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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.”

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Bungou Stray Dogs Characters and Their Real Prototypes The Guild:

1. Nathaniel Hawthorne — one of the first and the most universally recognized masters of American literature. He made a great contribution to the genre of novel and introduced elements of allegory and symbolism into the literature. Was in the spiritual Brook Farm commune. Was fond of the theory of transcendentalism. His famous work is ‘The Scarlet Letter’ (Scarlet Letter)

2. Margaret Mitchell — an American writer, author of ‘Gone With the Wind’ (Gone With the Wind)

3. Lucy Montgomery — Canadian writer, known for her serial of books about redhead orphan girl Anne Shirley. Her famous works are ‘Anne of Green Gables’, ‘Anne of Avonlea’, ‘The Story Girl’ (Anne of Abyssal Red)

4. John Steinbeck — an American prose writer, author of many world famous works and short stories: 'The Grapes of Wrath’, 'Eden of the East’ (Grapes of Wrath)

5. Francis Scott Fitzgerald — an American writer, the largest representative of the so-called 'lost generation’. He’s known for number of novels and stories about the 'jazz era’ of 1920s and, of course, for his work 'The Great Gatsby’ (The Great Fitzgerald)

6. Howard Lovecraft — an American writer and journalist working in the genres of mysticism, horror and fantasy, combining them in his own style. Ancestor of Myths of Cthulhu. Known for his works ’The Call of Cthulhu’, 'Dagon’, 'The Silver Key’ (The Call of Cthulhu)

7. Mark Twain an American writer, journalist and public figure. His work covers many genres - humor, satire, philosophical fiction, publicism and others. As an author, he took the position of the humanist and democrat. His famous works are 'The Adventures of Tom Swayer’ and 'The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn’ (Huckleberry Finn and Tom Swayer)

8. Louisa May Alcott — an American writer who became famous for her novel 'Little Women’ which was based on her memories about her growing up time with three sisters (The Story of Little Women) 9. Herman Melville — an American writer and seaman, the author of 'Moby Dick, or the Whale’. Wrote not just prose but also poems (Moby Dick) 10. Edgar Allan Poe — an American writer, poet, essayist, literature critic and editor, the representative of American romantism. The creater of modern detective style and genre of psychological prose. He became famous for his novel 'Murders on Morgue St.’ (A Cat on Morgue St.) By Akaigami via Tumblr
A Guide to Follow All True Crime Upcoming Projects on TV

(Updated on July 31, 2017)

Manhunt: Unabomber

Format: Scripted limited series.

Summary: This show focuses on the use of a new way of profiling that the FBI used to catch the Unabomber Ted Kaczynski, who is played by Paul Bettany. Sam Worthington plays FBI agent Jim Fitzgerald and Jane Lynch plays Attorney General Janet Reno. See the trailer here.

Premieres: August 1 2017, in Discovery Channel.

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Contrary to what I think is popular opinion, men currently have and have for many years had available to them the option to feel anything they want, and in fact their feelings are often regarded as reason itself. If a man wants to say he is sad, he can not only say this but he can turn it into a selling point against which to buy social capital, as we know from the Sad Boy phenomenon of men like Drake. If men want to express anger, if they want to express even violent urges to commit violence against women, they are free to do so, as we know from the popularity of VAW-implicating lyrics in genres from pop punk (all of Fall Out Boy’s early work is about wishing women would die or drown or burn) to rap (Eminem has a very famous song about murdering the mother of his child and burying her body). If men are emotionally troubled, no matter what inexcusable methods they may use to work through this, they are allowed to portray this however they like, and often not only use this as proof of their goodness and softness as human beings but use it as a reason they should have access to women anytime they like (see friendzone nonsense). A man with feelings is a tortured genius, no matter how many people he abuses, no matter how cruel he is at his core. A woman with feelings is hysterical, a bitch, mean, a cunt, monstrous in essence. That’s important.

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“It is the brain, the little grey cells on which one must rely. One must seek the truth within – not without.” - Hercule Poirot

Klance Kidnapping au based on a novel

Perfect by Judith Mcnaught.

•Keith is a famous movie star and script writer framed for a crime he didnt commit and sentenced to jail for 30 years.

•5 years later, during winter, he sneaks out with the help of his loyal also famous friend, Shiro, from the outside (who believes he’s innocent) because the warden (Sendak) and the whole detention center is shit and wholly unfair.

•But his get-away car is towed away before he could reach it.

•Luckily, Lance with a beloved family, perfect life, friendly attitude gets a flat tire on his way to a job fair, and stumbles upon Keith who helps him fix his tire.

•Lance, ever friendly thanks this slightly familiar stranger by giving him a ride. Keith was only meant to be dropped off far enough the police wouldnt catch him.

•But the radio goes into breaking news of Keith Kogane’s escape and thats where Lance realizes he has the famous murderer in his car and tries to get away.

•Before he could escape Keith already takes out a gun he snatched from the police and begs Lance not to move or he’ll shoot.

•That in it self stuns Lance a moment. because who the heck BEGS someone at gun point if he really wanted to kill but doesnt move nonetheless for fear of his safety.

•Keith takes over the driving but stops over at a mcdonals driveway by nightfall for Lance to order food and they eat in the car.

•After this point Lance gets out of the car to escape in the snow but is caught by Keith. They struggle in the snow when someone far away screams “whats going on” and walks over to investigate.

•Lance knows Keith still has the gun and is afraid he might use it until Keith begs and pleas again to explain they were only playing because he doesnt want to use the gun.

•Torn and dismayed, Lance plays along to reassure the person and ends up getting back in the car. They drive all they way up to the colorado mountains to stay hidden at Shiro’s lavish retreat.

•Its two days of two escape attempts the second one where Keith almost froze himself to death swimming in the water cos he thought Lance drowned in the freezing river while trying to escape.

•But Lance staged the whole thing to get away. Hidden while watching this supposed murderer going through swimming in the ice cold river just to save him was baffling.

•The moment Keith surfaced and layed down on the snow covered ground to die of hypothermia, crying and shivering cos of guilt spurred Lance into carrying him back to the house and desperate to take care of him.

•Its a week of truce. Of getting to know each other. Finding out Keith was framed. Asking Keith about the incident. How suicidal Keith was. Teaching Keith how to cook. Teaching him how to wash clothes, how to build a snowman, what shows were good on TV. How Keith was gentle, and kind and considerate with witty banter to boot.

•Lance almost forgot he had a crush on this actor 5 years ago… Now it wasn’t just a crush. He was falling in love.

part 2 will be up tomorrow or sumthin.

Famous Serial Killers and Their Favorite Music

Richard Ramirez

Ramirez was a fan of the rock band AC/DC and even left a baseball cap with the band’s logo on it at the scene of one of his murders.

Jeffery Dahmer

Those who knew Dahmer personally reported that one of his favorite bands was Black Sabbath. Because Dahmer’s crimes are so notorious many metal bands have written songs based on him and the horrific acts he committed.

John Wayne Gacy (The Killer Clown)

The man who made Americans terrified of clowns once answered a survey in which he listed REO Speedwagon as his favorite band.

Charles Manson

Though it has never been proven that Manson committed ANY murders by his own hand, he did lead a cult that carried out multiple murders under his instruction. Manson was a musician himself and despite never achieving fame for his music, he succeeded in associating himself with some of the most famous musicians of the time. The Beach Boys were personal friends of Manson to the point that he lived with Dennis Wilson for a short while. He also hung around with folk-rock band The Mamas and The Papas and Neil Young.

Charles Manson loved The Beatles and even used lyrics from their songs to fuel his delusions and control his followers.

David Berkowitz

The “Son of Sam” was a self-proclaimed folk rock lover and one of his favorite artists was Peter, Paul, and Mary.

Aileen Wuornos

Wuornos’ favorite artist was Natalie Merchant and she even arranged to have the song “Carnival” played at her funeral.

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*~ AILEEN WUORNOS’ LAST WORDS ~*

Aileen Wuornos confessed to killing six men in northern and central Florida between December 1989 and September 1990. Wuornos claimed the men had picked her up while she was working as a prostitute, but that each had tried to sexually assault her. Wuornos said that she’d shot the men in self defense. The media frenzy surrounding Wuornos’ case earned her the popular title of “America’s first female serial killer.” Just before her lethal injection on Oct. 9, 2002, Wuornos referenced the movie Independence Day in her final, creepy last words:

“I’d just like to say I’m sailing with the rock, and I’ll be back like Independence Day with Jesus June 6. Like the movie, big mother ship and all. I’ll be back.”

My true crime brain couldn’t help but think of this famous female serial killer when I saw what the storm that is hitting the UK is called.
This got me thinking so I decided to share her last words before lethal injection in 2002.