After being taken offline in the spring of 2001, HAL was able to hobble together a new career as a struggling self-help author, were he self-published multiple E-books and pamphlets, building himself a small, but dedicated following. He now spends most of his time writing and traveling to book shows to get the word out about his unique perspective for achieving happiness regardless of a heartbeat.
What started out as a quiet life of making the leather trinkets for the local of Pentecostal preacher quickly turned into donning a mask made out of human skin and murdering pesky teenagers. And so a legend was born. But through it all Leatherface never felt artistically fulfilled, and his inner voice called out to him to be more than a footnote in the annals of maniac serial killers. And with no logical place to turn, Leatherface turned to the one thing place where logic does not exist, the art world.
And it was here, where Leatherface grew from penniless no one with a chainsaw to the art scene’s darling with a chainsaw, lining up commissions along the way faster than the artist could carve a possum from a Texas Blackgum tree.
A skewed look into the lives of 16 scary movie villains
Over the course of the month of October, I’ll be posting a visual look into the lesser known lives of 16 different scary movie villains. Why am I doing this? I have no idea, except to say it seemed like a good idea at the time.
No.1 or 16 - Samara Morgan “The Ring”
In an effort to turn her life around after her death, Samara decided to use her unique ability to crawl in and out of TV sets for profit.