On this episode of Those Conspiracy Guys we discuss the monster on whom the story of The Boogeyman was based; The Werewofl of Wysteria, The Gray Man and one of the most prolific, evil and cruel murderers of the last two centuries, the sadomasochictic cannibal known as Albert Fish.

Albert, like most gruesome murderers, had a messed up childhood. Brought up in an atmosphere of abuse in a childrens home, and with a family plagued by psycholigcal disorders; Albert was subjected to unimaginable cruelty at a very young age! He soon grew into this however and became one of the most disgusting and vile murderers we have done on this series so far.

Known for raping, murdering and then eating his victims, Albert Fish ficussed primarily on children for his prey. When arrested for the kidnapping of Grace Budd, his reign of terror spread over more than 40 years, was over. We discuss the reasons behind this amazingly self destructive behaviour and what drive Albert Fish to commit the heinous crimes in the way he did. This one is a doozy!

Presented by Gordo and Tom O’Mahony

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Concerning your question about John the Apostle (Albert Fish episode), he was definitely an “alright apostle” as apostles go. 🙂 And he did not change his name. You’re probably thinking of Simon, who’s name Jesus changed to Peter (aka Simon Peter). Anyway, John was a very significant contributor to the Bible. He wrote five books: The Book of John, three epistles (1 John, 2 John, 3 John), as well as the Book of Revelation. Late in his life, he was exiled to the Greek island, Patmos, where he was visited by Jesus via visions. The book of Revelation was the result of what he learned about the future. Perhaps the fantastical and supernatural aspect of that book appealed to Fish??

    FYI – The story of the Crucifixion was covered in all four accounts: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

  2. in the early part of the 20th century, Mau Se Tung was the leader of China and decided to starve his entire country. People were eating the bark off trees as well as eating eachother. So yes, it is possible.

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