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For 18 long years, the 6-foot tall, tattooed man with cold gray eyes acted as a single-man crime wave. This cold blooded killer , lived with more than a dozen aliases. No one knew anything about him while he lived, no one came close to guessing that all the hundreds of heinous acts were done by a single man until the November of He left his musings with his only known friend Henry Lesser, a 26 year-old jail guard.

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Published September 1, Updated October 5, "His brains were coming out of his ears when I left him and he will never be any deader. Creative Commons Towards the end of his life, Carl Panzram gleefully confessed to 21 murders, more than acts of sodomy, and thousands of robberies and arsons.

Panzram was born in Minnesota in to East Prussian immigrant parents. He was released from school in his teens and shortly after he ran away from home. Panzram moved from place to place by hopping train cars and it was during one of his rides in a train wagon that he was gang raped by a group of hobos. The whole affair shocked Panzram but, according to him, left him a much wiser boy — a boy who would soon start raping others. Panzram continued riding trains, burning down buildings, and stealing.

Once released, Panzram went straight back to his bad habits and was caught and sentenced on numerous occasions. An elusive thief he was not. Once again he had been caught for stealing. Life at Oregon State Penitentiary was tough — the guards took an immediate dislike to Panzram probably because he refused to cooperate and made his life a living hell.

They constantly beat him, hung him from rafters and placed him in solitary confinement. While in solitary confinement, Panzram ate little else but cockroaches.

During his first year of imprisonment at Oregon State Penitentiary, Panzram helped one of the inmates — Otto Hooker — escape.

Panzram decided not to stick around the penitentiary either. In he escaped but was caught and returned back to prison. Undeterred by his failure, Panzram escaped once again just a year later in In , Panzram bought a yacht named the Akiska. That same year he began luring drunk American soldiers from bars to his yacht, where he raped them, killed them, and dumped their bodies in an Atlantic Ocean estuary.

The Akiska eventually sank and Panzram decided to head towards Africa. He got off in Angola where he raped and killed a young boy. He wanted more death, more destruction, more blood. A few days later, he killed six local guides who were about to take him on a crocodile hunting expedition. The crocodiles devoured their bodies with gusto. About a year later, Carl Panzram grew tired of Africa and decided to move on.

His next port of call was to be Lisbon. However, it turned out that the police were looking for Panzram in Portugal, aware of his murders in Africa. Feeling trapped, Panzram decided to return to America. Back in America, Panzram continued raping and killing young men. He was a beast of a man, strong and powerful enough that overpowering youngsters, and even strong grown men, was an easy feat. But while Panzram was an elusive killer, he was a bad thief.

In , he was once again arrested for robbery and sent to Leavenworth Federal Penitentiary. Carl Panzram was sentenced to 25 years after he had confessed to killing two young boys. The guards caught Panzram and beat him unconscious. A year later, Panzram killed the laundry foreman by beating him dead with an iron bar. It was for this crime that Carl Panzram was sentenced to death. The death sentence was almost like a dream come true for Carl Panzram. When human rights activists tried to interfere on his behalf, he scorned them and wished he could kill them all.

Somehow, this lunatic of a man managed to make a friend while on death row in the form of a guard named Henry Lesser, who felt sorry for Panzram and gave him a dollar to buy cigarettes and the two became friends. Lesser soon began slipping Panzram writing materials, encouraging him to write his life story. Panzram did just that, sparing no gruesome details of his murders.

Carl Panzram had had just a year to pen his life story as he was hanged in His last words before the hanging?

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Carl Panzram: Autobiography

Carl Panzram felt odd from a young age: by the age of five or six he was a liar and thief and claimed to become meaner the older he grew. In , he was arrested and jailed for being drunk and incorrigible. While there, he was repeatedly beaten, tortured, and raped by staff members in what attendees dubbed "the paint shop", because children would leave "painted" with bruises and blood. He ran away from home at the age of 14, a couple of weeks after his parole and merely two weeks after attempting to kill a Lutheran cleric with a revolver, to become a hobo.

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Published September 1, Updated October 5, "His brains were coming out of his ears when I left him and he will never be any deader. Creative Commons Towards the end of his life, Carl Panzram gleefully confessed to 21 murders, more than acts of sodomy, and thousands of robberies and arsons. Panzram was born in Minnesota in to East Prussian immigrant parents. He was released from school in his teens and shortly after he ran away from home. Panzram moved from place to place by hopping train cars and it was during one of his rides in a train wagon that he was gang raped by a group of hobos. The whole affair shocked Panzram but, according to him, left him a much wiser boy — a boy who would soon start raping others. Panzram continued riding trains, burning down buildings, and stealing.

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