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Seattle Raver Shooter Consumed By Jealous Rage :: Skrufff.com

Reported by Trackitdown TID on June 14, 2006

Seattle cops released a letter believed to be written by rave assassin Kyle Huff this week, in which the American psycho told his twin brother he was driven to murder through feelings of jealousy of sexually active ravers.

 

“I can’t let them get away with what they’re doing, kids like you and me are seriously dying over this shit.  I hate the world of sex that they are striving to make,” Huff’s letter said, “I will never be able to “cum” with them, I will always see it as Hell.”

 

“The basic gist of it is that they are fucking next to us when we’re really high to freak us out. It’s just a question of if we’re willing to be OK with it. And obviously I’m not,” he added.

 

“Maybe someday you’ll be willing to help me kill this hippy shit. Now kids now. Bye Kane, I love you.” (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)

 

The details of the letter slightly contradicted earlier press reports which quoted Huff as complaining ‘"They're packed in there, groping each other, having sex, this hippy stuff has to end’, and though police have still to formally confirm its authenticity, most media reported it as genuine. The letter was discovered by chance in a rubbish bin one mile from the killer’s home after a landlord checking for people dumping rubbish discovered a clock attached to clay and called the bomb squad, who found it.

 

Huff shot six ravers dead on March 25 after they’d invited him back to an after-party before turning a gun on himself as a cop ordered him to drop his weapon.

 

In more rave related killer news, Oklahoma based Fatboy Slim/ techno fan Kevin Underwood was charged with first degree murder this week, following the discovery of the mutilated body of missing 10 year old girl Jamie Rose Bolin in a plastic tub in his apartment. The reportedly ‘quiet’ and ‘boring’ shelf stacker, published a blog in which he listed his favourite bands and interest in cannibalism and also hinted at the thoughts in his head.

 

"If people knew the kinds of things I think about any more, I'd probably be locked away,” he wrote weeks before being arrrested, “No probably about it, I know I would be.”

 

http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/dayart/20060606/huffletter.jpg (Kyle Huff’s letter in full)

 

Jonty Skrufff (JontySkrufff.com)