Elmer Wayne Henley Jr.

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Elmer Wayne Henley Jr.
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Origin: Houston, Texas
Occupation: Prisoner
Goals: To find a figure of the father he never had by gaining the trust of Corll (failed)

To manipulate and kidnap as many victims as possible to satisfy Corll's sexual perversions (succeded, formerly). Cover evidence and keep loyal to Corll (formerly, partially succeded) Kill Dean Corll and turn himself to authorities (succeded)

Crimes: Sodomy/rape, torture, deception, kidnapping, murder
Type of Villain: Redeemed Lust Killer

Elmer Wayne Henley Jr. (May 9, 1956) is an American serial killer, currently serving his sentence in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ). Henley was convicted in 1974 for his participation in a series of murders known as the Houston Mass Murders, at least 28 teenagers and young men were kidnapped, tortured, raped and killed by Dean Corll between 1970 and 1973.1: 219 Henley and David Owen Brooks (another teenage accomplice Corll), together and individually, cheated many of Corll's victims to take them home. Henley, 17, confronted and killed Corll with six shots on August 8, 1973, dying slowly.