In one of the most disturbing last words of all time a US serial killer told witnesses that she would make her return by saying 'I'll be back' before smirking as she was given the lethal injection.
Aileen Wuornos, who operated as a prostitute, shot seven of her clients to death between 1989 and 1990.
And while she claimed that her actions were done only when the men attempted to or actually raped her, she confessed that she enjoyed committing her horrific crimes.
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Showing a worrying lack of remorse, as reported by The Mirror, she said: "I killed those men, robbed them as cold as ice. And I'd do it again, too. There's no chance in keeping me alive or anything, because I'd kill again. I have hate crawling through my system."
She was sentenced to six death sentences and spent a decade on death row at the Florida Department of Corrections Broward Correctional Institute, where she pleaded to be put to death.
In 2001, she claimed that if she were ever released, she'd kill again and that keeping her alive was a waste of taxpayers' money.
Her case became high-profile, with the killer speaking in two documentaries, Aileen Wuornos: The Selling of a Serial Killer and Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer, produced by Film Director Nick Broomfield.
In her conversations with Broomfield, sporting an orange jumpsuit, she delivered an array of disgusting answers as she discussed her monstrous acts.
The director angered Wournos when asking why she killed her clients. She screamed that the police allowed her to carry out the murders, telling Broomfield he was, "So lost."
On the day of her execution, she delivered one last statement, which rendered those who heard it repulsed.
She smiled at witnesses from the execution room, and said: "Yes, I would 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, I'll be back."
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