• June 24, 2024

SERIOUSLY: Michigan Man Has Pled Guilty To Killing And Eating Kevin Bacon….

In a Friday report, a Michigan cannibal who met Kevin Bacon three years ago on a dating app confessed to killing and eating a portion of him.

The Mlive.com reported that Mark Latunski admitted on Thursday to killing and dismembering the 25-year-old hairdresser he had lured to his home in Bennington Township in December 2019.

The crime scene inside Mark Latunski’s house, a seasoned detective claimed that it was the worst he had ever seen in his career and he was still plagued by the terrifying pictures, one day after Latunski confessed to killing Kevin Bacon.

As soon as Bacon’s family reported him missing, police met with Bacon’s roommate which led them to Latunski’s home. Bacon’s family first became concerned when he failed to show up to a brunch on Christmas Eve 2019.

Investigators eventually discovered Bacon’s car at a Dollar General store parking lot, and they were able to follow him to Latunski’s home on December 28.

According to his father, Bacon, 25, is a hairstylist who is majoring in psychology, met Latunski on Grindr before surreptitiously going to the 53-year-house old’s on West Tyrrell Road in Bennington Township.

Latunski, 53, also confirmed to police that he met Bacon on the homosexual, bisexual, and trans dating app Grindr and then chopped off and ate his testicles. He acknowledged stabbing Bacon in the back and then taking chunks of his body and eating them in the kitchen.

After the horrifying murder, in a basement in Latunski’s residence, the dismembered body of Bacon was discovered hanging from the ceiling with a rope around his ankles, his neck slit, and body parts missing.

Authorities believe Bacon was killed sometime on the evening of December 24, or early December 25.

The abrupt change of plea came less than a month before Latunski’s trial was set to begin on October 18. Latunski, of Swartz Creek, had earlier pleaded not guilty with an insanity defense.

Mary Chartier had recommended entering a guilty plea since he had a history of mental illness.

“We have discussed this matter and consistently he’s been very clear, more than once, multiple times, on his choice and on his reasoning, said Latunski’s attorney, in court on Thursday.

Up to his upcoming court date on October 18, Latunski will stay at the Center for Forensic Psychiatry in Saline. Latunski’s offenses will be classified as first-degree murder, second-degree murder, or manslaughter at the conclusion of the trial.

Since their son was killed three years ago, Bacon’s father, Karl Bacon said that their family has not been able to celebrate Christmas day.

“I’m just glad we’re seeing the end of it,” Bacon said, adding that he is relieved that he and his family won’t have to sit through a trial. “Maybe it’ll close this chapter in our lives. I don’t know yet, we’re still trying to figure that out.”

Sources: Dailywire, Mlive.com, Oxygen

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