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Slow death

Author: Jim Fielder
Publisher: New York : Kensington Pub. Corp., ©2003.
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Beside New Mexico's Elephant Butte Lake stood a windowless trailer which owner David Parker Ray, 59, and his girlfriend Cynthia Hendy, 39, called The Toy Box. A $100,000 homemade torture chamber, it was equipped with whips, chains, pulleys, straps, clamps, leg spreader bars, and surgical blades and saws. A camcorder stood next to the leather-padded torture table-set up for making "snuff" videos - while a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Named Person: David Parker Ray; David Parker Ray
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jim Fielder
ISBN: 0786011998 9780786011995
OCLC Number: 51455524
Notes: "Pinnacle books."
Description: 317 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 18 cm.
Other Titles: Slow death : the sickest serial torture-slayer ever to stalk the Southwest
Responsibility: by Jim Fielder.

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Beside New Mexico's Elephant Butte Lake stood a windowless trailer which owner David Parker Ray, 59, and his girlfriend Cynthia Hendy, 39, called The Toy Box. A $100,000 homemade torture chamber, it was equipped with whips, chains, pulleys, straps, clamps, leg spreader bars, and surgical blades and saws. A camcorder stood next to the leather-padded torture table-set up for making "snuff" videos - while a ceiling-mounted video monitor allowed female victims to see every excruciating detail of the agonies inflicted on them by their captors."Never Trust A Chained Captive". That was one of the rules David Ray kept posted as a reminder to himself and his followers. Its truth was proven on March 22, 1999 when, after surviving a three-day torture orgy, Cyndi Vigil, 22, stabbed Hendy with an ice pick and escaped, clad only in a slave collar and padlocked chains. She told police that she'd been kidnapped, raped and tortured by Ray and Hendy. A second victim, Angie Montano, 27, came forward to describe how she'd survived a similar ordeal less than a month before.Satanist Ray was the centre of a web of sadism, sex slavery and murder. His disciple, drifter Dennis Roy Yancy, confessed to strangling to death Marie Parker, 22, while Ray took photos. Ray's daughter Jesse, 31, was convicted of helping her father kidnap and torture Kelli Van Cleve, 22. Cynthia Hendy told authorities that Ray had killed 14 women. Police believe that he may have slain more than 60. On September 20, 2001, Ray was sentenced to 224 years in prison.

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