Monday, July 17, 2006


Blackula was based on a real life serial killer named Earl Lee Warren who killed 16 people in rural Alabama by force feeding them dorritos until they died.


Blogger paulo said...

My grandpa lived out there when all of that was going on. I guess Warren used to bury the bodies in my grandpa's cornfield, and he didn't even know about it until they caught the guy and he told them where all the bodies were. He said he knew there had to be something out there, because the corn grew higher in all the spots where there were dead people.

9:15 PM  
Blogger LeoBro said...

There was a famous case of serial killing by means of force feeding in the 1940's. Some guy in Florida who had been abused as a child would force feed his victims lima beans. Then there was a copycat serial killer in the 50s with a warped sense of humor who forced his victims to eat Cheerios.

10:27 AM  
Blogger Lew said...

Earl Lee Warren would typically feed the victim dorriots until they quit chewing, at which point, he'd shove the dorritos down thier throats. This would cause thier throat and stomachs to get cut up by the sharp edges. Also, the artificial nacho cheese is poisonious in large quantites (like apple seeds) so usually the victims died of internal bleeding or what doctors started to term "dorrito poisoning".

11:13 AM  

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