Lost /art/ of murder
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over the years, psychologists have studied and spotted a few patterns that present in most kids that grow up to be murderers.

child abuse: although not a direct link to a future in crime, experiencing emotional or physical abuse during childhood is definitely a factor in many serial killers’ backgrounds. 
family relationships: another detail many serial killers share in common is the presence of a very strict - or maybe even an overtly religious - parent. an absent father, a domineering mother, or a lack of biological parents at all are also common.
fantasy: serial killers usually spending much of their childhood in fantasy. isolation as a result of bad family relationships and a lack of social skills may result in a child withdrawing and spending an unhealthy amount of time fantasizing.
animal cruelty: this is definitely a telltale sign of danger to come. torturing or patronizing animals is seen as practice until a child is big enough or brave enough to begin to kill humans.
pyromania: setting fires is often sexually stimulating to future serial killers. the  destruction of property feeds the same perverse need to destroy another human being.  

The Nazis were truly sadistic when it came to psychological torture and they were even able to turn music into a weapon of misery. The moment an inmate arrived at the camp an orchestra (usually comprised of prisoners) would play obscenely upbeat music which inmates had to sing and march to as they walked towards their death. The music continued even while people were being gassed; however, even with a full orchestra, they were rarely able to drown out the screaming.The guilt of doing this haunted survivors for decades after the war.



Excerpt from one of Ted Bundy’s confession tapes.

It almost feels like he is whispering into your ear, disturbing. But I like it.

Supper creepy yet oddly thrilling


"I haven’t blocked out the past. I wouldn’t trade the person I am, or what I’ve done - or the people I’ve known - for anything. So I do think about it. And at times it’s a rather mellow trip to lay back and remember."- Ted Bundy