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  • 36. Albert Fish The Real Hannibal Lector
  • 37. Background
    • Born May 19,1870
    • Washington D.C.
    • Long family history of mental illness
    • Little education
      • Learned to work with hands not brain
    • Orphaned at a young age
      • Brutally beaten there
  • 38. Family
    • 6 Children
    • Life was fine until 1917
      • Wife left for another man
    • Forced children to participate in various acts of sadomasochism
      • Kids would beat him with spiked paddle
  • 39. Tactics
    • Kind and gentle looking man
    • Lured children away from family and homes
    • Tortured and raped victims
      • Often used spiked paddle
    • Later on he began to perform more bizarre acts and cannibalize his victims
  • 40. Instruments of Hell
    • Meat Cleaver
    • Butchers Knife
    • Saw
  • 41. Killings
    • 6 known victims
    • 1924-1932
    • New York City, New York
    • Apprehended in 1934
  • 42. Personas
    • Developed skill in painting
    • Worked on various houses around the country
    • Said to have had children in every state
    • Targeted high African-American populated cities
  • 43. Mr. Frank Howard
    • Persona of Albert Fish
    • Answered Edward Budd’s job ad
    • Met with Budd family to discuss the job
    • Invited Grace Budd to go to a party with him
  • 44. Grace Budd
    • 10 years old
    • Parents allowed her to go to a “birthday party” with Mr. Fish
    • Grace left her house for the final time
  • 45. Aliases
    • Gray Man
    • the Werewolf of Wysteria
    • Brooklyn Vampire
    • The Boogeyman
    • The Moon Maniac
  • 46. Arrest and Execution
    • After tracing a brutal letter to the Budd family, Albert Fish was finally arrested
    • Confessed to murders of hundreds of kids
    • Plead insanity but was denied
    • Sentenced to Electric Chair execution
    • He considered this the “ultimate sexual thrill”
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