…For most true crime aficionados, the occasional book or TV show is more than enough to satisfy the psychological itch. But there exists a subset of less conventional merchandise that has gained a foothold among the more extreme fans—murderabilia… ~ Tom G. WolfREAD: John Wayne Gacy and the Birth of the Murderabilia Industry | We Are the Mutants Do you enjoy true crime books and TV? Do you collect dark memorabilia? I’m not particularly into either, per se, but I do have a favorite true crime book. History buffs will love it, too: The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson. It’s a double story that juxtaposes the architectural genius behind the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair, along side America’s first serial killer to be pursued by the police. Our society possesses a morbid fascination with gruesome crimes. Is it a healthy outlet or terrible modelling?