An entire secret industry revolves around the sale of artificats from serial killers. But is it moral to collect these accursed objects? We talk to an artist, a historian, and a victim advocate about the ethics of murderabilia.
Serial killer clown John Wayne Gacy created several paintings while in jail, the prices of which have since skyrocketed in both legitimate and black markets. But what is the appeal of artwork created by such a notorious murderer?
It's election season, which means everyone has a political opinion they're looking to share. And by everyone, boy, do we mean everyone: Even people with serial murder on their minds have taken the time to root for their political party.