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Charles Albright was a serial killer in Texas between 1990 and 1991. He murdered several female prostitutes, engaging in paraphilic sexual behavior or autoerotic asphyxia, and in ritualistic trophy taking, surgically removing the eyeballs of his victims.

At the time of the murders, Charles was a 57-yearold husband and father, though he'd had an earlier history of juvenile delinquency, property crimes, and prior incarcerations. As a child, he experienced mental and emotional abuse, including rejection by his parents. In this unstable home environment, Charles developed an intense hatred for women, though as an adult, he often flirted with members of the opposite sex and enjoyed impressing them with his varied artistic talents. He was a skillful painter and musician, and women seemed to adore him. A ...

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