Clarence Ray Allen: “Hoka Hey, it’s a good day to die”
In California’s Folsom Prison in 1974 for the killing of the girlfriend of his son who had snitched on the burglary Clarence Ray Allen committed, Allen demanded that eight witnesses who were against his. A fellow inmate who was paroled then killed three of them, and was detained while carrying Allen’s lists of witnesses. His conviction for the additional murders was the result. Allen aged 76 at the time of his lethal injection on the morning of Jan. 17 in 2006, the second-oldest prisoner to be executed in his country, the U.S. in 30 years.
His final word: “My last words will be, Hoka Hey, it’s a good day to die,” the man stated. “Thank you very much, I love you all. Good-bye.”
William Bonin: “Think about it seriously”
The “Freeway Killer” after many of his bodies were found along Southern California roadsides in 1979 and 1980, William Bonin was convicted for 14 murders of young boys and young men, but he’s also suspected of murders and rapes of numerous others. Bonin passed away on February. 23, 1996 in the San Quentin State Prison by lethal injection.
His final remarks: “I would suggest that when a person has a thought of doing anything serious against the law, that before they did that they should go to a quiet place and think about it seriously.”
George Bernard Harris: “Somebody needs to kill my trial attorney”
After a huge win in an Kansas City, Mo. craps game on the 11th of March 1989 George Bernard Harris gave the man $500 to purchase two machine guns. Harris after which he enlisted another man to guard the guns in security reasons.
The second man recruited an additional man, but when Harris was looking to retrieve the guns in the evening the third man was unable to locate the guns and Harris killed him by using the revolver. The man was later arrested for a robbery, and later was charged and found guilty of the murder and was executed on September. 13th in 2000.
His final word: “Somebody needs to kill my trial attorney.”
Ted Bundy: “Give my love to my family and friends”
The precise amount of murders, rapes and kidnappings committed in the name of Ted Bundy is not clear. He was found guilty of killing 2 Florida State University sorority sisters in January 1978 and also a girl aged 12 years old within three weeks, all committed after he’d been eluded from jail twiceand twice in Colorado in the state where he was charged with the murder of nurse. Prior to becoming killed in Florida’s electric chair on January. 24 1989, he admitted to 30 murders in seven states in the period between 1974 between 1974 and 1978.
The last words he spoke to him: “I’d like you to give my love to my family and friends.”
Aileen Wuornos “I’ll be back”
Aileen Wuornos was a prostitute on Florida’s highways, and claimed that she killed only in self-defense. But the shootings of a number of individuals in 1990 and 1989 and 1990 – Wuornos was found guilty in six murders – placed her on state death row. When she passed away via lethal injection on October. 9th in 2002, she referenced the movies Independence Dayand The Terminator.
Her final wordswere “I’d just like to say I’m sailing with the rock, and I’ll be back, like Independence Day, with Jesus, June 6th. Like the movie, big mothership and all. I’ll be back.”
John Wayne Gacy: ‘”Kiss my tummy”
A murderer who disguised himself as Pogo the Clown for children’s birthday parties and other charity events throughout Chicago, John Wayne Gacy was found guilty of killing at least 33 teenagers or young people between 1972 to 1978. They were all murdered in Gacy’s suburb of Norwood Park ranch house, many of them asphyxiated or strangled and Gacy was buried with 26 bodies in the crawl space underneath his house. In 1980 , he was sentenced to death for 12 of the murders and was executed via lethal injection on the 10th of May in 1994.
The last words he spoke to him: “Kiss my ass.”
Westley Allan Dodd: “Any way sex offenders could be stopped”
After numerous arrests and court-ordered therapies for child molestation convictions Westley Allan Dodd pleaded guilty to sexual assault in 1989 as well as the murder Washington State of two brothers who were between the ages of 11 and 10 and the subsequent abduction and killing of a boy aged 4 in Oregon. He was hanged on January. 5th, 1993the first legal hanging within the U.S. in over 28 years. In a unique way, Dodd did not appeal his conviction or sentence and specifically requested to be executed via hanging.
His final wordswere “I was once asked by somebody, I don’t remember who, if there was any way sex offenders could be stopped. I said no. I was wrong.”
Kimberly McCarthy: “This is not a loss, this is a win”
In the pretense of taking sugar from a friend, Kimberly McCarthy entered the home of a 71-year-old neighbour located in Lancaster, Texas, in 1997. McCarthy then killed and stabbed her friend during a robbery in order to fund the crack cocaine addiction. (She was charged with murdering two other women of age in 1998 but was never brought to trials in these instances.) The 26th of June, 2013 lethal injection death was one of the 500th executed in the modern Texas history.
Her final wordswere “This is not a loss, this is a win. You know where I am going. I am going home to be with Jesus. Keep the faith. I love y’all. Thank you, chaplain.”
Jack Jones Jr.: “I love you like a child”
It was 1995 when Jack Jones Jr. was in a tax office of the county situated in Bald Knob in Ark., where Mary Phillips worked, strangled her daughter, 11 years old Lacy after which he brutally murdered and raped Phillips whom was then 34 years old at the time. The investigators who came to document two murders were stunned by the flash of a camerathe camera – Lacy was able to open her eyes and revealed that she was alive. Jones was found guilty of attempted murder and murder and executed with lethal injection on April 24 on April 24, 2017.
His final words: “I hope over time you can learn who I really am, and I am not a monster. There was a reason why those things happened that day. I am so sorry, Lacy, try to understand I love you like a child.”
Rosendo Rodriguez III: “I have run the good race”
Rosendo Rodriguez III confessed to killing a 16-year-old girl 2004 before putting her body into luggage before throwing it in the city’s garbage dump at San Antonio. He was found guilty of murder after similar acts against the woman who was 29 in 2005. He was later connected to at-least five other sexual assaults , before being executed in Texas through lethal injection on the 27th of March in 2018.
His final phrase: “I have fought the hard fight, I’ve been a winner in the race. Warden, I’m now ready to be with the ranks of my dad.”