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Florida Man Axes Victim – Eats Eyeball And Brain

Submitted by on January 27, 2012 – 7:45 AM2 Comments | 1,124 views

Tyree Lincoln Smith


Looks like we have a real live Hannibal Lecter on our hands. Or at least the most recent incarnation.

35 year old, Tyree Lincoln Smith was taken into custody for the murder of a Connecticut man after luring him into an abandoned house and then beating him to death with an Axe.

As if that gruesome crime wasn’t enough, Smith then took an eyeball and some brain-matter to a nearby cemetery before consuming them.

A cousin of Smith said that he told her he had to “get blood on his hands” just hours prior to killing victim, Angel Gonzalez.

Here’s more on this grizzly homicide from the Palm Beach Post:

LYNN HAVEN, Fla. — A Florida man has been arrested for allegedly hacking to death a Connecticut man and eating the victim’s eye and part of his brain, police said Wednesday.

Tyree Lincoln Smith, 35, was arrested Tuesday night on a Connecticut warrant for murder, according to police in Lynn Haven, Fla.

A property inspector discovered the body of Angel L. Gonzalez on Friday on the third floor of an abandoned home in Bridgeport, Conn., according to that city’s police department. A medical examiner determined that the cause of death was blunt head trauma and ruled Gonzalez’s death a homicide.

On Monday a cousin of Smith’s in Connecticut contacted the Bridgeport police about Gonzalez’s death. She told detectives that Smith had arrived at her house Dec. 15 and said he wanted to “get blood on his hands” before going to a park and then to the abandoned home, where he used to live, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.

The next day, Smith returned to the cousin’s house with blood on his pants, hands and an axe, the affidavit said. Smith’s cousin said he told her that he was sleeping on a porch at the abandoned home when we was awakened by a Hispanic man and invited inside. Then Smith described beating the man’s face and head with the axe and collecting one of his eyes, a piece of his skull some of his brain matter, which he consumed in a nearby cemetery, the affidavit said.

The cousin told detectives she called Smith’s mother, who notified police on Dec. 16 that they may want to check the abandoned home and that her son had “mental issues,” the affidavit said.

Smith had left Connecticut for Florida on Friday on a Greyhound Bus, the cousin told detectives. Police and Smith’s relatives reached Smith by telephone, and in a recorded call Smith admitted that he had been at the abandoned house and that he told a relative that he had killed the man, according to the affidavit.

Federal, state and local law enforcement officers took Smith into custody at an apartment Tuesday night without incident, Lynn Haven police said.

It was not immediately clear whether Smith had an attorney.

So, apparently Smith had “mental issues”. Hmmm, I’d say that’s a bit of an understatement. Makes you wonder what delusion he was under that caused him to do such a thing?

Thanks to the Palm Beach Post for this tip off.

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  • Henry

    What wine goes with that?
    Chianti goes well with liver, but I am not sure about brains.

  • The Oshmar

    Blunt trauma with an Axe? Didn’t he realize that axes have a sharp end?