Murder Can Be Fun

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'''Murder Can Be Fun''' is the infamous [[zine]] of bizarre death, murder, mayhem, crime, disaster, weird books and even weirder people. [[John Marr]] began publishing the zine in 1986 out of San Francisco, CA. Marr painstakingly researched murders and deaths, documenting them in an entertaining way each issue. Murder Can Be Fun was featured in [[The Factsheet Five Zine Reader]] that was published in 1997, as well as 1992's ''The World of Zines''. Topics included Karen Carpenter's anorexia, assassination attempts on Andy Warhol, the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, historical cannibals, faith healing, Fatty Arbuckle, Cornell Woolrich's fiction, and many more bizarre topics or subjects not often addressed in the mainstream media.
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'''Murder Can Be Fun''' is the infamous [[zine]] of bizarre death, murder, mayhem, crime, disaster, weird books and even weirder people.  
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[[John Marr]] began publishing the zine in 1986 out of San Francisco, CA. Marr painstakingly researched murders and deaths, documenting them in an entertaining way each issue. Topics included Karen Carpenter's anorexia, assassination attempts on Andy Warhol, the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, historical cannibals, faith healing, Fatty Arbuckle, Cornell Woolrich's fiction, and many more bizarre topics or subjects not often addressed in the mainstream media.
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Murder Can Be Fun was featured in [[The Factsheet Five Zine Reader]] that was published in 1997, as wellas 1992's ''The World of Zines''.
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Revision as of 19:04, 13 July 2007

Murder Can Be Fun is the infamous zine of bizarre death, murder, mayhem, crime, disaster, weird books and even weirder people.

John Marr began publishing the zine in 1986 out of San Francisco, CA. Marr painstakingly researched murders and deaths, documenting them in an entertaining way each issue. Topics included Karen Carpenter's anorexia, assassination attempts on Andy Warhol, the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, historical cannibals, faith healing, Fatty Arbuckle, Cornell Woolrich's fiction, and many more bizarre topics or subjects not often addressed in the mainstream media.

Murder Can Be Fun was featured in The Factsheet Five Zine Reader that was published in 1997, as wellas 1992's The World of Zines.

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