Charles Ng, before the time of his arrest for the murder of 11 women, entertained himself by drawing cartoons depicting murder scenes, some that contained details of killings that replicated those that went on for real at Wilseyville's bunker, where the corps were found, that only someone involved in the murders would have known.
13 feb 2013
Charles Chi-Tat Ng is a Chinese-American serial killer. He is believed to have raped, tortured and murdered between 11 and 25 victims with his accomplice Leonard Lake at Lake's ranch in Calaveras County, California.
After a lenghty dispute between Canada and the United States, Charles Ng was sentenced to death on February 11, 1999. Today, he awaits death by Lethal Injection at San Quentin State Prison where he passes the time reading and doing his origami, which he was allowed to do again after jail authorities banned it for years over concerns about contraband. Since entering prison, Ng has taken up a correspondence course in art at the University of the Fraser Valley.
"The Thinker" Origami
The bottom is signed in full. It is also accompanied by original artwork detailing the piece
"Michelangelo's Pietà" Origami
It is about 6 inches long and about 6 inches wide
"Little Green Devil" Origami
It is about 5 inches long and about 6.5 inches wide. The back is signed in full Includes a signed drawing depicting this specific origami.
"Pennywise The Clown" Origami
It is about 5 inches long and about 5 inches wide
Charles Ng, P- 46001,
San Quentin State Prison,
San Quentin, CA