Information on the RapperEdit
Herman Webster Mudgett (May 16, 1861 – May 7, 1896), better known under the name of Dr. Henry Howard Holmes, was one of the first documented serial killers in the modern sense of the term. In Chicago at the time of the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition, Holmes opened a hotel which he had designed and built for himself specifically with murder in mind, and which was the location of many of his murders. While he confessed to 27 murders, of which nine were confirmed, his actual body count could be as high as 200. He brought an unknown number of his victims to his World's Fair Hotel from the Columbian Exposition, which was held in Jackson Park some 3 miles (4.8 km) east of the fair. The case was notorious in its time and received wide publicity through a series of articles in William Randolph Hearst's newspapers. Interest in Holmes's crimes was revived in 2003 by Erik Larson's The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair That Changed America, a best-selling non-fiction book that juxtaposed an account of the planning and staging of the World's Fair with Holmes's story. His story had been previously chronicled in The Torture Doctor by David Franke (1975), Depraved: The Shocking True Story of America's First Serial Killer by Harold Schechter (1994), and chapter VI "The Monster of Sixty-Third Street" of Gem of the Prairie: An Informal History of the Chicago Underworld by Herbert Asbury (1940, republished 1986).
The first of the killers shall be the first in this battle.
You're a fictional little man, I suggest that you scidaddle.
Your fame comes from Hitchcock, I created my own infamy,
And when you check into my mansion, you'll feel a rage of jealousy!
A list of over 200 estimated killings and with the Devil himself as my witness,
This pitiful Fazbear Animatronic is no where near me, he cannot hit this!
Leave this to the professionals, you're a child, a momma's boy!
I'm cheating and I'm killing everyone I've ever known, just listen to my voice!
If you think you stand a chance against me, you couldn't be more Psycho.
I'm ruining the life of my partners, scarring children, your level of scariness is low.
I'm a king of torture, you're a jester of a killer with an identity crisis that makes Oedipus look sane.
Call me Hitler's predecessor because I've got the gas chambers which Jew can never escape!
Like a poet, I've got the instinct for doing what I was born to do, while you dress up
As your own poor mother, with a staged suicide which I'm surprised you did not mess up!
- The beat in which Holmes raps to is Bring Me To Life by Evanescence.
- This makes his battle the third to use beats from actual songs.