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Flesh-Eating Serial Killer Finally Learns That Karma Comes Back Around

Joseph Roy Metheny faced charges for the killings of three women on December 19, 1996, when he was 41 years old.

Authorities revealed that Metheny specifically targeted women with drug or alcohol problems. The victims were identified as Kimberly Spicer, Tori Lyn Ingrassia, and Catherine Magaziner, all of whom were strangled to death.

Subsequently, Metheny confessed to a total of 10 murders in the Baltimore area, leading to his death sentence. However, on July 24, 2000, the death sentence was overturned, and he spent the rest of his life in prison in Cumberland, Maryland.

On August 5, 2017, at the age of 62, Metheny was found dead in his prison cell. During his trial, he adamantly refused to apologize for his crimes, stating that it would be a lie to say he was sorry.

Metheny displayed no remorse and shockingly confessed to having dismembered his victims, selling their flesh as barbecue. In a chilling confession letter, he claimed to have murdered three men and four women near a bridge in South Baltimore. However, he was never convicted for those additional murders due to a lack of evidence.

In his written confession, Metheny described the gruesome details of cutting up his victims’ bodies and storing the remains in Tupperware containers in his freezer.

He attributed his violent acts to the pain caused by his wife’s cocaine addiction and the loss of custody of their 6-year-old son. Unable to gain custody due to his criminal record, Metheny claimed he sought revenge on “homeless mother****s” and “crackwh**s.”

The circumstances surrounding Metheny’s death are still under investigation. The unsettling details of his crimes have shocked the public, and the case continues to attract attention and interest from people.

Ashlie is a senior reporter for the TosBos News. She covers live and breaking news from 6 am every day. Ashlie joined the M.E.N. in 2019 having previously worked for Cavendish Press news agency.


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