My serial killer dad writes to me from prison – he said I look fat

The daughter of an infamous serial killer has revealed the contents of letters she receives from him – including one where he told her she looked fat at her wedding.

Melissa Moore, who posts on TikTok as @lifeafterhappyface, is the daughter of the Happy Face killer Keith Hunter Jesperson who murdered at least eight women in the United States during the early 1990s.

The twisted man got his name after he drew smiley faces on his many letters to the media and authorities.

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Now his daughter has revealed some of the letters he has sent to her while he is serving life without parole at the Oregon State Penitentiary.

One of which included a photograph he had managed to get of her and her now-husband at their wedding in July and had the nerve to ask why he wasn't invited.

In the video, which has gained more than 993,000 likes, Melissa explained: "I got married this summer in July, and I got a letter like this from my dad with a picture of my picture from my wedding.

"He's somehow able to see my Instagram from prison. In the letter he says, I'm fat and my husband is fat, and we don't run. He then tells me maybe this marriage will work and ends with 'why wasn't I invited?'

"'Remember most of all, daughter, I never stopped loving you.'"

She also revealed that she received a package from him for Christmas last year and was terrified to open it.

"Then for Christmas last year, I got this package in the mail. I was very terrified to open it, but here were its contents," she added.

"A purse that his inmate friend from prison made me."

TikTok users were shocked that her father was able to contact her at all as they took to the comments stunned by his letters.

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One user wrote: "It angered him to see YOU free and happy while he is neither."

Another added: "You'd be surprised how much access to social media prisoners have."

A third commented: "'Why wasn’t invited?' Does he forget where he is right now or what?"

A fourth asked: "Can you not tell the prison he is not to send you anything?"

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