World Entertainment News Network is reporting that KORN frontman Jonathan Davis is selling off his of serial killer memorabilia because he fears the odd collection has brought nothing but negativity into his home.
Davis built up a massive collection of eerie knick-knacks, including many items once owned by sick U.S. murderer Ted Bundy, and even planned to open a museum to display his memorabilia — but now he can't bear to be around the items.
He says, "I'm done with that. I got all that stuff out. I just got over it. I was really into it for a while.
"I still have the car (Bundy's vehicle), but I'm just bringing negativity and negative s**t in my house with it, and I don't want that around my kids.
"There is definitely a vibe and weird sh*t attached to those things. I really don't want to glorify these people and what they did and display the sh*t.
"I wasn't thinking straight when I bought that stuff. I was sucked into it because it was so dark, and I'm like, 'This is cool.'
"When I started to think about it, I was like, 'What about those 70 girls' parents — their babies got killed in that car, and I wanna display it! That is f**ked up.'"
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