Arthur Shawcross poem titled "Two Dead Boys" envelope included
Arthur Shawcross poem titled "Two Dead Boys" envelope included

Arthur Shawcross poem titled "Two Dead Boys" envelope included

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Arthur J. Shawcross was responsible for the strangling, suffocating/beating of 11+ women in the Rochester area in the late 1980s.  Shawcross was arrested in January, 1990, a day after the state police spotted him near the frozen body of one of his victims. In the previous 21 months, the bodies of many women — nine of them prostitutes who been working the streets of downtown Rochester — had turned up along the banks of the Genesee River and in creeks, gorges and remote wooded areas off country roads.

Officials stated on November 10,2008, Shawcross complained of a pain in his leg.  He was taken to Albany Medical Center, where he went into cardiac arrest. Shawcross died at 9:50 p.m. and was privately cremated.

Poem by Arthur Shawcross titled, "Two Dead Boys".

Two dead boys

Got up to Fight

Drew their knives

and shot each other.

A dead policeman

heard the noise

and came to arrest

the two dead boys.

If you don't

Believe this tale

is true: ask the

Blind woman, she saw it all too...

Poem is signed in full Arthur J. Shawcross.  Original (recipient self-addressed) envelope included.

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