Monday, September 14, 2009

The Hunky Killer


During the late 90's, I had a huge crush on one of FBI's most wanted serial killer, Andrew Cunanan, that good looking Filipino-American who was accused of killing fashion icon, Gianni Versace among others.

I just finished reading his story at trutv.com, and learned that at some point in his life, he went to the Philippines to visit his father. And to be able to raise funds to get back to the US, he prostituted himself along the red light districts in the country.

Here's a revealing porn picture of Andrew Cunanan and a photo of his death after killing himself when he was cornered by the police.

6 comments:

line of flight said...

I too crushed him when I was a teenager.

Anonymous said...

AY QUE RICO!

in an article written at the Advocate (a N.Y. based gay rag) shortly after the death of Cunanan, i quote : "on an average nite, he would not even make $10 on the streets of New York."...TRUE. even today the summer months in New York is a magnet to extremely handsome boys/men variety of races all over the mainland. testing, pushing and sometimes peddling their luck in the Big Apple. by winter the action shifts south to Miami's South Beach. Cunanan himself was one of these boys. looking for the biggest and fattest rice-fly. his story is a super-exceptional variety which i believe would not happen again for a long, long time.

david said...

i knew andrew, not well, but we sometimes ran in to each other when he was in l.a. sorry to ruin your late 90's fantasy but andrew was a sick and twisted fuck. not that he started out that way. it evolved. he was sweet at first, full of b.s. but harmless. he was also pretty good in the sack, more of a top than a bottom, although that changed big time. andrew's biggest problem was that he actually thought that he was one of the "haves," the people that he catered to. he also, very unwisely, started using the very drugs that he was selling. toward the end, he had already been had by everyone who had desired his company. therefore, he became old news, "Been there, done that!" with the exception of his killing spree, it was the same sad story. i always advise young men who engage in this type of sport to use their time wisely: complete your education, start a business, have worthwhile hobbies, choose friends (and lovers) carefully, save for a rainy day, etc. the same is true for actors. have a back-up plan. i did and i am alive and healthy and doing very well.

boy dude said...

The foundation of our humanity really begins at home. He was intelligent because of what his family molded him to be. So scary. But I think despite of those trauma he wanted to be a somebody. I find it inspirational for people to learn what will be the outcome to have a dysfunctional family. He was cute and very attractive. Wasted. May he rest in peace. Thanks Lex for sharing. I could not sleep until i finished reading this. Hahahahaha!!!!

line of flight said...

i think david's analysis of andrew's life which is interesting for its bitter quality, is still like the rest of the accounts of andrew's life -- which completely miss the crux of its tragic quality. sayang.

Anonymous said...

Recently according to Dr. Michael Stone, forensic psychiatrist of Columbia University in New York, Andrew Cunanan was rated at 15 at the scale of EVIL.

Rate 1, the lowest, was self-defense murder and rate 22, the highest, are those psychopathic torture-murderers, where torture is the primary motive. (In most cases, the crime has a sexual motivating factor)

Rate 15 is psychopathic cold-blooded spree killers or multiple murderers.

For more scale of evil...link to this site...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Most_evil