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Is John Henry the Craigslist Killer (Satire)?

BOSTON - JUNE 18:  Boston Red Sox owner John Henry attends Boston Common Magazine's honoring of Emily Mortimer on June 18, 2008 at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts.  (Photo by Mary Schwalm/Getty Images)
BHLCorrespondent INovember 3, 2016

Disclaimer:  Readers who do not possess a strong sense of humor, along with readers who may take offense to an article which ridicules the interpersonal skills of a suspected killer in comparing them to that of Red Sox owner John Henry, should not proceed with reading this article.

With the recent news surrounding the "Craigslist Killer" engulfing the local and national news, readers undoubtedly cringed a bit when reading April 29's Boston Globe gossip column featuring some bizarre writing from Red Sox owner John Henry.

Henry has never appeared to be a "normal guy," nor someone who blue collar Bostonians could ever empathize with, which made this bizarre and freakishly strange excerpt of an email Henry sent somewhat expected.

If readers could pinpoint what an email from the Craigslist Killer would resemble, Henry hit the proverbial nail on the head.

In spite of Henry's aloof and detached demeanor, many times appearing as though he's been sent from another planet, his gushy prose attempt at winning over his then-girlfriend Linda Pizzuti is a quick and simple recipe to induce vomiting.

Without further ado, from April 29's Boston Globe:

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