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HITMAN Serial Killer Richard Kuklinski The Iceman INTERVIEWS (Full Documentary's X 3)

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Published on 08 Nov 2021 / In Entertainment

⁣All Three Documentary's / Interviews Featuring HITMAN Serial Killer Richard Kuklinski The Iceman

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tarzzan
tarzzan 8 months ago

lol he was on trial for 5 murders and he admits to two other murders he did thats retarded how would a experienced hitman make a retarded move like that

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Meatcuttah40
Meatcuttah40 8 months ago

Not all bullshit, what about the ice cream man prongaye, he was a killer how did kuklinski meet and know him? Most likely kuklinski made the ice cream man disappear.

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GHREM
GHREM 9 months ago (edited)

I highly recommend the book ICE MAN by Philip Carlo. It goes into great details about methods, tools, and how he pulled off so many hits. There are lot’s of great tips. For instance, his use of the 22 automatic. He would sit in his van with the barrel pointing out the crack in the door waiting for his target, just as they passed by he’d fire off a shot into their head, it was quiet enough for him to drive away after. It also goes into poisoning, how to deliver in an aerosol method. Another part I found interesting, if you throw a body into the water, make sure you stab the stomach so it sinks. And of course, feeding someone alive to a hoard of rats was also very entertaining.

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Harry Knowledge123
Harry Knowledge123 9 months ago

read that book when it first came out a long time ago.

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Harry Knowledge123
Harry Knowledge123 9 months ago

the rats was a good story but i believe they only chewed on an already dead body, i think kuklinski lied on a few things, the video taping wasnt possible back in them days and apparently he only had to lay some chuck meat on a person and rats would come sniffing then start chewing on a live person ?? dont think it would work like that or it would have been posted by some evil cartels or ISIS type sickos by now, if all you had to do was tie someone up and throw some chuck meat on them in a cave it would be a popular way to get rid of someone. i doubt rats would entertain a human they would see it as a serious threat and run away unless .. like i think what really happened .. the person was already dead and the rats sensed this and saw a large body of meat, any movement from a human would terrify a rat.

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GHREM
GHREM 9 months ago

@Harry Knowledge123: Here are a few excerpts from the book, I won’t dispute you about him lying, or embellishing, or taking some artistic liberties…but part of his success while working as a contract killer, was getting rid of the bodies, which he discusses over and over. He dumped many down an old well, and this is when he found this spot with the rats. At the very least it’s entertaining.

“As Richard began to walk away, he noticed a cave behind a thick mulberry bush at the foot of a steep granite slope dotted with kelly green moss. Always curious, Richard made his way to the cave and went inside. He immediately smelled them—rats—and saw their droppings but could see no rats. The cave went deep into the rise of granite and became too dark to see. Richard had a small penlight and used it. No rats anywhere, but he sensed them; he could smell them…

…As he reached the darkened cave mouth, he saw hundreds of rat footprints in the wet soil. He took fifteen or so steps into the cave. The musky, fetid stink of the rats came to him. He put down the meat and left. When Richard returned the next day, all the meat was gone; he smiled. Knowing rats were scavengers and would eat anything, Richard wondered if they would actually eat a human being. He wondered if he could make them unwitting accomplices in torture and murder…

…Richard calmly went back to his car. He retrieved the camera and tripod, and a light and a motion detector that would trigger both the light and camera when the rats came out. Richard carefully set up the camera, the light and motion detector just so. Satisfied, he cut the man’s clothes off—he had dirtied himself—and left him there like that. As Richard made his way back down the hill to his car, he was curious, even a bit amused, to see what would happen; would the rats in fact eat a man while he was still alive? Curious, also, to see his own reaction to such a thing…

…Four days later, Richard returned to the cave. The rats had eaten the man alive. All his flesh was gone. In the pale yellow glow of Richard’s flashlight, the mark was now only disjointed, haphazard bones—an unspeakable sight. Curious, Richard stared at his work, this monster he had created. He made sure the camera had captured what had happened…how the huge rats first approached the hapless man with trepidation as he furiously squirmed to free himself; how the rats, more and more of them, bolder and bolder still, began taking bites out of him, first his ears, then his eyes. Vicious little bastards, Richard thought…

…Richard took the videotape of the mark being eaten alive to the man who had ordered the hit. “Did he suffer?” the man asked, his voice gruff, his manner callous, his eyes dead, like two bullet holes. “Oh yeah, he really suffered,” Richard said. “Really?” the man asked. “Really,” Richard said, and gave him the tape. They both watched it. Overjoyed, yet slightly appalled that Richard would even think of, let alone do, such a thing, the man gave him ten thousand dollars for the contract, and a second ten thousand dollars for the incredible suffering the mark had experienced. “You did a good job,” he said. Richard liked to please his customers;

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