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But die he did still a patient at Trenton State Hospital, where he spent the last 60 years of his life as Case No. Hundreds of documents released by the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office last week at the request of The Inquirer are helping to fill in the portrait of the man often considered the first modern-day U. dressed in a brown suit and bow tie and armed with a 9mm German Luger and a grudge.In a matter of 20 minutes, in what was dubbed the “walk of death,” he killed 13 people — neighbors and strangers, including three children — and wounded three.6, 1949, Howard Unruh fully expected to die in the electric chair or — at best — spend the rest of his life in prison.What he did not want, he said, was to spend the rest of his days in an asylum. To be declared insane and remain in this building the rest of my life — well, I would rather have the chair,” he is quoted as telling a psychiatrist 17 days after the massacre in a report never before released to the public. Psychiatric and investigative reports, including his own long-sealed confession, expose unknown features of his mental landscape before and after the slaughter as well as support much of what is already known. 6, 1949, Unruh, 28, a 6-foot-tall jobless World War II combat veteran, left his house on River Road in Camden at a.m.