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Top 10 quotes from serial killers

1. Ted Bundy - “I just liked to kill, I wanted to kill.” / “You learn what you need to kill and take care of the details…Its like changing a tire…The 1st time you’re careful…By the 30th time, you can’t remember where you left the lug wrench.” 

2. Richard Ramirez - “You maggots make me sick, I will be avenged. Lucifer dwells within us all.” / “We’ve all got the power in our hands to kill, but most people are afraid to use it. The ones who aren’t afraid, control life itself.” 

3. Jeffrey Dahmer - “I’ve got to start eating at home more..” / “My consuming lust was to experience their bodies. I viewed them as objects, as strangers. It is hard for me to believe a human being could have done what I’ve done”

4. John Wayne Gacy - “A clown can get away with murder.” 

5. Charles Manson - “I’m nobody, I’m a tramp, a bum, a hobo, I’m a boxcar and a jug of wine and a straight razor… if you get too close to me”

6.  Ian Brady - “We do whatever we enjoy doing. Whether it happens to be judged good or evil is a matter for others to decide.”

7.  Albert Fish - “I like children, they are tasty.”

David Smith, despite being merely seventeen years old when he did so, singlehandedly put a stop to the Moors Murders. He is pictured above with his then-wife, Maureen Hindley

 His friend (if you could call him such a thing), Ian Brady, viciously and remorselessly killed teenager Edward Evans in front of Smith; hoping it would impress him enough to join him and his girlfriend Myra Hindley in their devilish ways, resulting in the creation of a sort of depraved murder cult. 

Instead, David went to the police the following morning and revealed all that he had witnessed. This lead to the arrests and eventual convictions and imprisonments of both Brady and Hindley, and yet David was shunned and attacked for many decades afterwards. People, including the mother of murdered Keith Bennett, believed David was more involved in the Moors Murders than he was letting on, and that he only informed police of what he had seen in order to save his own neck. 

David died in May 2012, at the age of 64.

Songs based on Serial Killers

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Ian Brady & Myra Hindley

Very Friendly by Throbbing Gristle Part I & II 

Richard Ramirez

Richard Ramirez Died Today of Natural Causes by Sun Kil Moon

Jeffrey Dahmer

Dahmer and the Limbs by Nicole Dollanganger

Jeffrey Dahmer by Soulfly

John Wayne Gacy

John Wayne Gacy Jr by Sufjan Stevens 


Mass Murderer(s)

Brenda Spencer

I don’t like Mondays by Boomtown Rats


[ & feel free to add, guys! ]

Serial killers and their pets

Although many people think that animal cruelty and serial murder would go hand in hand, this is not always the case. In fact, many of the most infamous names displayed no signs of zoosadism, although this is still an ever-present trait of those suffering with ASPD and other disorders commonly associated with criminals.

1) Ian Brady and Myra Hindley’s dog “Puppet”:

The child killers were known dog-lovers, and took their dog Puppet out on the Moors while revisiting gravesites to take pictures and/or actually killing their victims. When they were arrested, their dog was taken into police custody were she reportedly “died under anesthetic”. Hindley displayed her anger and disbelief at the cause of death in a letter to her mother: “I haven’t yet received the ‘report’ on the dog. They were quick enough to kill him, but are taking their time about giving me the report…I can’t dwell on this subject for very long, it hurts too much to even think about Puppet without crying.”

2) Jeffrey Dahmer’s childhood dog “Frisky”

Many people have heard stories of a young Dahmer impaling dog’s heads onto sticks to scare the neighbours, but he never actually killed any of them. Dahmer was fascinated with anatomy, and would trail roads for hours looking for road-kill, primarily finding cats, squirrels, and the occasional dog. He grew up with Frisky, a spaniel cross, and loved him dearly. Being a loner, Frisky served as his “only friend for a while” according to his father.

3) Dennis Nilsen’s dog “Bleep”

Similar to Dahmer, Dennis Nilsen was an extreme loner and Bleep was just about his only companion. Unfortunately, she was euthanised after his arrest as nobody wanted to own a serial killer’s pet.

4) Andrei Chikatilo’s pig

Not much is known about Chikatilo’s pig, but his choice of pet seems appropriate for someone dubbed ‘The Butcher of Rostov’ by the press…

Top 10 quotes from serial killers

1. Ted Bundy - “I just liked to kill, I wanted to kill.” / “You learn what you need to kill and take care of the details…Its like changing a tire…The 1st time you’re careful…By the 30th time, you can’t remember where you left the lug wrench.”

2. Richard Ramirez - “You maggots make me sick, I will be avenged. Lucifer dwells within us all.” / “We’ve all got the power in our hands to kill, but most people are afraid to use it. The ones who aren’t afraid, control life itself.”

3. Jeffrey Dahmer - “I’ve got to start eating at home more..” / “My consuming lust was to experience their bodies. I viewed them as objects, as strangers. It is hard for me to believe a human being could have done what I’ve done”

4. John Wayne Gacy - “A clown can get away with murder.”

5. Charles Manson - “I’m nobody, I’m a tramp, a bum, a hobo, I’m a boxcar and a jug of wine and a straight razor… if you get too close to me”

6.  Ian Brady - “We do whatever we enjoy doing. Whether it happens to be judged good or evil is a matter for others to decide.”

7.  Albert Fish - “I like children, they are tasty.”

When alive, Britain’s most abhorred woman, Myra Hindley, repeatedly denied that any of the volatile murders she and her boyfriend Ian Brady committed resulted in her feeling sexual gratification. Hindley did, however, admit that she and Brady “became further bonded by the blood of our victims” and that she performed her best, most satisfactory sexual acts in the short periods of time subsequent to the murders.

He didn’t need somebody else’s God. He was creating his own.
—  Criminal Psychologist Dr David Holmes speaking about Ian Brady

“Myra Hindley and I once loved each other. We were a unified force, not two conflicting enemies. The relationship was not based on the delusional concept of folie à deux, but on a conscious/subconscious emotional and psychological affinity. She regarded periodic homicide as rituals… marriage ceremonies theoretically binding us ever closer. As the records show, before we met my criminal activity had been primarily mercenary. Afterwards, a duality of motivation developed. Existential philosophy melded with the spirituality of death and became predominant.” - Ian Brady