who his friends are, and gives him the advice to stay in school. He also asks the “young boy” to send him pictures.

Ricardo Leyva “Richard” Muñoz Ramírez (2.29.60 – 6.7.13) 

Also known as the “Night Stalker”. Well known for his laid back, rock star attitude during trial, to which he was convicted of killing 13 people in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Also known for his involvement in devil worship, and his large female following, from whom he commonly received hundreds of letters. (×̯×)

I went from 1985 to 1993 without listening to music, believe it or not.  
The places (jails) I was in from 85 to 93 had no radio. All I did was read books for the most part.

— Richard Ramirez in two letters to a penpal (Nov / Dec 2000)


“But even though I’m here, Evil lives in the world. As it should”

Richard Ramirez

(in a letter to Jason Moss)