Everyone needs to eat
Photographer Henry Hargreaves is known for his artistic representations of food, but nobody knew how powerful his “No Secrets” series would be. The project visualizes the final meals of famous death row inmates, an idea in which Hargreaves feels reveals a lot about a person’s character – and this photoshoot is living proof that there is truth to that theory. Check out Hargreaves’ eerily iconic work for yourself.
McVeigh was the U.S. terrorist behind the Oklahoma City bombing, in which he was charged with 168 counts of murder. He was put to death age 33 in Indiana by lethal injection.
Last meal: 2 pints of mint chocolate chip ice cream.
Allen Lee “Tiny” Davis
Allen Lee Davis (A.K.A. Tiny) was charged with 3 counts of murder and robbery. He was put to death by the electric chair at 54 years-old in Florida.
Last meal: Lobster tail, fried potatoes, half a pound of fried shrimp, 6 ounces of fried clams, half a loaf of garlic bread, and 32 ounces of A&W root beer.
Ted Bundy was put to death by the electric chair at the age of 43 in Florida. He was charged with necrophilia, rape, escaping prison and 35+ counts of murder.
Last meal: He turn down his right to a last meal, so he was served a steak cooked at medium rare, eggs over easy, hash browns, toast with butter and jelly, milk and juice.