Halloween is over, but spooky season doesn’t have to end. ‘Tis the season for showing your murderino and true crime obsessed friends how much you love them with a gift that screams DON’T GET MURDERED. If you’re the black sheep of your crew, and everyone gives you weird looks for knowing Ted Bundy’s whole life story, who cares. Add your own name to your holiday gift list and treat yourself. Oh and Stay Sexy, and Don’t get…well…you know. Without further ado, here are our favorite gift ideas for murderinos and true crime lovers.
15 Gift Ideas for Murderinos and True Crime Lovers
This might not be the best formal accessory, but this evidence bag clutch is kitschy and fun and will let everyone know that you are not to be messed with.
Adult coloring books were so yesterday. Now’s the time to color in your favorite murderers’ faces to help you relax. Because what’s more relaxing than thinking about crime.
In case you don’t have enough random knowledge, now you alienate yourself at the party even more by inserting some of this obscure serial killer trivia into any conversation.
Regular cards are boring. Get cards with serial killers’ faces on them so you and your Murderino friends can endlessly chat about crime.
Wearing this shirt is a sure-fire way to make friends that will send a search party looking for you if you go missing. Besides, it’s always fun spotting fellow murderinos in the wild.
What’s sexier than snuggling into bed and turning on a classic crime documentary? Not much. Wear it to bed or the grocery store and see who walks to talk murder.
This best selling book by Michelle Macnamara chronicles the chilling story of the infamous Golden State Killer, who terrorized Northern California in the 1970s and 80s. Get the paperback or listen to it narrated on Audible for a story that will keep you up at night, because you can’t put it down.
Another crime classic, this story is told by one of the closest women in Ted Bundy’s life. She married him while on the stand in court, so you know there are other mind-blowing stories in this one.
In case you need to add more to your encyclopedia of serial killer knowledge, this book has a substantial collection of facts on some well known, and some under the radar, serial killers.
It’s cute, stylish, and above all else, lets people know that you listen to true crime podcasts and know how to bust your way out of the trunk of a car.
The reminder you never knew you needed, now on your wrist, for a constant reminder.
What goes better together than wine and crime? Pour a glass and turn on a documentary because you deserve this.