This auction is a letter from executed Texas triple murderer Mr. Christopher Chubasco Wilkins, known on death row as "Cujo" (9/29/1968 – 11, 1/11/2017). On 10/26/2005 Wilkins shot and killed a man after the victim rudely walked over to him and hung up a payphone he was using outside of a bar. The following day he killed two more people. Wilkins was arrested 10/28/2005. He would be convicted of double murder and sentenced to death. Wilkins proved to be a management problem for the staff at the Polunsky Unit. He used a homemade blowgun with darts he'd lace with his blood, often hitting his intended targets. He was Hepatitis C positive. Eventually there was a cell fashioned specifically for Wilkins, with plexiglass panels placed over the two window openings. Wilkins was executed on 1/11/2017. He was 49.
ITEM DESCRIPTION: The missive is one page on a half sheet and signed, "Cujo." In the letter Wilkins ask a local woman to have money sent to him so she can buy him some snacks during an upcoming visit the two had planned. The original mailing envelope is postmarked 6/8/2010 with nine lines of address written in Wilkins's hand. The letter and envelope come inside a protective magazine sleeve with an acid free board and have been stored flat. Message me with any questions you might have. Thanks for having a look-see.
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