San Francisco: author / editor, 1991. 6p. (in the 32p. zine), staplebound 8.5x5.5 inch xeroxed self-wraps reproduced from typescript. Unhandled copy, as new. Murder can be fun no. 13.
"I wound up digging through several hundred microfilmed old newspapers with my alarms set for any story headlined 'Disneyland'. and, after damn near wrecking my eyesight, I got them --every single last accident-related death in Disneyland history, fully described for the first time to my knowledge in a single article." Marr finds human stupidity and alcohol invariably to blame, no discredit on the Disney people. // Other articles concern deliberate trainwrecking, worst plane crash, an appreciation of HarryStephen Keeler, and Marr's latest find in lurid old paperback cover illustrations, here a classic "skewering" image.