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Most Interesting Last Meals

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Granting death row inmates their choice of last meal before execution is a hallowed tradition in our justice system. Because of the size, variety or creativity of their orders, these are 20 inmates who ordered the most interesting last meals.

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Lawrence Russell Brower, Texas, 2001: See below Report Abuse
Two chicken-fried steaks with gravy and sliced onions, a triple-patty bacon cheeseburger; a cheese omelet with ground beef, tomatoes, onions, bell peppers and jalapeños; a bowl of fried okra with ketchup; one pound of barbecued meat with half a loaf of white bread; three fajitas; a meat-lover’s pizza; one pint of Blue Bell Ice Cream; a slab of peanut-butter fudge with crushed peanuts; three root beers. Brower ate none of this food and the size of his order led Texas officials to put limits on subsequent last-meal requests.
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Gary Carl Simmons, Mississippi, 2012: Two loaded pizzas and assorted snacks and fast food Report Abuse
Simmons' meal totaled 29,000 calories and he reportedly ate everything but a half-bag of Doritos.
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Peter J. Miniel, Texas, 2004: See below Report Abuse
Twenty beef tacos, twenty beef enchiladas, two double cheeseburgers, a pizza with jalapeños, fried chicken, spaghetti with salt, a small fruit cake, half of a chocolate cake, half of a vanilla cake, cookies-n-cream ice cream, caramel pecan fudge ice cream, two Coca-Colas, two Pepsi-Colas, two root beers and two orange juices.
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Robert Dale Conklin, Georgia, July 2005: See below Report Abuse
Unlike the unsophisticated gluttons on this list, Conklin's order could have been made at the local country club: Filet mingnon wrapped in bacon, de-veined shrimp sauteed in garlic butter with lemon, a baked potato with butter, sour cream, chives, and real bacon bits, corn on the cob, asparagus with hollandaise sauce, French bread with butter, goat cheese, cantaloupe, apple pie with vanilla bean ice cream and an iced tea.
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Dennis Wayne Bagwell, Texas, February 2005: See below Report Abuse
A beef steak, medium rare with A1 Sauce, three fried chicken breast, three fried chicken thighs, BBQ ribs, a large order of french fries, a large order of onion rings, a pound of fried bacon, a dozen scrambled eggs with onions, fried tatters with onions, sliced tomatoes, a salad with ranch dressing, two hamburgers with everything, peach pie or cobbler, ketchup, salt and pepper, milk and coffee, ice tea with real sugar. Only Bagwell knows why, with all that meat, fried food and salt, he felt he needed a salad.
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Bobby Wayne Woods, Texas, 2009: See below Report Abuse
2 chicken-fried steaks, 2 fried chicken breasts, 3 fried pork chops, 2 hamburgers with lettuce, tomato, onion and salad dressing, four slices of bread, half a pound of fried potatoes with onion, half a pound of onion rings with ketchup, half a pan of chocolate cake with icing and 2 pitchers of milk.
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Cameron Willingham, Texas, 2004: 3 BBQ pork ribs, 2 orders of onion rings, fried okra, three beef enchiladas with cheese and two slices of lemon creme pie. Report Abuse
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Thomas J. Grasso, Oklahoma, 1995: See below Report Abuse
Grasso ordered his own version of the surf n turf: two dozen steamed mussels, two dozen steamed clams, a double cheeseburger from Burger King, and a half-dozen barbecued spare ribs. He topped his entree off with two strawberry milkshakes, half a pumpkin pie with whipped cream with diced strawberries and a 16-ounce can of spaghetti with meatballs, served at room temperature.
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Ruth Snyder, New York, 1928: Chicken Parmesan with alfredo pasta, ice cream, 2 milkshakes, and a 12-pack of grape soda. Report Abuse
One assumes the grape soda served a replacement for wine as alcohol is one of the few items inmates cannot request.
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Yosvanis Valle, Texas, 2009: 4 hamburgers, potato fries, and Mexican rice with fixings. Report Abuse
Valle's order doesn't sound unusual at first, but for undisclosed reasons he ordered the burgers, fries and rice "almost burned."
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Richard Head Williams, Texas, 2003: 2 chili cheese dogs, 2 cheeseburgers, fries, salad, onion rings, egg rolls and 3 desserts Report Abuse
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Marvellous Keene, Ohio, 2009: Porterhouse with assorted appetizers and rolls. Also filled up on mangos, plums, a pound of white grapes, German chocolate cake and four bottles of soda Report Abuse
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John Wayne Gacy, Illinois, 1994: 12 shrimp, a bucket of KFC (original recipe) and a pound of strawberries. Report Abuse
Kudos on choosing KFC; Gacy would have ranked a little higher had he ordered extra crispy chicken.
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Jason Getsy, Ohio, 2009: Steak, chicken wings, onion rings, fried mushrooms, salad and pecan pie with ice cream Report Abuse
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Timothy McVeigh, Indiana, 2001: Two pints of mint chocolate chip ice cream Report Abuse
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Johnny Ray Johnson, Texas, 2009: A monster meal that included chicken, steak, 20 shrimp, eggs and two gallons of coffee Report Abuse
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Matthew Eric Wrinkles, Indiana, 2009: Prime rib with a "loaded" baked potato, pork chops with steak fries, two salads with ranch dressing and rolls. Report Abuse
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Lewis Eugene Gilbert II, Oklahoma, 2003: A half-gallon of vanilla ice cream, a box of Whoppers and a box of assorted ice cream cones. Report Abuse
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Jackie Lee Willingham, Oklahoma, 2003: Fettuccine Alfredo, a small deep-dish pepperoni pizza, breadsticks and two Peppermint Patties. Report Abuse
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Velma Barfield, North Carolina, 1984: Ordered a light snack of Coke and Cheez Doodles Report Abuse
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