"Ernest doesn't scare me": the British in love by correspondence into a serial killerPictolic
A resident of the English town of Shipley Tracy Bottomley (Bottomley Tracey) in 41 year could not boast of an established personal life. So after three years of loneliness, she participated in a program of correspondence with inmates, hoping to meet his fate. She met, however, in the face of a merciless killer.
Texting with 53-year-old convicted of double murder of Ernest Otto Smith (Ernest Otto Smith), Tracy realized that this was her man and fell in love with the murderer on the ears. Bottomley argues that the chosen one attracted her in the first place, its maximum openness.
"An honest story about the past", which Smith described in detail the killings and the resulting emotions, deeply touched the heart of a single woman. Moreover, Tracy has decided that their fates are similar, because both she and Ernest got in childhood trauma from maltreatment.
Her apartment Tracy had turned into a real temple of love Ernest
Bottomley also recalls his difficult marriage, which ended a difficult divorce. As for Ernest, he in the childhood has become the victim of sexual violence, which led to a prolonged depression and the drug craze. Well, from addiction to heroin, to crime, as you know, way very close.
Almost all free time spends on Bottomley's correspondence with her lover and making these collages
Ernest Otto Smith killed two people in 2005. First he was robbed and shot James Dillingham (James Dillingham) in Toledo, Ohio, and then killed and the accidental witness to his crime Katie Barnett (Cathy Barnett). Court of the state of Ohio killer sentenced in 2006 to lengthy prison without parole.
Ernest is not too pleasant, but true love is not a hindrance
While the pair is rewritten, but next year, Tracy plans to go to the USA to marry your loved one. The journalists ' questions about whether she is not afraid for his life, associating himself with the killer, Tracy says simply:
Tracy + Ernest = Love
Immediately it should be noted that amorous Briton not too risk of dying at the hands of his chosen, as he, according to the sentence, can be released no earlier than 32 years. The story of Tracy though unusual, but not exceptional. There are many cases when women have fallen in love in a more creepy monsters, concluding with them marriages.