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Ricardo López (January 14, 1975 – September 12, 1996), also known as the "Björk stalker", was an Uruguayan-American pest control worker who attempted to kill Icelandic musician Björk in September 1996.

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  • Ricardo López (January 14, 1975 – September 12, 1996), also known as the "Björk stalker", was an Uruguayan-American pest control worker who attempted to kill Icelandic musician Björk in September 1996.
  • Ricardo López (January 14, 1975 – September 12, 1996), also known as the "Björk stalker", was a Uruguayan-American pest control worker who attempted to kill Icelandic musician Björk in September 1996. López developed an obsession with Björk in 1993, and became angry over her relationship with musician Goldie. Over the course of nearly nine months, López made a video diary musing about Björk and other topics at his apartment in Hollywood, Florida. On September 12, 1996, he mailed a letter bomb rigged with sulfuric acid to her residence in London, then returned home and filmed his suicide. Police found López's body and diaries four days later; they contacted the British police, who intercepted the package. Björk was unharmed.
  • Ricardo López (January 14, 1975 – September 12, 1996), also known as the "Björk stalker", was a Uruguayan-American pest control officer who attempted to kill Icelandic musician Björk in September 1996.
  • Ricardo López (January 14, 1975 – September 12, 1996), also known as the "Björk stalker", was a Uruguayan-American pest control worker who attempted to murder Icelandic musician Björk in September 1996.
  • Ricardo López (January 14, 1975 – September 12, 1996), also known as the "Björk stalker", was a Uruguayan-American stalker who attempted to murder Icelandic musician Björk. He developed an obsession with Björk in 1993, and became angry over her relationship with musician Goldie. Over the course of nearly nine months, he made video diaries musing about Björk and other topics at his apartment in Hollywood, Florida. On September 12, 1996, he mailed a letter bomb rigged with sulfuric acid to Björk's residence in London, then returned home and filmed his suicide by gunshot. Hollywood police found his body and videos four days later; they contacted the police in London, who intercepted the package, and Björk was unharmed.
  • Ricardo López (January 14, 1975 – September 12, 1996), also known as the "Björk stalker", was a Uruguayan-American pest control worker who attempted to murder Icelandic musician Björk. He developed an obsession with Björk in 1993, and became angry over her relationship with musician Goldie. Over the course of nearly nine months, he made video diaries musing about Björk and other topics at his apartment in Hollywood, Florida. On September 12, 1996, he mailed a letter bomb rigged with sulfuric acid to Björk's residence in London, then returned home and filmed his suicide by gunshot. Hollywood police found his body and videos four days later; they contacted the police in London, who intercepted the package, and Björk was unharmed.
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  • Ricardo López (stalker)
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  • Ricardo López (January 14, 1975 – September 12, 1996), also known as the "Björk stalker", was an Uruguayan-American pest control worker who attempted to kill Icelandic musician Björk in September 1996. López developed an obsession with Björk in 1993, and became angry over her relationship with musician Goldie. Over the course of nearly nine months, López made a video diary musing about Björk and other topics at his apartment in Hollywood, Florida. On September 12, 1996, he mailed a letter bomb rigged with sulfuric acid to her residence in London, then returned home and filmed his suicide. Police found López's body and diaries four days later; they contacted the British police, who intercepted the package. Björk was unharmed.
  • Ricardo López (January 14, 1975 – September 12, 1996), also known as the "Björk stalker", was a Uruguayan-American pest control worker who attempted to kill Icelandic musician Björk in September 1996. López developed an obsession with Björk in 1993, and became angry over her relationship with musician Goldie. Over the course of nearly nine months, López made a video diary musing about Björk and other topics at his apartment in Hollywood, Florida. On September 12, 1996, he mailed a letter bomb rigged with sulfuric acid to her residence in London, then returned home and filmed his suicide. Police found López's body and diaries four days later; they contacted the British police, who intercepted the package. Björk was unharmed.
  • Ricardo López (January 14, 1975 – September 12, 1996), also known as the "Björk stalker", was a Uruguayan-American pest control officer who attempted to kill Icelandic musician Björk in September 1996. López developed an obsession with Björk in 1993, and became angry over her relationship with musician Goldie. Over the course of nearly nine months, López made a video diary musing about Björk and other topics at his small apartment in Hollywood, Florida. On September 12, 1996, he mailed a letter bomb rigged with sulfuric acid to her residence in London, then returned home and filmed his suicide. Police found López's body and video diaries four days later; they contacted the British police and Scotland Yard who intercepted the package. Björk was unharmed.
  • Ricardo López (January 14, 1975 – September 12, 1996), also known as the "Björk stalker", was a Uruguayan-American pest control officer who attempted to kill Icelandic musician Björk in September 1996. López developed an obsession with Björk in 1993, and became angry over her relationship with musician Goldie. Over the course of nearly nine months, López made a video diary musing about Björk and other topics at his apartment in Hollywood, Florida. On September 12, 1996, he mailed a letter bomb rigged with sulfuric acid to her residence in London, then returned home and filmed his suicide. Police found López's body and diaries four days later; they contacted the British police, who intercepted the package. Björk was unharmed.
  • Ricardo López (January 14, 1975 – September 12, 1996), also known as the "Björk stalker", was a Uruguayan-American pest control worker who attempted to murder Icelandic musician Björk in September 1996. López developed an obsession with Björk in 1993, and became angry over her relationship with musician Goldie. Over the course of nearly nine months, López made a video diary musing about Björk and other topics at his apartment in Hollywood, Florida. On September 12, 1996, he mailed a letter bomb rigged with sulfuric acid to her residence in London, then returned home and filmed his suicide. Police found López's body and diaries four days later; they contacted the British police, who intercepted the package. Björk was unharmed.
  • Ricardo López (January 14, 1975 – September 12, 1996), also known as the "Björk stalker", was a Uruguayan-American stalker who attempted to murder Icelandic musician Björk. He developed an obsession with Björk in 1993, and became angry over her relationship with musician Goldie. Over the course of nearly nine months, he made video diaries musing about Björk and other topics at his apartment in Hollywood, Florida. On September 12, 1996, he mailed a letter bomb rigged with sulfuric acid to Björk's residence in London, then returned home and filmed his suicide by gunshot. Hollywood police found his body and videos four days later; they contacted the police in London, who intercepted the package, and Björk was unharmed.
  • Ricardo López (January 14, 1975 – September 12, 1996), also known as the "Björk stalker", was a Uruguayan-American pest control worker who attempted to murder Icelandic musician Björk. He developed an obsession with Björk in 1993, and became angry over her relationship with musician Goldie. Over the course of nearly nine months, he made video diaries musing about Björk and other topics at his apartment in Hollywood, Florida. On September 12, 1996, he mailed a letter bomb rigged with sulfuric acid to Björk's residence in London, then returned home and filmed his suicide by gunshot. Hollywood police found his body and videos four days later; they contacted the police in London, who intercepted the package, and Björk was unharmed.
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  • "Björk Stalker"
  • "Björk Stalker" "Madlad"
  • "Björk Stalker" MADLAD
  • Björk Stalker
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