Friday The 13th

Sam has created a chatroom.

Sam has invited Y/N, Bruce, Thor, Steve, Bucky, Natasha, T’Challa, Loki.

Sam: Who came up with the horrible idea to make us stay at the most isolated and creepy camp ever?

Loki: I bet it was Stark, he is known to be quite theatrical.

T’Challa: No, it must have been Clint. He loves this kind of stuff.

Natasha: That’s true but it was not Clint.

Bucky: It was Tony who ushered us here, so him.

Loki: Only someone truly evil would come up with this.

Bruce: It was my idea.

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OC Ask Meme - 100 Followers Special

1) Name something they were really afraid of as a kid

2) With which fictional serial killer/psychopath figure could they relate?

3) Languages they’d like to learn/be able to speak?

4) Hidden talents not even themself know about?

5) What would they name their kids?

6) If they do, how often do they masturbate on average?

7) Celebrity crushs?

8) Do they go with the hype or are they always looking for more underground things to like (ex music, movies etc)

9) Any allergies?

10) Yaoi or Yuri?

11) Any fandoms they’re into?

12) Hogwarts house they would fit in?

13) Game Of Thrones house they would fit in?

14) Optimistic or pessimistic?

15) What kind of drugs do they consume regularly? (ex alcohol, cigarettes etc)

16) Do they play any video games?

17) Do they feel comfortable looking other people in the face/in the eyes?

18) Netflix or illegal streaming for free?

19) An emoji/text face they often use

20) A phrase/word/expression they often say without realizing

21) How do they feel about violence against animals?

22) Alcoholic drinks they easily get drunk from?

23) If they had to kill a person, how would they rather do it? (ex stab with a knife, shoot,..)

24) Smells that trigger them/they associate with bad memories/people?

25) How was their first kiss?

26) Oppinion on Manga and Anime?

27) If they could change one thing about their body, what would it be and why?

28) Would they ever agree to go on a blind date?

29) Do they believe in things like magic and supernatural things?

30) If they could have a mythical creature as a pet, what would they choose?

31) Have they ever had a near death experience or did they ever actually die?

32) How do they like to wear their hair?

33) How do they integriat in a group project? What role do they automatically take?

34) Are they afraid of fire or water?

35) Ever watched porn? Did they enjoy it?

34) Songs that relate to their personality and life experiences

35) Do they get stage anxiety or are they comfortable with performing?

36) What do they look for in a good book/movie?

37) What do they look for in a partner?

38) Do they believe in the existence of aliens? How do they feel about this topic?

39) Do they like talking about things like the meaning of life, the universe, god, the end of the world etc?

40) Any specific foods they absolutely hate for some reason and would never eat?

41) Their favorite pizza topping?

42) What zodiac sign are they and can their personality relate to the traits of said signs?

43) What do their dreams look like? Do they have nightmares often? How do they feel?

44) Have they got a green thumb or are they terribly bad at keeping plants alive?

45) If they were given a death note, how would they use it or would they even want to use it?

46) Do they wear socks in bed?

47) Do they wear anything at all in bed or do they sleep naked/in underwear?

48) Would they stand up for their rights/the rights of others and fight discrimination?

49) If they ever attended school, what was their favorite subject and were they good at it?

50) A random fun fact about your character!


Dexter Copycat Killer
Mark Twitchell 

On the 10th of October 2009 in Canada, John Altinger was about to meet a woman he had met on dating site, Plenty Of Fish. However he was about to meet Mark Twitchell. Upon arrival Altinger was knocked out, stabbed to death then dismembered . Graphically he was decapitated and enjoyed using his head a puppet. 

Twitchell was a budding filmmaker and described himself like fictional serial killer Dexter Morgan. On Twitchell’s laptop, authorities found a document labelled “SKConfessions”, SK stood for serial killer. One entry was “I grabbed his jaw with my gloved hand and moved it while making a funny voice to make it look like it was talking, and chuckled to myself at the total silliness of it all”. The story was deemed to graphic for it to be fully shown to the jury. 

The story also described his first failed attempt at murder. This was true and the man was called Gilles Tetreault who had also been lured from the dating site. However he fought back when he got to Twitchell’s garage and managed to escape. 

In 2011, Mark Twitchell was sentenced to 25 years. 

anonymous asked:

wait, so Sangwoo didn't actually fuck Bum??

Okay here’s the thing. I feel like in the beginning he was fucking Bum bc you can see in some panels he had both hands on Bum or one hand on him and the other hand away so how the hell can he hold a dildo???

I think @fictional-serial-killer made a post about it while I was going through the tag but I can’t find it anymore :(

anonymous asked:

Where do you advise researching criminals? (I know that sounds bad). Some of my characters are criminals and others are 'white-collar' criminals. But all I know about crime comes from movies, so...

That doesn’t sound bad at all! There are a plethora of stories that involve crime and criminals, and researching is far better than making it up as you go!

This is where doing a lot of non fiction reading is going to help you out. There are a lot of what’s called ‘true crime’ books around, it’s a very popular non fiction genre. There are going to be books of varying quality, ones that are better or worse in terms of the research that has gone into them, and so it’s always a good idea to read multiple accounts of any given crime or criminal, so that you have a well-rounded knowledge about it.

Now the kind of criminal that you want to research is going to make a difference, obviously. Non fiction about serial killers is really easy to find, and the more infamous the case, the more books there will be. As well, you’ll want to think about whether you want to read about the criminal, or if you want to read about how they were caught – or, for a more thorough understanding, both!

Many former investigators go on to write or co-write books about the crimes they helped to solve. Notably in the reading I’ve done, John Douglas was involved in the early days of the FBI’s Behavioural Analysis Unit. His work has influenced several major works of fiction, most notably the Hannibal Lecter series (Thomas Harris spent a lot of time at the FBI headquarters getting an understanding of how they worked), and the tv series Criminal Minds which draws a lot of it’s weekly cases from real FBI files.

There are also a lot of true crime documentary style tv shows, which recap cases. Often they’ll run along themes like murders between family members, stalking cases, or they’ll be more generically about serial crimes, etc. Many of these are cheaply made and may be light on the facts in order to fit into a half hour time slot, but they can give you a good cliffs notes version of a crime.

Something to remember while researching, and not just on this topic, but on any topic, is that every text is going to be flawed. Every different account of a crime is going to miss some detail. By reading multiple accounts from multiple sources with multiple viewpoints, you can build a more holistic understanding of what happened.

As for a starting point, if you have a particular historical crime in mind as inspiration, you could begin by reading the wikipedia page about that event and checking their reference list for texts to read. You could find the names of the main people involved in the crime and look for things that have been written about them and their involvement.

If you don’t have a particular crime in mind, but just have an idea of a type of crime that you’d like to have in your story, you should start researching different incidents of that crime being committed. Use some as case studies to see if you can work out the background and mindset of the criminal, the events of the crime, and the way that it was investigated and/or solved.

As well as books, you might look at news articles, court notes when they’re available, academic texts, etc. Try to build a base of knowledge about the crime you want to write about, and investigate the particulars of instances where that crime has been committed.

Fictional crimes in movies, novels, on tv, etc, even when based on real crimes, aren’t very good for research purposes. They’re telling a story, not providing facts, and even when a fictional text sticks very close to real life events, there’s always the imposition of the narrative over whatever ‘real life’ elements have been utilised. Read fictionalised crime stories for inspiration in style and in handling difficult topics, read non fiction crime in order to get a better understanding of the crimes and the criminals and the investigators.

I hope that helps!

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yoonbumhat  asked:

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Aw, thank you so much, you have no idea how much I appreciate such sweet and kind messages !

I’m tagging people’s instead :

@yoonbumhat @yoonbums-striped-shirt @yoonicidal @fictional-serial-killer @killngstalkng @sangwoopsies @getmetherapyplease @anti-anti-survivor @skip-supports-ships @ladyphancyhive @selcric  and anyone who else that see’s this, whether you follow me or not–

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well, this isn’t going to get any more done, so here’s a translation of the DR3 Cast Interview from Otomedia’s winter 2016 issue. thank you so much to @yukiz0me​ for providing scans!

the interview features Minami Takayama (Hajime Hinata), Mai Nakahara (Chisa Yukizome), and Kana Hanazawa (Chiaki Nanami) talking about their roles and DR3′s production. highlights:

  • a personal look into the hell of DR3′s tight production schedule and sadistic staff;
  • kamukura’s portrayal was modeled off of a fictional serial killer;
  • yukizome/hagakure confirmed?? (jk)

any text [in square brackets] is my own note. I apologize for any mishaps in wording…

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anonymous asked:

What does Bates Motel have to do with Vitayuu? I'm unfamiliar with that show.

The show is about Norman Bates, a fictional serial killer from the novel Psycho. It follows his childhood, where he has an incestuous relationship with his mother.

Hot Actors in Scary Roles

Meet the dreamboat stars who’ve played straight from the history book serial killers, fictional savages and every petrifying thing in-between


The former teen heartthrob is following up a slew of comedic roles with a very sinister turn. He’ll portray real life serial killer Ted Bundy in the the upcoming film Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile. The film will chronicle Bundy, who killed 30 women between 1973 and 1978, through the eyes of his longtime girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer.

Source: People

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Dornan has induced shivers as the show’s Irish serial killer, Paul Spector, since 2013. In 2015, he even admited to stalking a woman in preparation for the role.

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The Avengers star had a decidely less heroic role in 2002’s Dahmer. The film’s real world subject, Jeffrey Dahmer, killed and dismembered 17 young men before his 1994 prison death. Dahmer’s story will be on the big screen once again this fall in My Friend Dahmer.

Source: People


DiCaprio is reuniting with frequent collaborator Martin Scorsese in an upcoming adaptation of Erik Larson’s nonfiction bestseller The Devil in the White City. The book follows killer H.H. Holmes, who confessed to murdering at least 27 people before his 1896 execution and was suspected of slaying many more. Before the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago, Holmes constructed a hotel that was later nicknamed the “Murder Castle,” thanks to the hidden passageways, gas chambers and crematorium where he did his evil deeds.

Source: People


AHS veteran Peters played sadistic hotel-builder James Patrick March in the show’s third season. The sinister character was inspired by H.H. Holmes.

Source: People


Gyllenhaal went full creep in 2014’s Nightcrawler. His character Louis Bloom is a socipathic con man who becomes obsessed with the violent world of crime journalism.

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The former child star portrayed Norman Bates, the iconic killer from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho, for five seasons.

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McAvoy portrayed a man with 23 different personalities in the 2016 psychological thriller. At least one of these personalities decides to kidnap three young teenage girls and hold them hostage in an underground facility.

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Hall played Miami’s premiere blood splatter analyst/ serial killer, Dexter Morgan, from 2006 to 2013. The fact that Morgan only took out his bloodlust on fellow killers made him only slightly less horrifying.

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Damon commits murder and steals an identity as the 1999 film’s con man Tom Ripley.

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Ulrich’s teenage character ends up being one of the monsters behind the Ghostface mask in the 1996 meta slasher flick.

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Murphy’s Jackson Rippner (get it?) ensures Rachel McAdams’ character Lisa has the worst flight ever in the 2005 film. While seated next to her on the plane, Jackson reveals that he’s taking Lisa’s father hostage and will kill him unless she helps him assasinate a politician.

Source: People


Mikkelsen played fictional killer cannibal Hannibal Lecter (of Silence of the Lambs fame) for three seasons.

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In season 2 of the hit show, Quinto’s Dr. Oliver Thredson turns out to be psychotic killer Bloody Face. The villian’s hobbies include skinning his victims and wearing the resulting material as a mask.

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Bale’s psychopathic yuppie Patrick Bateman terrorizes New York in the 2000 film based on Bret Easton Ellis’ novel.

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anonymous asked:

Thinking about those mafia/serial killer AUs people make kill me ( no pun intended aha )

Okay not to be a total weirdo but I love reading about serial killers and I love murder books so like? Harry as a serial killer (fictionally)? Sign me tf up. (ONLY FICTIONALLY)