My Writings. My Thoughts.
Ku Klux Klan
UKA – Intellegience Report Lot ( 1960′s )……………………………….$140.00
Invisible Empire ( KKKK ) – applications (1960′s- 1980′s)……………$30.00
Invisible Empire ( KKKK ) – mixed lot of pamphlets……………………$55.00
Invisible Empire ( IEKKKK ) – Citizenship Certificate……………………$25.00
KKK – KLANKRAFT Membership Card Kamellia KDUO IEKKKK……$20.00
KKK Calling Card lot w/ membership card (1960′s – 1990′s)………….$45.00
United Klans of America- Unused Fund Raising Raffle………………….$45.00
Broadside for KKK Kolossal Karnival – Dallas, TX (1924)………………$150.00
GREENSBORO MASSACRE – Newspaper Laser Wire Photo ( 1979 )……$35.00
UNITED KLANS OF AMERICA ( UKA ) – pamphlet ( 1960′s )…………..$15.00
KLORAN – ( UKA ) – Constitution HANDBOOK ( 1960′s )……………….$100.00
FIERY CROSS – ( KKKK ) newspaper ( 1984 ) number 34………………$65.00
THE KLANSMAN – ( KKKK ) newspaper ( June 1978 ) Issue 30…….$85.00
JAMES ROSENBERG-TERRORIST (ADL-SPY) Poster (1980′s)………..$150.00
FEDERAL NIGGER HUNTING LICENSE(Good Ol’ Boys Roundup)-ATF.$75.00
Personal Items ( Prison Photos )
ROY NORRIS – prison photo w/ signature ( 2013 )……………………….$40.00
ROY NORRIS ‘X-Mas Day 2006′ – photo w/ signature ( 2006 )………..$45.00
PAUL BERNARDO (The Scarborough Rapist) – greeting card……..$1300.00
KENNETH MIESKE ( ‘Ken Death’ ) – 2 letters, envelopes……………….$60.00
FRANKLIN LYNCH ( The Day Stalker ) – greeting card………………….$15.00
JOHN CHRISTOPHER GAUMER ( MySpace Murderer ) – letter………..$25.00
PAUL KELLER ( Serial Arsonist ) – letter, envelope………………………$50.00
OLD JAIL LETTER (inmate to his brother)-Louisville, KY ( 1934 )…..$35.00
AILEEN WUORNOS – JOHN GOTTI True Crime No. 1 (1993) SIGNED..$25.00
Original Wanted Posters
RICHARD LEE TINGLER JR. ( Ohio Serial Killer ) – FBI Top 10……………..$75.00
JAMES ROSENBERG – TERRORIST/INFORMER ( ADL-SPY ) KKK Poster…$150.00
“Lala #07” Oil painting on canvas panel – 12 inches by 22 inches….$425.00
“Lala #06” Oil painting on canvas panel – 16 inches by 26 inches ….$450.00
“Madison #04” Oil painting on canvas panel – 12 inches by 22 inches ….$425.00
“The Bone Shaker” Oil painting on canvas panel – 25 inches by 29 inches….$1200.00
“Dorothea at Dinner” Oil painting on canvas panel – 12.5 inches by 14.5 inches ….$375.00
“Homeland Terrorism – The San Onofre Nuclear Meltdown”. Oil painting…………$700.00
Opening reception November 16, 2013 ( 7 PM – 10 PM )
WWA Galley resurrects “Horrorwood” to showcase the spine-tingling work of 29 artists asked to pay homage to the Horror Film genre. From Psycho to Scream, from Frankenstein to Friday the 13th, the wicked group show will highlight references to the macabre, supernatural, and the obscure.
HORRORWOOD features the talents of; Aaron Jasinski, Allison Sommers, Apricot Mantle, Bennett Slater, Casey Weldon, Chase Tafoya, Chris B. Murray, Dan Goodsell, Dan Harding, Danielle Buerli, Dee Chavez, Desiree Fessler, Dylan Sisson, Isaac Bidwell, JC Riviera, Jeremy Cross, Jessica LL Dalva, JoKa, Jon Bergeron, Jon MacNair, Justin Bloomer, Kelly Hutchison, Ken Garduno, Krista Turner, Larkin, Macsorro, Peter Adamyan, Teod Tomlinson, Zachary Schoenbaum
On the same opening night! — In its debut exhibition, the Red Siren Art Collective unites the distinct variety of its members and peers for their inaugural exhibition “Broken Beauty” which opens November 16th at WWA Gallery.
BROKEN BEAUTY features: Alice Savage, Archer Dougherty, Christopher Umana, Christos Tsintaris, Erica Calardo, Fang Ling Lee, Jessica Ward, JoKa, Laurie McClave, Nita Collins, Ryan Myers, Scott Holloway, Tammy Mae Moon, Terra Biddlespacher
With Guest Artists: Ania Tomicka, Inge Vandormael, Italia Ruotolo, Jackie Gallagher, Julie Zarate, Kim Gordon, Lori Field, Mimi Yoon
WWA Gallery — 9517 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232 — 310.836.4992
Halloween Art Show – Ritual Tavern/Beer Garden
Monday, October 28th, 2013
Participating Artists: Le Chien, Karla Ruiz, Andrea Aliseda, Carrie Anne Hudson, Dark Vomit, Bark Dog, Heather Schoberg, Matt Meinhardt, Bob V, Tayler Shaw, Cat Guarino, Luis Garcia, Malt Barfalamul, Aub Goblin, Oliver Felix, Rashid Hasirbaf, and Dame of the Dead
Extra spooky Halloween edition of “Pigment, Polyester, and Pints” at the Ritual Kitchen-Beer Garden.
www.RitualTavern.com — 4095 30th Street – North Park, San Diego, California
One night ARTIST show!
Monday, October 28th from 7pm – 11pm.
18 local artists displaying ghastly and ghoulish creations, 2 artists performing live art, handcrafted jewelry from KirstenBJeweled, and loads of craft beer. Organic food will be available for purchase compliments of Organic Food Truck from 7pm-10pm. Cask-conditioned Evil Dead Red from AleSmith will be available in addition to 11 other beers on tap.
Oct. 1, 2013 – Staff Writer Joe Gould
Army Times – Transcript Q & A
How did you obtain the letter, and from whom did you obtain it?
I was contacted by a college student, who is studying within the field of criminology. I made a trade with some of my own artwork to obtain the letter.
Who did you sell it to, how much did they pay and when did it happen?
I am not at liberty to disclose the identity of the purchaser.
I spoke with the individual who purchased it and they have asked me to keep their information confidential. The original asking price I was asking was $5,000. I was offered $2,000 and I
took the offer. — I sold it roughly a week ago.
What do you think motivates people to purchase or collect items dubbed “murderabilia” by critics?
That is a difficult question to answer. I have met various collectors who are interested in “murderabilia” for many different reasons. Personaly, my own interests began with the study of abnormal psychology and mental illness. I find it to be an endless quest to comprehend and understand why some individuals commit the crimes that they do. There is a lot of information within many letters that I have, that one simply cannot obtain anywhere else… unless they write to the individual themselves.
What is your response to critics who say that you are indirectly profiting from murder?
I am in no more profiting from murder than the media hasn’t already. My store was not setup to glorify murder, but rather, to study it. I pull reference from past news articles that have already been written with much of my content. The more notorious the media makes out the criminal to be, the higher the value of their item later becomes.
Where are the profits for the Hasan letter going?
For the record. Absolutely none of the profits went to Nidal Hasan from the sale of the letter. I have never had any correspondence with him personally. The college student who wrote to him, only recieved one letter in reply. There was no arrangements of payment for the letter from Hasan, of any kind. The profits were donated to a charitable organization that assists veterans.
full article at: http://www.militarytimes.com/article/20131001/NEWS/310010017/
“What kind of crackpot would dare to make blood money off of an abomination written by a murderer?”
A disgusting scandal involving a letter written by the Ft. Hood jihadist came up:
Sparked by the recent online sale of a letter signed by Fort Hood, Texas, shooter Nidal Hasan, a U.S. senator from Texas has proposed a law against selling items linked to famous killers, dubbed “murderabilia.”
A prison letter from Hasan to a criminology student recently sold for $2,000 on darkvomit.com, a self-described gallery of macabre and outsider art.
Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, introduced a bill Sept. 19 to block high-profile criminals from profiting from the sale of artwork, letters and other memorabilia by serial killers, mass murderers and others convicted of heinous crimes.
“Every day, the family members of victims are forced to re-live their tragedies as prisoners attempt to make a profit off of the notoriety of their case by selling these items on gruesome web sites,” Cornyn said in a statement.
The idea of Cornyn’s bill is to stop a criminal from being able to mail an item with the intention that someone, somewhere makes a profit — not necessarily just the prisoner himself, the Austin American-Statesman reported.