This original artwork was created by the infamous Charles Ng. The piece is entitled "Square Peg In A Round Hole" and the dimension are 12X9. These are Charles Handprints overlapping squares and circles. This piece symbolizes Charles feelings about his sentence to Death Row. It was crafted using watercolor and an ink pen for fine detail on canvas paper. Both front and back are signed in full. Charles is an amazing artist, and his artwork is very rare. This is a great opportunity to own a piece of true crime history. If you have any
questions, feel free to ask.
Charles Ng is believed to have murdered
between 11 and 25 victims. On
his property, investigators found a bunker that was partially built into a
hillside. Inside the bunker were three rooms, two that were hidden. The hidden
room contained a 3 x7 cell with a bed, one-way mirror, constraints, no light,
and was wired for sound. Home made video tapes were found. It depicted women being bound, taunted with
knives, and threatened with death if they failed to concede to being
sexual slaves. Remnants of charred bones, bloody clothing, and personal belongings were discovered scattered across the property. Charles Ng was sentenced to death on February 11,
1999. It was the most expensive trial in California history. Today, he awaits death by Lethal Injection at San Quentin State Prison.