Bloody message written on the wall where Aaron Hernandez's body was found

Bloody new details about the Aaron Hernandez's prison death have emerged.

According to WCBV-TV, the former football player and convicted murderer used his own blood to scrawl "odd symbols" on a prison wall before committing suicide.

The station reports that the drawings were part of an unfinished pyramid and an all-seeing eye of God, similar to what is found on the back of a U.S. dollar.

The word "Illuminati" was written under the unfinished pyramid. In popular culture, the illuminati is thought to be a society of hidden elites that secretly influence the world.

WCBV-TV previously reported that Hernandez wrote "John 3:16" on his forehead in red marker before he died.

Hernandez reportedly killed himself in his cell on April 19 after he was acquitted of a double murder. He was serving a life sentence for killing Odin Lloyd in 2013.

No suicide note was found on the scene and the circumstances surrounding his death remain a mystery.

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Who was Aaron Hernandez? Violent timeline shows fall of NFL player's stardom

College years: 2007-2010

After an impressive high school football career, Hernandez was recruited to the University of Florida, where he would become one the Gators' star players on the football team while also he playing alongside Tim Tebow.

During this time, however, Hernandez was rumored to have several run-ins with the law, including use of marijuana, fighting in bars, and would later become a person of interest in shooting case in 2007.


Hernandez was drafted by the New England Patriots and became the youngest player in the league in 2010.

The following year he would make his first Super Bowl appearance in 2011.


Police were called to his home in Hermosa Beach after reports of domestic abuse and an alleged fight between him and his girlfriend, Shayanna Jenkins.

No arrests were reported.


Hernandez was arrested for the murder of Odin Lloyd, a semi-professional football player, in June. He would immediately be cut by the Patriots and indicted by a grand jury in August of 2013.


While behind bars, Hernandez faced accusations of threatening to kill a jail guard.

He would later receive a write up over the incident. 


Hernandez was convicted in the murder of Odin Lloyd in April, and was later reported to have been found with a shank while in prison.


Hernandez was acquitted of the 2012 double homicide of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado in April

He committed suicide by hanging himself in his prison cell on April 19, 2017.


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