These Last Statements By Death Row Inmates Are Utterly Bizarre

Everybody has to die someday. Be it accidental, on purpose, or in your sleep, your time will come. For those who have committed heinous crimes, that time arrives sooner than they might have planned. Death row inmates have to face their inevitable demise after they commit the most unspeakable crimes. When their time comes, they usually have some last words to offer. You can imagine how interesting it might get when they make their final statements. Prepare yourself: here are the most bizarre last words from death row inmates.

“I did not get my Spaghetti-O’s, I got spaghetti. I want the press to know this.”

Say hello to Thomas Grasso, a man who was mighty picky about the type of spaghetti he wanted. Thanks to two murders, he was sentenced to death. He strangled Hilda Johnson, an 87-year-old woman, with her Christmas tree lights.

The other murder came six months later when he killed Leslie Holtz, an 81-year-old man from Staten Island. He also stole the victim’s Social Security check. That was all in 1991 and on March 20, 1995, Grasso received a lethal injection after he complained about his final meal.