The distressed pleading message written in lipstick by serial killer William Heirens, whom in the mid-1940’s made himself guilty of the murders of three women. As of his death in 2012, Heirens was reportedly the longest serving convict of the entire world, having served 65 years in American penitentiaries.

The distressed pleading message written in lipstick by serial killer William Heirens, whom in the mid-1940’s made himself guilty of the murders of three women. As of his death in 2012, Heirens was reportedly the longest serving convict of the entire world, having served 65 years in American penitentiaries.

http://ift.tt/2qAtZmH of "The Lipstick Killer" William Heirens. In the 1940s he was convicted of killing 6-year-old Suzanne Degnan Frances Brown and Josephine Ross. Heirens got his nickname because he wrote "For heaven's sake catch me before I kill more. I cannot control myself" on Brown's wall in lipstick.

http://ift.tt/2qAtZmH of "The Lipstick Killer" William Heirens. In the 1940s he was convicted of killing 6-year-old Suzanne Degnan Frances Brown and Josephine Ross. Heirens got his nickname because he wrote "For heaven's sake catch me before I kill more. I cannot control myself" on Brown's wall in lipstick.

William Heirens applied for release over 30 times during the 65 years he spent in prison, never wavering from his story of innocence.  Born in 1928 and imprisoned for life in 1946, William Heirens became the longest serving prisoner in the United States prison system.  With evidence which now suggests this was an innocent man, this is a horrifying realisation.

William Heirens: The 1946 Lipstick Killer

William Heirens applied for release over 30 times during the 65 years he spent in prison, never wavering from his story of innocence. Born in 1928 and imprisoned for life in 1946, William Heirens became the longest serving prisoner in the United States prison system. With evidence which now suggests this was an innocent man, this is a horrifying realisation.

In 1946, William Heirens, also known as the Lipstick Killer, confessed to murdering three women in Chicago which years later he recanted.

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In 1946, William Heirens, also known as the Lipstick Killer, confessed to murdering three women in Chicago which years later he recanted.

William Heirens, dubbed the 'Lipstick Killer' for the murders of Josephine Ross, 43, Frances Brown, and Suzanne Degnan, 6 in Chicago during the 1940s.

The Lipstick Killer

William Heirens, dubbed the 'Lipstick Killer' for the murders of Josephine Ross, 43, Frances Brown, and Suzanne Degnan, 6 in Chicago during the 1940s.

After the arrest of William Heirens, his name was released to the media who reported falsely that he had confessed to the Lipstick Killer crimes. The pressure of the media and the call for his execution was the main reason William Heirens claimed he falsely confessed to the murders one month later.

William Heirens: The 1946 Lipstick Killer

After the arrest of William Heirens, his name was released to the media who reported falsely that he had confessed to the Lipstick Killer crimes. The pressure of the media and the call for his execution was the main reason William Heirens claimed he falsely confessed to the murders one month later.

True crime about William Heirens

True crime about William Heirens

William Heirens was arrested in 1946 for the Lipstick murders of Chicago.  He spent 65 years in prison, being the longest serving prisoner in the US prison system until his death in March 2012.

William Heirens: The 1946 Lipstick Killer

William Heirens was arrested in 1946 for the Lipstick murders of Chicago. He spent 65 years in prison, being the longest serving prisoner in the US prison system until his death in March 2012.

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