I present to you the infamous serial Killer from my great state of Wisconsin, the Butcher of Plainfield...
"Searching the house, authorities found
* severed heads acting as bedposts in the bedroom;
* skin used to make lampshades and upholster chair seats;
* skulls made into soup bowls;
* a human heart (it is disputed where the heart was found; the deputies' reports all claim that the heart was in a saucepan on the stove, with some crime scene photographers claiming it was in a paper bag);
* a face mask made out of real facial skin found in a paper bag;
* a necklace of human lips;
* a waistcoat (which he called a "mammary vest") made up of a vagina and breasts stitched together;
* other items fashioned from the parts of human bodies, including a belt made from nipples."
Given the nature of his life, I censored the female nudity of his woman suit to symbolize the fanatical morals imposed upon him by his strict Christian mother, and tried to pose him in a way that a young boy would stand in shame.
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