The Infamous and Bizarre Vampire of Brooklyn Albert Fish

8/10/2009 12:47:00 PM ·

In the 1920’s in New York City, children’s bodies were turning up mutilated and dismembered in alley ways and streets all over Gotham. The residents thought the act was too gruesome for an ordinary person, so they believed it to be the work of the boogieman.

As far back as ancient Egypt and Babylonia, half humans were consuming the blood of their victims. Half men, half beast, these vampires of the night were associated with the boogieman.

Albert Fish, the notorious “Vampire of Brooklyn”, was born May 19, 1870 in Washington DC. His father died when he was very young and he ended up at an orphanage. He witnessed gruesome beatings, and although he should have been terrified, he enjoyed watching young boys getting whipped.

It wasn’t until he was 24 years old, when he moved to New York City, that his dark side started to emerge. He frequented brothels where he insisted on being whipped himself and inserted with needles in his stomach and private areas. Read more about the Vampire of Brooklyn

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