Charles Sobhraj rare handwritten letter with original envelope from Nepal signed Charles
This is rarely seen as a set both handwrittem by Charles Sobhraj
It has also a portion at the bottom written by a NEPALESE STUDENT that frequently visits him by the name of Manish. ULTRA RARE SET and very exciting to come across and to be able to offer it.
Charles Sobhraj (born 6 April 1944), also known as the Bikini Killer, is a French serial killer ofVietnamese and Indian origin, who preyed on Western tourists throughout Southeast Asia during the 1970s. NicknamedThe Splitting KillerandThe Serpent, due to his skill at deception and evasion, Sobhraj allegedly committed at least a dozen murders. He was convicted and jailed in India from 1976 to 1997. After his release, he retired as a celebrity in Paris. He returned to Nepal and was arrested and tried there. Sobhraj received a sentence of life imprisonment.
Sobhraj is widely believed to be a psychopath. He was driven to murder as a means to sustain his adventurous lifestyle. This, as well as his cunning and cultured personality, made him a celebrity long before his release from prison. He enjoyed the attention, charging large amounts of money for interviews and film rights. He has been the subject of four books and three documentaries. Sobhraj's return to India, where he was still eagerly sought by authorities, is believed to be the result of his yearning for attention and overconfidence in his own intellect.
From the collection of Mr. Bohannon obtained directly by him