For years, one four-hundred-pound man raped and murdered in Baltimore, Maryland. A drug and alcohol addict, he also seemed to be a pathological liar. Why did he murder the homeless, the weak, the drug addicted and sex workers? Was it revenge? Or did he do it for their human flesh? Or was it, as he confessed, because he had a passion for the taste of blood, and the overwhelming sense of power one gets while taking the life of another.
This is Joe Roy Metheny. Death. Drugs and Dinner.
Sources used for this podcast:
The Capital | 1.29.1998
The Daily Times | AP | 12.20.1996
The Baltimore Sun | by: Michael Ollove | 5.12.2002
The Baltimore Sun | by: Peter Hermann | 12.18.1996