While engaging in cannibalism is intentional for most people, few have unknowingly engaged in the act.
The latter may have been the fate of people who have patronized Joe Metheny at a point in time
Not only is Joe Metheny known for his gruesome murders, but he is also known as a manipulative burger seller who sold human bodies as burgers to his customers.
Joe Metheny began his grimly, insatiable need for revenge when he launched a quest to find his runaway wife and her new lover.
On his revenge for unrequited love and betrayal, he confessed to having r*ped, killed, dismembered, and chopped homeless people and drug-addicted pr*stitutes while searching for his wife and son.
On his quest, Joe spent days checking halfway houses, and a drug-dealing location where his wife stays to do drugs. Upon getting to the location, he found two homeless men who he believed did drugs with his wife.
He questioned them about the location of his wife and his son but got no lead from them. Feeling dissatisfied, Joe axed and killed them. A nearby fisherman whom Joe thought had seen how he dealt with the homeless men was also killed.
With the realization of the murders he had committed, Metheny, in panic, quickly tossed the bodies in the river to hide the evidence and cover his tracks.
While he thought he had neatly covered his tracks, Metheny was soon arrested and charged for the murders of the fisherman and the homeless men.
He was denied bail and had to spend a year and a half in jail waiting for trial.
After a short trial, Joe Metheny was acquitted because the court found no physical evidence of the men he killed.
Rather than learn his lessons, Metheny continued his revengeful quest to find his wife and his son. This time, he engaged in several grimly and premeditated Murder.
Premeditated Murder And A New Way Of Disposal
Shortly after his release at the county jail, Metheny went back to the streets and Baltimore and began to murder people for sport and revenge. On his undying quest for revenge, he killed two pr*stitutes.