Dean Arnold Corll (December 24, 1939 – August 8, 1973) How people never found it odd that he was fucked in the head even back then is beyond me. He lived alone, had no friends, no woman, and only hung out with teenaged boys. Plus too boot he drove a rape like van, handed out candy due to the fact his mom owned a candy store, and gave it to young boys all the time.
He was one of the worst ever American serial killer who abducted, ass raped, tortured, and murdered at least 28 teenage boys and young men between 1970 and 1973 in Houston, Texas. Corll was aided by two teenaged accomplices, David Owen Brooks and Elmer Wayne Henley. The crimes, which became known as the Houston Mass Murders, came to light after Henley shot Corll in the head. Upon discovery, they were considered the worst example of serial murder in U.S. history. Brooks helped lure the boys to Corll for almost 2 years and then he introduced him to his friend Wayne Henley.
In the winter of 1971, Brooks introduced Elmer Wayne Henley to Dean Corll. Henley likely was lured to Corll’s place as an intended victim of hard core ass rape and death.But ,Corll evidently decided the youth would make a good partner and offered him the same amount of money, $200—for any boy he could lure to his apartment, informing Henley that he was involved in a “white slavery ring” operating from Dallas. Henley participated in several of the killings. Unlike Brooks.
Henley one night while he brought friends Tim Kerley and Rhonda Williams. Kerley was a suspected gift to rape for Corll. Corll was mad that Henley had a girl with him. Corll ended up getting killed when Henley shot him in the head.
In custody at the Pasadena Police Department, Henley initially was questioned in relation to the killing of Dean Corll. He recounted the events of the previous evening and that morning; explaining that he had shot Corll in self-defense. The statements given by Kerley and Williams corroborated Henley’s account, and the detective questioning Henley believed he had indeed acted in self-defense.
When questioned regarding his claim that as Corll had threatened him that morning he had shouted that he had killed several boys, Henley explained that for almost three years, he and David Brooks had helped procure teenage boys, some of whom had been their own friends, for Corll, who had raped and murdered them. Henley gave a verbal statement; stating he initially had believed the boys he had abducted were to be sold into a Dallas-based organization for “homosexual acts, sodomy, maybe later killing,” but soon learned Corll was himself killing the victims procured. Henley admitted he had assisted Corll in several abductions and murders, and that he had actively participated in the torture and mutilation of “six or eight” victims prior to their murder. Most victims had been buried in a Southwest Houston boat shed; with others buried at Lake Sam Rayburn and High Island Beach. Corll had paid up to $200 for each victim he or Brooks were able to lure to his apartment.
Corll Odds and Ends
- Corll’s favorite subject in school was Band and he played the Trombone
- Corll was drafted in the army in 1964 and honorably discharged
- Corll also realized he was a faggot after being in the army
- Corll use to pay David Brooks to give him head when Brooks was a pre teen
- Forty-two boys had vanished within the Houston area since 1970
Elmer Wayne Henley Jr. (born May 9, 1956) is a convicted American serial killer, incarcerated in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) system. Henley was convicted in 1974[ for his role as a participant in a series of murders known colloquially as the Houston Mass Murders in which a minimum of 28 teenage boys and young men were abducted, tortured, raped and murdered by Dean Corll between 1970 and 1973. Henley and David Owen Brooks (Corll’s other teenage accomplice), together and individually, lured many of the victims to Corll’s home. Henley, then 17 years old, shot Corll to death on August 8, 1973.
Henley is serving six consecutive terms of 99 years for his involvement in the Houston Mass Murders, which at the time were characterized as “the deadliest case of serial murders in American history
San Augustine County Sheriff deputies, Robert McCroskey, left and Charles Martin, display torture
implements found inside and under a cabin on Aug.15, 1973, Broaddus, Texas. The cabin was
owned by the parents of Dean Corll, allegedly the central figure in the nations worst mass
slaying case. The items included three pairs of plastic gloves, shovels, sacks of lime, rope
and a torture board. Owners of cabins nearby say Elmer Wayne Henley, 17, and David Owen
Brooks, 18, also alleged connected with the slayings were frequent visitors at the cabin.
Workers at a boat stall dig throughout searching for more bodies in the Houston Mass Murders case, in this Thursday, Aug. 9, 1973 file photo taken in Houston, Texas. The object lying in the wheelbarrow was identified as the skull of the tenth victim. For more than three decades, ever since his body was pulled from a makeshift grave in a boat stall, a 15-year-old has been in a refrigerated storage unit at the county morgue — unclaimed and nameless. Wednesday Oct. 22, 2008, the teenager was identified as Randell Lee Harvey, who seemed to vanish from the streets of Houston on March 11, 1971. Harvey was the victim of serial killer Dean Corll.
High Island, Texas: Elmer Henley, 17, left, and David Brooks, 18, take a break during the search for
bodies, August 10. The two teenagers led police to burial sites in a pine forest and this sandy beach
as officers dug up more bodies of young boys killed during a three-year sex and sadism spree.
Brooks looks like a fucking hard core serial killer in that picture.