8 1/2 X 11" TYPED LETTER NEATLY SIGNED IN INK BY
SERIAL KILLER RICHARD ANGELO . COMES WITH HIS
TYPED ENVELOPE AND A RARE 3 X 3 1/2" COLOR
PORTRAIT PHOTO PRINT OF ANGELO.
Richard Angelo gained national attention as "The Angel of Death " for
mixing muscle paralyzer and other dangerous drugs into the intravenous
bottles of his patients in the emergency room of the Good Samaritan
Hospital in Long Island, NY. On October 11, 1987, his murderous hobby
ran afoul when he told a patient, "I'm going to make you feel better," and
injected Pavulon in his intravenous tube. Immediately the man felt
numbness and had difficulty breathing. However, he was able to buzz
another nurse who saved his life. The next day Richard's locker and home
were searched and his killing utensils were found. Ever since Angelo
started working the graveyard shift in the Good Samaritan there had
been thirty-seven "Code Blue" emergencies leaving twenty-five patients
dead. Prosecutors have only charged Angelo with ten of the deaths.