You sound like a cool anon person ^_^
It’s something that interests me and I think it’s good for them to have contact with people on the outside
I don’t think so unless they have a reason to
The BTK killer, Dennis Rader, murdered ten victims from 1974 to 1991. He did not kill any other victims prior to being captured in 2005. During interviews conducted by law enforcement, Rader admitted to engaging in auto-erotic activities as a substitute for his killings.
Marc Dutroux (born 6 November 1956) is a Belgian serial killer and child molester, convicted of having kidnapped, tortured and sexually abused six girls from 1995 to 1996, ranging in age from 8 to 19, four of whom he murdered. He was also convicted of having killed a suspected former accomplice, Bernard Weinstein, later proved insane. He was arrested in 1996, four years after the disappearance of his victims had begun, and has been in prison ever since, though he briefly escaped in April 1998.
Jeffrey Lionel Dahmer murdered 17 men and boys between 1978 and 1991. The gruesome murders involved rape, necrophilia and cannibalism. Pleading insanity, the court found Dahmer sane and guilty on 15 counts of murder and he was sentenced to 15 life terms, the equivalent of 957 years in prison.
Original caption: Accused murderer Theodore Bundy (C) confers with his defense attorneys on the opening day of his trial 6/25. The trial will be televised nationwide as Bundy participates in his own defense, drawing on his experience as a law student. Bundy is accused of killing two FSU coeds.
Suspected murderer Theodore Bundy, charged with the killings of FSU coeds Margaret Bowman and Lisa Levy who were beaten and strangled at the Chi Omega House in January, is shown in this photograph.
11/20/1957-Madison, WI: Ed Gein, 51, (right), is signed in at State Crime Lab here by deputy sheriff Leon Muryt Nov. 20th, shortly before Gein was questioned further about the murder of Mrs. Bernice Worden. At left is Sheriff Arthur Schley.
Yes I have seen it! I liked it
Daniel Paul Rakowitz is an American murderer and cannibal.
In 1989, he walked around the East Village around Tompkins Square Park bragging to some of the people he believed were his disciples that he had killed his roommate and girlfriend, Monika Beerle, a Swiss student at the Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance, and a dancer at Billy’s Topless. By his own confession, he had stabbed Beerle to death, dismembered her body in the bathtub, boiled the parts, and served some of her remains in the form of a soup to the homeless in nearby Tompkins Square Park. He said that he had boiled her head and made soup from her brain. He had tasted it and liked it, and thereafter he referred to himself as a cannibal. At least one of the people he told his tale to went to police. Rakowitz was arrested shortly thereafter, and led the police to the Port Authority Bus Terminal storage area, where he had stored her skull and teeth.
On Feb. 22, 1991, a New York jury found Daniel Rakowitz, 31, not guilty by reason of insanity for the killing of his Swiss roommate. In 2004, a jury found Rakowitz no longer dangerous but decided that he is still mentally ill and should remain at the Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Center on New York City’s Wards Island.
Workmen finish destruction of the home of serial killer John Wayne Gacy, Jr., on April 11, 1979, in an area west of Chicago. The bodies of 29 persons were unearthed on Gacy’s property.