Neša Paripović - Primeri analiticke skulpture, 1978
Jeffrey Dahmer, letter dated 5-2-94
My Dearest Mary,
Hello my Beautiful One, how are you? Thanks a lot for those lovely poems that you’ve been sending me; I like them all! I hope that you enjoy reading the magazine’s that I’ve sent; I found them to be interesting. Also, thanks for offering to send me $50,00 each month - that’s very kind of you. But, now that you are looking for work, I don’t want you to cut yourself short. I hope that you find something you like soon. I do have a small amount in my account, so don’t feel that you need to send anything - but thanks anyway!
I did enclose an order form for a book that sounded interesting, it’s called “To Hell & Back.” Do you think that you could order it for me? Then, when I finished reading it, I could mail it out to you if you would like to read it - what do you think?
About that article you read, I have one or two art books, but I’m not all that interested in the subject. I really liked that ”lesson” on the puffins. I think that they are pretty neat too!
I enjoy listening classical music, but I don’t have any tapes of whales. Yes, I think that you and your son would enjoy a visit to the Chicago Aquarium, I’ve always liked fish.
You are right, I am very depressed, so I don’t have many interests these days. I really am not able to open up new world’s for anyone because mine has completely collapsed in on itself - sorry.
Well Mary, that sounds like a great way to wake up to me too! I hope that all your days are bright and filled with good things and such Joy! Take good care of yourself for me to!
All My Love,
PS. There is a fat little chipmunk that has hole right in front of my window. He comes out everyday, and eats the clover flowers, and he’s out there right now. It’s fun to watch him. There are a lot of dandellion’s too, but he never eats any of them; I wonder why?
*To Hell & Back is a book about life after death by Dr. Maurice Rawlings.
What a nice guy.