You can have anything you want for dinner. The only catch is, this meal will be your last.
From the pecan pie that Ricky Ray Rector never ate to the least indulgent of last meals -- a single olive ordered by Victor Feguer -- a Brooklyn-based artist has recreated the final food orders for some of America's most infamous death row inmates.
"When you read about the death row inmates, they were just names and statistics," Henry Hargreaves said, according to the Daily Mail. "But once I found out about what they ate as their last meal, they began to come to life. I could see a little corner of their personality."
Hargreaves recreated the nine servings, taking into account the year in which they were served, before taking a diner's eye-view photo of each meal.
Check out a Hargreaves' work by scrolling through the slideshow:
Lost your appetite? Victor Feguer, charged with kidnap and murder, requested a lone unpinned olive, served on a large ceramic dish. Credit: Henry Hargreaves, Caters
Perhaps because he knew that he had reached the end, Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh -- jailed for 168 counts of murder -- went straight to dessert with two pints of mint chocolate chip ice cream. Credit: Henry Hargreaves, Caters
May the meal fit the criminal. Before his conviction, Illinois-born John Wayne Gacy worked as a manager for three different KFC restaurants. So when authorities asked Gacy, convicted of 33 counts of murder, what his last meal would be, the man stayed loyal to his employer and ordered a bucket of original recipe KFC, 12 fried shrimp, french fries and a pound of strawberries. Credit: Henry Hargreaves, Caters
Steak, fried chicken, a glass of cherry Kool-Aid and a slice of pecan pie were all on the menu for Arkansas' Ricky Ray Rector, charged with two counts of murder and executed by lethal injection. In the end, Rector decided to pass on the pecan pie, however, telling the guards he was saving "for later." Credit: Henry Hargreaves, Caters
Florida's infamous serial killer Ted Bundy was jailed for rape, necrophilia, escape from prison and 35 counts of murder. He declined a special order for his last meal, so authorities served a medium-rare steak, eggs over easy, hash browns, toast with butter and jelly, juice and milk. Credit: Henry Hargreaves, Caters