An unemployed writer posing as a 10-year-old boy seeking advice wrote letters to a number of celebrities, including some of America's most infamous killers. The responses to the queries from the "pop-culture historian," as Radar magazine described Bill Geerhart, range from the weirdly sensible (Ted Kaczynski) to the terrifyingly psychotic (Charles Manson).
- Richard Ramirez (on "NightStalker" stationery): "Know any Asian girls willing to correspond? Send pictures."
- Kaczynski (the Unabomber): "I can't advise you about whether to drop out of school, because I don't know anything about you."
- Manson: "I didn't take your money when I had ALL your credit cards locked up in my dreams."
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