the lonely hearts killers

Serial killer Martha Beck is photographed as she breaks down and weeps. Beck was one half of the Lonely Hearts killers. Together with Raymond Fernandez they killed at least 4 people who they met through lonely hearts advertisements. Beck was executed on the same day as her lover Fernandez on the 8th of March 1951

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“ No apparent intelligence, nothing we can argue with. Just a plant with an appetite. “

- “ We think a single petal slipped in through a crack in space-time, just last night, and look how it’s proliferated. And it’s not stopping. Doubled, doubled, doubled again… “
- “ They don’t burn, you can’t mulch them, melt them with acid, poison them with pesticide. Meanwhile, they eat living tissue and multiply. That’s it. That’s all they do. “

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Famous Actors as Serial Killers  (Part  2)

1. Aileen Wuornos played by Charlize Theron in Monster (2003)

2. Fred West played by Dominic West in Appropriate Adult (2011)

3. Ted Bundy playes by Mark Harmon in The Deliberate Stranger (1986)

4. Raymond Fernandez and Martha Beck played by Jared Leto and Salma Hayek in Lonely Hearts (2006)

5. Jack Unterweger played by Michael Fassbender in Entering Hades (2017)

See Part 1

Serial Killers and Their Media Appointed Names

Richard Angelo, “Angel of Death”

Martha Beck and Raymond Fernandez, “Lonely Heart Killers”

David Berkowitz, “Son of Sam”

Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Buono, “Hillside Stranglers”

William Bonin, “Freeway Killer”

Ian Brady and Myra Hindley, “Moors Murderers”

Harvey Louis Carignan, “Trailside Killer”

Richard Chase, “Vampire of Sacramento”

Andrei Chikatilo, “Mad Beast”

Reg Christie, “Monster of Rillington Place”

Douglas Clark, “Sunset Slayer”

Carroll Cole, “Barfly Strangler”

Dean Corll, “Candyman”

Jeffrey Dahmer. “Milwaukee Cannibal”

Theo Durant, “Demon of the Belfry”

Albert Fish “Moon Maniac”

John Wayne Gacy, “Killer Clown”

Carlton Gary. “Stocking Strangler”

Ed Gein, “Plainfield Ghoul”

John Wayne Glover, “Granny Killer”

Vaughn Greenwood, “Skid Row Rasher”

Belle Gunness, “Lady Bluebeard”

Fritz Haarmann, “Vampire of Hanover”

John George Haigh, “Acid Bath Killer”

William Heirens, “Lipstick Killer”

Gary Heidnik, “Sex-Slave Killer”

Dr. H.H. Holmes, “Chicago Bluebeard”

Keith Jesperson, “Happy Face Killer”

Edmund Kemper, “Coed Killer”

Paul John Knowles, Casanova Killer"

Peter Kurten, “Monster of Dusseldorf”

Pedro Lopez, “Monster of the Andes”

Richard Macek, “Mad Biter”

William MacDonald, “Sydney Mutilator”

Earle Leonard Nelson “Gorilla Murderer”

Thierry Paulin, “Monster of Montmartre”

Jesse Pomeroy, “Boy Fiend”

Heinrich Pommerencke, “Beast of the Black Forest”

Richard Ramirez, “Night Stalker”

Melvin Reez, “Sex Beast”

Angel Maturino Resendez “Railway Killer”

Danny Rolling, “Gainesville Ripper”

Charles Schmid, “Pied Piper of Tucson”

Lucian Staniak, “Red Spider”

Peter Sutcliffe, “Yorkshire Ripper”

Coral Eugene Watts, “Sunday Morning Slasher”

Randall Woodfield, “I-5 Killer”

Harvey Glatman was known as the Lonely Hearts Killer,  and executed his crimes in and around LA during the 1950s when he posed as a professional photographer and bachelor looking for love. Glatman killed Judith Dull (left), 19, after booking a fake modeling gig with her at his house. He raped and murdered Shirley Ann Bridgeford (right), 24, after meeting her through The Lonely Hearts Club dating service and taking her “for a drive” to the remote countryside where he forced her to undress before strangling her to death.

As a child, Glatman’s family doctor told his parents that he would “grow out of” his sadomasochistic tendencies, which included choking himself with ropes at the age of 12 and molesting women as a teenager. Despite multiple arrests for molestation and muggings and a diagnosis as a psychopath, Glatman was paroled for his exceptionally good behavior while in prison. He eventually moved to LA, where his career as a fake photographer took off. He made three women murder victims and was caught trying to kill a third when he was arrested and willingly confessed, leading to his execution by gas chamber in 1959.

Sad, Negative or Mellow Love Songs for The Signs

Aries: John Mayer - A Love Song for No One

Taurus: Gorillaz - On Melancholy Hill 

Gemini: Katy Perry - Hot and Cold

Cancer: Justin Timberlake - Mirrors

Leo: Young Heretics - I Know I’m a Wolf

Virgo: Tegan and Sara - Now I’m All Messed Up

Libra: Evanescence - My Immortal

Scorpio: Marina and the Diamonds - Lonely Hearts Club

Ophiuchus: Taylor Swift - Style 

Sagittarius: The Killers - Mr. Brightside

Capricorn: Panic! At the Disco - I Write Sins Not Tragedies

Aquarius: P!nk - So What

Pisces: The Wombats - Your Body Is a Weapon

Pictured above is Raymond Fernandez and Martha Beck, who together were known as the Lonely Hearts Killers. The pair met through a Lonely Hearts ad after Fernandez had started a criminal career robbing women who he would meet through the ads. Beck was more than happy to join him in this venture, although her jealousy towards the women targeted resulted in angry and violent outbursts that lead to a number of their deaths. In one instance she smashed a woman’s head in with a hammer when she discovered her in bed with Fernandez.

The pair were tried for 3 murders, although they may have killed more than 17 women. They were both convicted of murder and executed on 8th of March, 1951. Martha Beck’s final words were:

“My story is a love story. But only those tortured by love can know what I mean. Imprisonment in the Death House has only strengthened my feeling for Raymond….”