Donald Henry Gaskins was a serial killer from South Carolina. Growing up Donald's mother neglected him and he was beaten by his various step-fathers. Because of his small size he was nicknamed Pee Wee.
Once his brutality was unleashed, he knew no boundaries, torturing, killing, cannibalizing victims, both male and female. In his taped memoirs for the book, Final Truth by author Wilton Earl, Gaskins said, 'I have walked the same path as God, by taking lives and making others afraid, I became God's equal. Through killing others, I became my own master.
March 13, — September 6, was an American serial killer. Gaskins claimed he committed this murder to earn himself a fearsome reputation amongst his fellow inmates. He was judged to have acted in self-defense and was sentenced to a further three years' imprisonment.
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He was known for his short stature and his very short fuse. Who is Peewee Gaskins? When you think of famous American serial killers, several come to mind.
Donald Gaskins had all the makings of a serial killer as a child. When he became an adult, he earned the title as the most prolific serial killer in the history of South Carolina. Gaskins tortured, killed and then at times ate his victims.
Violence and ridicule followed him from his home where his stepfather beat him to his school where he fought with the other kids daily. This would ultimately lead him to become the most prolific serial killers in South Carolina. At age 11, Gaskins quit school and began working on cars at a local garage.
Gaskins was born on March 13, in Florence CountySouth Carolina to Eulea Parrott,  the last in a string of illegitimate children. He was small for his age and immediately gained the nickname "Pee Wee". As an adult, he was 5' 2" cm and weighed approximately lbs 59 kg.