Jason Eric Massey
Jason Eric Massey was a serial killer put to death by the state of Texas in 2001. He was born January 7th, 1973 in Ellis County, Texas. He was a nut case who tortured animals and had a criminal record for stalking. In his journals he would write about fantasies of rape and torture. He idolised Charles Manson and his biggest aspiration in life was to become the most famous serial killer in American history.
On July 26th, 1993 he picked up two young teenagers at their home. Step siblings Brian King (14) and Christina Benjamin (13). He picked them up at about midnight and then drove to a secluded area out of town and parked his car. He then shot Brian in the car and pushed him out. Then Christina panicked and started to run away so he shot her in the back and she collapsed in the woods. He then went up to her and shot her in the head while she lay helplessly on the ground. After he knew she was dead he sliced her chest. Then he cut her head and hands off and through them in a nearby river. 2 months after the crime he was found guilty and sentenced to death.
Cooler Full of Skulls: A state witness who testified against Massey in court was walking one day and found a cooler full of 31 animal skulls (mainly dogs and cats). Inside the cooler along with the skulls were journals written by Massey. The journals were called “Slayer’s Book Of Death”. Claiming how many people he wanted to kill and how much he enjoyed mutilating corpses. In the journals he also had a list of numerous girls that he wanted to kill. Saying in them that he wanted to engrave his name on society.
Brian King: 14
Christina Benjamin: 13
- Massey also told friends once that he wanted to decapitate a girl and have sex with her neck.
- The gun that Massey used in the shootings he took from his cousin without his cousins knowledge.
- At the time of the murders Massey was working at KFC
- Was on death row with Henry Lee Lucas one of his idols
- In the summer of the killings Massey spent alot of his spare time driving around high on LSD and coke.