Aileen Wuornos Child

What Happened to Aileen Wuornos's Son?

As one of the most prolific female serial killers in history, the tragic and violent story of Aileen Wuornos is one which most true crime fans are familiar. The case of Aileen Wuornos is especially interesting because her early life planted the seeds that turned her violent.

A little-known fact about Wuornos is that she gave birth to a son at the age of 14 after a violent attack at the hands of a family friend. She gave her baby up for adoption. Since it was a closed adoption, not much is known about what happened to Aileen Wuornos child.

Planting the Seeds of Violence

Few serial killers succeed in instilling a feeling of sympathy the way the story of Aileen Wuornos is capable of doing. From the time she was born, her life was one filled with pain and abuse at the hands of those who should've protected her the most.

Born February 29, 1956, in Rochester, Michigan, Aileen Wuornos was brought into a world of tumultuous violence and instability. Her mother, Diane Wuornos married her father, Leo Pittman at the young age of 14.

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Two years later, after giving birth to a son and two months before Aileen came into the world, Diane filed for divorce and fled from Leo and his violent tendencies. Aileen never met her father as he was serving time for sex crimes against children when she was born. He was diagnosed as schizophrenic. In 1969, Leo Pittman hanged himself in his prison cell.

Quick note: If you want to learn more about Aileen Wuornos's life and criminal trial, you absolutely need to read this autobiography about Aileen. I could not stop reading this book once I started. Seriously. Ok, back to the article.

Having a rough upbringing doesn't necessarily mean one is destined to become a serial killer. Many people come from hard childhoods and go on to become successful, happy people. However, with the right combination of abuse and mental illness, bad things can grow. If there ever was a story where the listener can see the seeds of a violent future being planted, the story of Aileen Wuornos is it.

Raising a Serial Killer

When Aileen was only 4 years old, her mother Diane abandoned her young son and daughter with her parents. She was done parenting. Diane’s parents eventually legally adopted Aileen and her brother, Keith. According to Aileen, her grandfather was a horribly abusive man.

Aileen says he beat her after forcing her to remove her clothes. She claims her grandfather would also subject her to brutal sexual assaults from a very young age. By the time Aileen was 11 years old, she was trading sexual acts for food, cigarettes and drugs.

At the age of only 14 years old, Aileen Wuornos was raped by a friend of her alcoholic grandfather. She became pregnant. She was sent to live at a home for unwed mothers, as was a common solution for teen pregnancy at that time. On March 23, 1971, she gave birth to a baby boy. T

hat little boy was placed for adoption. Little else is known of what became of Aileen Wuornos son.

Aileen Wuornos Son

Aileen Wuornos Learns to Support Herself

After giving birth to her son, Aileen quit school. Her grandmother passed away from liver failure. Wuornos’s grandfather kicked her out of her home. At 15 years old, Aileen embraced the idea of using her body to support herself. She became a prostitute. She lived for a long period of time in the woods near Rochester, Michigan.

Aileen hitchhiked to Florida in 1976. She married a much older man, a yacht club president named Lewis Fell. Their wedded bliss didn't last, however. The marriage was annulled after 9 weeks with Fell claiming abuse and obtaining a restraining order against Aileen.

Aileen Wuornos bounced around between Michigan and Florida, committing a variety of lower level crimes including armed robbery, car theft, and passing forged checks. She spent time in and out of jail, never settling in one place for very long. At least not until she met the love of her life.

She Found Love

Aileen Wuornos met Tyria Moore, Ty for short, at a biker bar in 1986 while in Florida. The two quickly became a couple. Ty knew Aileen was a prostitute and is quoted saying she didn't approve, although Aileen supported both Ty and herself with the money she made.

It is reported that Ty knew of at least one of Aileen’s murders. Even though Ty was instrumental in the investigation and arrest of Wuornos, Aileen claimed Ty was the love of her life while she was awaiting her death sentence.

Forced to Kill?

Aileen committed the first in her string of murders in November of 1989. The man she killed, Richard Mallory was a convicted sex offender. Aileen Wuornos says he attacked and raped her, leaving her no option but to protect herself. She shot him with her favorite 22 caliber pistol. His car was found by a deputy sheriff two days after he was killed. His body was located in the woods near by.

Aileen Wuornos killed 6 more men. Men who picked her up thinking she was merely a prostitute. The murder of Richard Mallory is the only murder out of the seven committed between 1989 and 1990 that Aileen ever faced a trial for. She entered a plea of no contest for the remaining killings. It was enough to get her sentenced to death in 1992.

After spending a few years on death row at the Florida State Prison, Aileen was put to death on October 9, 2002. Her last words were "I'd just like to say I'm sailing with the rock, and I'll be back like Independence Day, with Jesus June 6. Like the movie, big mother ship and all, I'll be back.”

Aileen Wuornos Teen Mother

Whether Aileen was a victim of circumstance and mental illness or just a twisted serial killer is up to each person to decide. The one truly good thing she did in her life was to give her son up for adoption and making that adoption a closed one. A closed adoption requires the interest of both the child and the mother to be opened.

Since Aileen is gone, Aileen Wuornos child will, hopefully, never know he came from the womb of one of the most dangerous women who ever lived. By giving him up for a closed adoption, Aileen was able to protect her son from the chaos she endured.

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We know that Aileen Wuornos is forever cemented in history as a rare, female serial killer. But what happened to Aileen Wuornos child? We know he was conceived through a violent rape at the hands of her grandfather’s friend.

Aileen was only 14. She struggled to care for herself and couldn't take care of her son. She made the wisest decision is choosing to let another family adopt him.

Hopefully, the family that adopted Aileen Wuornos child never let him know who he came from. We can hope Aileen Wuornos son lives a happy, healthy life because of one of the good decisions she made during her tragic life.

By choosing adoption for her son, she put a stop to the cycle of violence that turned her into the monster she became.

Aileen Wuornos Child

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Lawrence Malloy

She never had a chance she never got counseling and her so called girlfriend turned hope she living in peace wherever she’s at


The Rich bail, while the poor stay in jail. Tryria, ran back to her family, threw Aileen to the wolves, then made money off her. Ironic, Aileen killed for being victimized one too many times, and the judge kills her, so what does that make the judge??? …Cant believe the wasn’t a Petition for Change of Venue….

melissa corcoran

i feel so sad for her. she never had love or protection as a child or as a woman. i could havae been her myself from growing up in a violent household being abused myself. i pray for her i feel like men caused all of this mess and then men killed her . it sucks that men run the world and make the laws that protect men who hurt women and the laws that dont protect children. where was the protection for her as a child nobody had her back nobody defended her she neeeded love of a mother. poor thing i feel sad for her and i will pray for her until the day i die. men ruin everything with their private parts then the act surprised when a woman fights back . if i had her life i might have been the same way .


I’m really sorry that she grew up like this. It makes you wonder a little bit if some type of abuse and neglect like this is happening even right now as I’m typing this. We as Americans live in a flawed society that thinks it’s ok for children to grow up abused. You may argue my point but at the same time actions speak louder than words. There are a lot of innocent children that are being either physically and/or mentally abused. Some people may call CPS, but others just give an excuse. “Maybe they’re throwing a fit or just releasing some steam.” But what happens if it’s not that? What happens if it’s abuse? What happens if it’s a father, mother, grandfather or grandmother beating a child mercilessly until they get tired? It makes you stop and think about it. There are very few brave souls in this world that want to make a difference, but even fewer to become the difference. The only thing I’m asking you is to be that difference and help someone in need. You maybe saving their life in the long run. Thanks for reading this and have a good one. Just remember BE THE DIFFERENCE IN SOMEONE’S LIFE!


We as a society created this woman. By no means do I agree with that she did and my heart goes out to the family she hurt. But Aileen was kicked in the teeth in every direction she took. She never stood a a chance. Very sad I hope she has found peace where ever she may be


What made you think she had a choice to give her son up for adoption? Homes of unwed mothers didn’t let girls leave with the child unless parents were willing to care for the child. Her side of the story says she had a horrible life (the others have no way of speaking their side) but she could have made many choices that could have taken her in a different direction. Before snuffing the life out of those men, she could have simply took her own life. You have to look at these cases based on provable facts, not just one sided stories & based on emotion. She was a murderer, regardless of the reason, & she died as such. Her son will always be better off for not knowing her.


Long before the movies and documentaries, I read about Aileen Wournos. I my heart goes out to her and I’m saddened by the upbringing she had. A few comments posted here say that the ‘I was sexually abused defense’ is a copout. None of us know for sure what she endured as a little girl. Yes, we see lots of truly evil people use such defenses to get off or get lighter sentences when convicted, but isn’t it all too easy to sit back as keyboard jurors. Everyone has an opinion, but nobody know for certain what life must have been like for her. And those that say that Aileen’s 7 victims aren’t around to tell their side of the story. Well that may be true, but the opposite is also true. What about the women that today, go through the abuse and torment that Aileen claimed (true or not) to have gone through by some of her johns. Most of them get away with what they do to women who work the streets; and who tells those stories. So, while I do not condone Aileen’s actions and firmly believe that she should have been held accountable for those crimes, we cannot in good conscience sit behind our keyboards and pass judgement on a woman we know nothing of; despite what has been written or said about her in print or on screen. Until we have walked a mile in her shoes and know what life truly was like for her, we should keep in mind that none of us are perfect. We might not all be murderers, but we are all imperfect human beings who deserve just a little compassion and understanding. I hope that the families left behind of Aileen’s victims have found peace and some closure, and I hope that Aileen has found the peace she deserved as a person. We should all get off our high horses and help people less fortunate than us where we can, in the hope that nobody else will find themselves at their wits end and commit atrocities like Aileen did because she had nowhere else to turn to.

Widow Eileen Gail Genevieve... Redmond/Comeau

Why would anyone counsel Aileen carol wuornos to plead no contest?,…. it is obviously not guilty due to self defense,. Kill or be killed and Richard Mallory started it!!!… fix the USA broken system full of misogynistic filthy dirty old men!!.. Scottish to the core… they feel women are Toy’s like Jackie Gleason..ugly!!

Linda J

The last statement she made, prior to her execution was proof enough: the laws must be appealed, mental illness is a disease. In her case, it is evident she suffered from schizophrenia. It do not take a college degree to see that! Her biological father had the illness. Frankly the whole family had issues. It is an example that should take precedence in family law throughout the country. We need compassionate reform for our American citizens. Mental illness is not a crime, it is a disease and far too many people are not getting the help they need. It should never result in such fatal consequences as this case did. If we treated all human being’s equally, and provided the human services, education and equal opportunities for the so called American Dream, for our citizens in this country, nightmare existences like this one may not have to become a reality.

Emily Miller

If I had been raised like Aileen, I would have done no different except killed more men.


only Aileen and her maker really know what happened.

ezgi Bobur


Daniel R Hayes

I can’t even begin to fathom what Hell she went through. So many people need to be held accountable for how she turned out. She needs to be held accountable for the murders, and everyone around her when she was a child who could’ve helped her, but didn’t.

I can’t say anything else as reading this broke my heart.

Rob G

My sister was an “Aileen”, less the killing. Though I would be understanding too.
I was born in 1969, she was in 1959. She, Joy, was passed from grandfather to uncles sexually, like all the girls in my family, one suicide in 1882. After her body was too old she found love in a very abusive male. Broken bones in casts, bruises, slings, and crutches are what I now remember growing up, too young to know but not to hear and see to later put it together. She was forced to become an exotic dancer/prostitute (in town) by this male.
I was too young to understand why my sister tried committing suicide so many times, once directly in front of me by accident. She, Joy, is finally at peace when she passed from? No relationship for years before.
No positive male models, an alcoholic financially poor mother with four children, Understanding in those days of “suck it up”? Especially for women.
I miss Joy and have so many hugs I never want to let go.
Though I do know, David, her last husband, #4, was so incredibly good to her (the only one) throughout the mental breakthroughs/downs for the last 1/3 of her life and through that, I know now at 48 years old, that’s what counts in life the most? A partner who has your hand and does not take your mental illness to their sick advantages/fantasy. Understands your mind and loves you for who you really are, not what monster lurked in your real life past. Thank you, David.
That’s part of my lifes visions as a child. Though evil is in my veins also, I know how much pain my mental mind is being tortured minute by minute growing up in pain, the thought of hurting another depress me. Television in the past five years is now the past, very good and positive lifestyle addition.

Rob G

Vincent D'Souza

God bless her son and may he have a fruitful and productive life.


What a lovely person she truely what I believe. Evil followed. Her, I think her parter was more involved but lee loved her and spared her the jail, so That in it self shows love ❤


I can’t say that I ever felt sympathy for killers, let alone serial killers, but Aalieen is about the only one!
She was a product of her environment and used what she knew to survive!
Watching her movies, I took a liking to her even though her crimes were uncalled for, it was kinda like kill or be killed! She had a good heart Nd wanted to do right but her illness and wrong doing of others lead her to a life of crime. I don’t think she was a monster, I think she was just driven over the age!
RIP doll💔💔💌only God can judge you

margaret schuler

I live near Rochester, Mi. and I’m about 5 years younger then Aileen, I have read every book written about her, I have every dvd produced about Aileen, and I believe Every family member contributed to the trijectory of her life. Her father was a child molester, her mother abandoned her, her brother was having sex with her, her grandfather was molesting her, the ONLY person who was decent to her was her grandmother. After the passing of her grandmother, she had no more support. I can’t imagine (knowing Michigan weather) living in the woods at 15 years old, and having to trade my body for things that still should have been provided to a minor of 15 years old. She still should have been in school. I am not surprised at all at the outcome of her life, after all the crap she went through. Besides the killings themselves, what I find very offencieve is the interview that Nick Broomfield did with Aileen’s mother Diane, when he informed her that Aileen was “sleeping in the woods and hitchhicking around”, Diane say’s, “which she liked”, what mother thinks their child would “like” sleeping in the woods and sleeping with men just to get money to eat? I would like to smack the shit out of her. She’s the one that should have been sleeping in the woods!!!! This a very tragic story, and Aileen never stood a chance of making a decient life for herself. And for Tyria, and I hope you read this, you used Aileen just as much as any man ever did. You capitalized on every penny she sold herself for, just for a friggin’ beer. You should be asshamed of your self. I find you to be a lazy beer drinking piece of shit!, and should be sitting in prison yourself. If you so much as made a nickle from selling her story, and betraying her like you did you are worse then she ever was, at least she spared you, what did you EVER do for her? Tyria, if I ever see you, I would kick your ass. You are the worthless piece of shit. At least Aileen was honest and came forth to confess to save you from any harm, and what did you do in return?, screwed her over like everyone else in her life. You are discusting, and I suggest you never come to Michigan.

just rosie

Sad story yes
But not every abused child lives next door to people who know/ knew about her abuse.. Many many children now as we speak are being abused just like her if not worse and no one knows about it because many abusers hide them from publics eye

Also remember she used drugs lits if drugs
Which will cloud good or better choices
She could have made..
I believe in the death penalty ..we need it
Not every murderer had a bad upbringing
Some are born bad ..

They take a life ,,your life should be taken.
Punishment is a areward in the way to so that we can live with out fear..and so people will think twice about taking another’s life away from other good families who love them
Most people here must not see the horrible things that are being done to children Today // yesterday and with horrible vile drugs in their systems

And for the pleasure of just killing These people Don’t Desevere to be amongst us
They have lost all moral human compassion.

Feel sorry and do something now for the children that are being abused today..
Make the difference …
How many children that have passed you by in a store a park in a car that are being abused ? etc and youll never know which one it was ..Or is ..

Danielle Stoyles

Everyone who was supposed to protect this woman betrayed her. Her short and tragic life has made many people so much money and that makes me ill. I remember when Charlize Theron won her oscar and was thanking all these ppl and she didn’t ever thank Aileen or mention her for being the reason she was up there with that award. Yes this lady killed those men and im sure the victims families are always going to suffer but Aileen has paid her debt to society for those crimes and still to this day her tragic life is making money for so many. R.i.P Aileen. She murdered thise men yes and they are victims but so is she.


I agree, she had a hurrendous life! A life that know one should endure. After watching her before her execution I came to seriously feel sorry for her. The 1st man she killed was killed in self defense, she had no reason to lie about that. And then something changed in her & she couldn’t trust a man ever again. Her whole life she had been hurt & her soul had been distroyed by men. So that boiling hatred had finally boiled over that night she killed for the 1st time. After she had to kill every man that was willing to hurt her. And Our Justice System did not fail her. She knew that she would continue to kill & asked to be executed because of that. And can we really blame her? No! If she wasn’t cought by the Police like she was I think she would of Killed herself anyway. Her life was over any way we look at it. She never had a chance & it hurts my soul to think that there r other children out there going through the same types of horror she had to endure. That kind of life could turn anyone to do the same. I’m glad most kids know that life can get better as long as they fight for it. She had a fight in her but never was directed onto the right path. I hope her Son was raised well. I hope if he finds out who his Mother was he knows that he was the 1st good thing she did right & the 2nd good thing was giving him to a family that could give him everything she couldn’t. I hope he got her amazing Smile & huge heart. I hope he has her intelligence as well. If she would of been educated she would of been unstoppable! RIP Aileen, I hope the good little girl inside was able to open those golden gates and is now finally living in peace!!!

MP Columbus Ohio

I just watched a guy on probation who had an ankle bracelet on get away with murdering a young college student. He had just been released for a sexual assault. He grabbed her when she got off work, made her drive him around for hours and then raped her and killed her. He left her in a public park. During the trial they went on about his childhood. They even used the fact that he started raping other kids when he was 12 as a defense. Okay so he grew up rough. But it was nothing compared to Aileen. They didn’t give him death penalty. It astounds me that they gave it to her.


I don’t believe everyone in her life since birth, abused her. We’re hearing her side of the story which I have never been a fan of, especially when the other person can’t give his or her side of the story because the person on trial killed them. That self defense plead is way too familiar in these kind of cases in this country. Then a real big red flag goes up when the plea finally turns to “I was abused when I was a child”.. I don’t know if I even believe she was ever abused at all. Her brother said there was no abuse in their home. Even if she was, what are the odds that every man she’d meet while prostituting would just happen to be a abusing sex offender that she’d end up having to kill. I believe it’s more like she Aileen had long before she started murdering her “johns” become a servant of Satan. Look.., Somehow he talked her into thinking that prostitution was either the only or best was to make money. And I guess laying around with her legs spread got to be more work than she wanted to do and what better way to get money without selling or exchanging anything than robbery/ murder. All she needed now was a good reason why she had to kill 7 men and even before her trial, I already knew it was going to be a self defense or abuse defense. That’s how all women charged with murder plead. Had I been on the jury, the outcome would have been the same simply because the accused took the law into their own hands which in turn robbed me of the chance to here the other side of the story


Those men deserved death. They were predators. I don’t care if they had prior backgrounds or not. To the families of those men….they were pigs who were paying to hurt others. They deserved what they got. I do not condone murder. But is it justified here? Hell yes. Aileen had no chance from day 1. I hate that she was executed, but honestly, society failed her over and over again, and I believe death is what she needed. For those disgusting men, death was justice. For this troubled and abused murderer, death was her release from 46 years of pain.

I’ve read comments where people say lots of people come from hard lives and turn out fine or it’s not their problem, but you’re wrong. It is ALL of our jobs as human beings to pay attention and to speak out when we see something wrong. It takes a village! And our village failed her tremendously. My heart is broken for her. I hope her soul is at peace and her son knows the truth.


This is so sad she never had a chance at a real life growing up the way she did the neighbors heard the screams as her grandfather beat her someone should of called child protective services she may of had a better chance growing u in a loving home i dont codone what she done but this poor lady never had a chance RIP Aileen

Bre McCall-Teague

Aileens life was incredibly sad. What is even worse, I think, is that her son still might want to know who his mother is. How can she truly be a ‘monster’ when she thought of him, did not abort him, but gave him up to be cared for & loved unlike herself. Plus, she is thought of as a victim who struck back. Would her son not possibly understand that & know that his mother was not truly, inconceivably horrible? She had a heart that hurt & literally bled for love & recognition. She cried out for help & likely knew deep down her true love did not return her feelings. Perhaps, her son might one day be the only person who ever really loves her even after the fact of her passing & never having met her. I know that I would love my mother through it all & see the plain truth in her actions. Maybe he would not wish to know & would despise hsving been birn from such a hortendous act, however, we can’t know that. I would hope if he ever finds out that he does hold her in high regard for thinking of him at least & opefully he will love her for that alone if nothing else. However, I would hope he would come to understand her struggles & mistreatment as the catalysts for her downfall. She had a bright, childlike smile that met laughing eyes that were shadowed with tragedy. If just once she had been told how precious she was by someone not interested in her to use, then things might have turned out gar differently. God bless her son. I pray he inherited the genuine goodness of her heart, her smile & eyes. Maybe his life will bless others in those beautiful parts of her.

Maxine Grey

Aileen begged for the death penalty. She was a tortured tortured being. She was never ever with anyone she could trust. She became what life did to her. Death would be her only peace. Don’t blame the system. They did what she wanted. She knew if she was set free she would kill again. She refused appeals.


I don’t disagree with the people who express feeling sorry for Aileen. They are right, she lived a very troubling life that no child should have to live through. Although, what I do find interesting is that when I have read comments about male serial killers who grew up in terrible circumstances, the comments in those cases are not so u understanding. Why is it because she is woman, she is more of a victim than if she were a man??


Can’t blame society for her becoming a killer. So stop. I am apart of society and it is not my fault. It’s the people who hurt as a child on up. Thank you.

Chrissy Brown

How do we know her grandfather’s friend fathered the baby? I mean it’s on her Wikipedia page but it could be an older man, “Chief” the local pedophile, (Life And Death of A Serial Killer), a neighborhood boy, her brother, or worse: her grandfather. It’s just another secret Aileen took to her grave though there’s a strong possibility she didn’t even know the paternity.

Either way, it was severely depressing. I hope Aileen’s finally in peace now. Not having to suffer anymore.


The system failed her tremendously and she needed help not the death penalty I don’t believe that was fair


This human never had a chance, what we think of as parents hers let her down, anybody who could have tried to help her ,didnt.. society made her,,society discarded her,society murdered her! Judicial is guilty, ,shame on you,,

Debbie Privett

My heart just ached for Aileen. What a cruel, lonely, sad and violent life she had. Surely before she fled to Florida, SOMEONE had to know what she was going through….but no-one cared. I guess if you see a child that is already violent that you wouldn’t want to bring them into your own home. Life is hard. I hope Aileen is getting all the love and tenderness she needs in Heaven. ❤

Adrianna leal

I just watched a documemtary called the making of a murder about this woman it is just so tragic what she had to grow up in from a young age this woman should have never been executed she was mentally physically sexually abused over and over again by strangers and worse of all many people who she cared about and whom she trusted to take care of her the state of florida made a huge mistake killing this mentally ill woman she should have never passed the mental evaluation she was done wrong by the justice system period.


She was treated horrendously from a very young age,I believe she was a small child, raped and systematically abused by those meant to love and look after her. I honestly believe if the 1st guy she killed hadn’t raped her with a tyre iron and much much worse (I think I’d have killed him myself to be honest) she endured violation after violation at the hands of men and in the end even her “true love and soul mate” sold her out to the police. She is as guilty if not more so in my opinion, she didn’t prostitute her own body but let Aileen prostitute herself (all the while telling us she didn’t like our approve of Aileen doing this… it never stopped her)in order to keep a roof I’ve their heads and of course pay for Ty’s drinking . She knew Aileen committed these acts yet said nothing, drank any money Aileen brought home but never rolls anyone until Aileen was arrested. I actually feel sorry for Aileen Wournos, did she ever stand a chance? She took all the blame not kept Ty out of it and still did she loved her while waiting execution. I hope you found peace Aileen,I hope you found your Heaven.

Kristy Long

Just got done reading Dear Dawn. Man….what a book. I cried, laughed felt angry and pain for her. It’s true we do all have things happen to us. But what she went thru with the mental illness too. This book is her words. Her letters to her only childhood friend in Michigan. She wrote to her nearly everyday on death row. And Dawn did the same. She did have someone truly love her all the way to the end which is really all she ever wanted. This book was awesome! If you are at all interested in Aileen Wuornos…get Dear Dawn.

Krestina.... Sweden

Have read the book . lee had a hopeless live . ihope i see you in heaven lee . love you . ?


I ran across this movie on Netflix and I must say it was good and sad. I’ve never heard if Aileen Wournos until now. I watched real life documentaries of her life afterwards and had nothing but empathy for her. Her childhood definitely is the cause if her tragic future. Her eyes looked so lost and empty and I believed that’s exactly how she felt. Its the saddest thing to be in this cruel world and feel unloved. I think that was her whole problem. Thank God that there is a better place for her and us all who live in this unjust world. Rest in peace Aileen. You deserve it.?

Jewels rivas

Poor Aileen Wuornos,
Never had a chance ,RIP honey your in Gods arms now.She suffer in the hands of men,but yet they want to call her the monster. I think it’s the other way around MONSTERS. Poor little girl. Did have a chance.

Society Failedher

I wish the people of Michigan were better than those in Florida but one phone call could have saved this girl and the bottom line is nobody cared. She was mentally ill and abused or abandoned iby everyone in her life.

And she was right. People made money of this tradgedy. The most delusional thought is thst anyone that picked her up was trying to help her. All predators.

Susan Kirwan

I believe Tyria was more involved than she admitted & that she sold Aileen to the police to save her own skin. Aileen was willing to take the blame solely to protect Ty & Ty betrayed her. Anyone living through what Aileen endured throughout her childhood would have mental health issues & more. I can’t condone what she did but I’m sure in at least one of the killings she felt she was being brutalized when she shot them. In her mind she felt she killed in self defense.

Anette Karlsson

What a tradegy ?but thats Sweden have she never hade get death penelty..she has been out now.but americans can even but child in prison.what a Country do that..???


Her childhood was heartbreaking, BUT, she a choice of defeating her past or continue in it…

Daniel Wade

If she wasn’t raised like she was and raped and got pregnant when she was a child and had a normal childhood and if that man didn’t rape and beat her I don’t think she would have ever killed anyone. She’s gone now and her horrible way of having to live is now over. The first man she killed was self defense he was going to kill her for sure, but anyway it’s all over now but her girlfriend knew everything and got out of it, she will have to pay too. She’s a worse person than Eileen was. So tragic all the way around.

Susan augustine

She never had a chance she was abused at a young age and kicked out at a young age it’s a tragic story. I hope she is getting another chance in heaven

April driskell

Poor Aileen she lived a horrible life fell in love and did what she could to make sure her soul mate was happy as for ty Moore she was wrong for not helping her and for blaming it all on her the system is so fucked up she played a part in all of that but rip to Aileen she’s in a much better place


only she knows the real truth about who she killed. I’d like to believe it was self defense and maybe was but who knows people. Cant trust anyone

If her son ever does find out who his mother is – at least he’ll know he has fighter in him and not scammer

Debbie Carr

This poor child/women had a tragic life and could of only ended the way it did she suffered at the exspence of men all her life of course she was going to turn out this way as for the lethal injection I think that puts Eileen in far better place where she can’t be hurt any longer rip I say .

Debbie Carr

This poor child/women had a tragic life and could of only ended the way it did she suffered at the exspence of men all her life of course she was going to turn out this way as for the lethal injection I think that puts Eileen in far better place where she can’t be hurt any longer rip I say .

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