The Untold Truth On Michael Anderson 911 Call
The most gruesome confession of murder in history, Michael Anderson's 911 call in mid-February 2011, is still in the spark of discussion a decade after the incident. Anderson confronted in the ring that he slaughtered his roommate Stephen Starr, shooting him a handful of times and then mangling his body with an ax.
Anderson was 19 years old then, and Starr was 36. Because Anderson wanted to experiment with being bisexual, he went to a gay club and met Starr. They instantly hit it off, and he agreed after Starr offered Anderson to move in with him. The two lived on Ruth Drive just south of the Hickory city limits.
After a few days of moving in, Anderson claimed he was back to being straight and did not want to associate with Starr anymore. He didn't like the gay lifestyle. Regardless, Anderson contended that Starr kept making sexual advances to him, leading him to murder Starr brutally. It also came on the news that Anderson overdosed on cough medicine, which induced him to commit the crime. According to sources, he had taken 19 pills, and his mind went distorted with the high LSD acid condition.
"I took some pills, and um, the pills made me go mad, and um, I murdered my roommate," Anderson can be heard confessing in the 911 call.
"I shot him three times, then used an ax and mutilated his body."