KORN's JONATHAN DAVIS To Open Killer Museum
KORN frontman Jonathan Davis is currently working with artist Phil Coleman and architect Arthur Rosenblatt to create a museum in Los Angeles to house his extensive collection of serial killer memorabilia, according to MTV.com.
Davis has reportedly been buying mass murderer art and artifacts for several years, and has amassed a series of works owned or created by America's most twisted individuals. Among the items the singer plans to put in his museum of true crime are the Volkswagen mass murderer Ted Bundy drove when he went searching for victims, the "Pogo" and "Patches" clown suits worn by John Wayne Gacy when he entertained kids at his local children's hospital (he later killed at least 33 people between the ages of 9 and 27), the 1928 confession letter from cannibal Albert Fish, who killed over 100 children and wrote letters to some of the families of the victims containing gruesome details of the murders, and drawings by Richard Ramirez, the "Night Stalker," who committed at least 13 murders between 1984 and 1985 and considered himself a disciple of Satan.
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