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Last words of infamous criminals

Jeffrey Dahmer- “I don’t care if I live or die. Go ahead and kill me.”

Carl Panzram- "Hurry it up, you Hoosier bastard! I could hang a dozen men while you’re screwing around!”

Timothy McVeigh- "I am the master of my fate. I am the captain of my soul.”

Ted Bundy- "I’d like you to give my love to my family and friends.”

John Wayne Gacy- "Kiss my ass.”

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

H.H. Holmes- “Take your time. Don’t bungle it.”

Albert Fish- “I don’t even know why I’m here.”

Donald Gaskins- “I’ll let my lawyers talk for me. I’m ready to go.”

Andrei Chikatilo- “Don’t blow my brains out! The Japanese want to buy them!”

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         Killers having less than favorable things to say about other killers.

Danny Rolling on Gerard Schaefer: “This guy has got real problems, doesn’t he? Schaefer is a little too full of himself and we can easily figure out the content of substance he is filled with. It smells like something pooling in a sewage treatment plant. He is just a spooky little punk who gets his kicks out of intimidating people. He’s a bluffer. He wants anyone who has the displeasure of entertaining him to believe he holds a full house, but if you call his bluff, you’ll find he only has a pair of deuces – two pitiful excuses for being barely human.

John Wayne Gacy on Jeffrey Dahmer: “If Jeffrey Dahmer doesn’t meet the legal test of insanity, God help the one that does meet it. I mean, it – it has to really be something. If Jeffrey Dahmer doesn’t meet it, then nobody does.”

Charles Manson on Ted Bundy: “Bundy’s a rumpkin, Bundy’s a poop butt, Bundy’s his momma’s boy. Bundy’s out there trying to prove something to his own manhood. That’s got nothing to do with me. I don’t roll around with poop people like that. I stand with people that can stand with themselves.”

Edmund Kemper on Herbert Mullin: “He had a habit of singing and bothering people when somebody tried to watch TV. So I threw water on him to shut him up. Then, when he was a good boy, I’d give him some peanuts. Herbie liked peanuts. That was effective, because pretty soon he asked permission to sing. That’s called behavior modification treatment.”

True Crime Asks

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1. Who’s my favourite serial killer. Why?

2. Who’s my least favourite serial killer. Why?

3. Who’s my favourite mass murderer. Why?

4. Who’s my least favourite mass murderer. Why?

5. What’s my favourite case that doesn’t involve a serial killer/mass murderer. Why?

6. What’s my favourite unsolved case and why.

7. How I got into true crime.

8. What I prefer: serial killers or mass murderers. Why?

9. Who I prefer: Ted Bundy or Jeffrey Dahmer. Why?

10. Who I prefer: Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold. Why?

11. What’s my favourite true crime book. Why?

12. How many victims of my favourite murderer I can name.

13. What weapon I would use to kill someone. Why?

14. Do I support Death Penalty. Why?

15. Would I prefer to be executed or spend the rest of my life in prison. Why?

16. Execution methods- from favourite to least favourite.

17. Favourite true crime TV shows.

18. Favourite true crime movie.

19. Do I own any true crime merch.

20. Favourite true crime blogs!

Voices of serial killers
Voices of serial killers

Voices of various serial killers. 

Ordered by date of apprehension: Edmund Kemper (about watching TV and learning how not to get caught, through crime shows) - Ted Bundy (about remorse) - David Berkowitz (about finding religion) - John Wayne Gacy (demonstrating a rope trick he used on his victims and explaining it) - Richard Ramirez (about his thoughts on serial killers in general) - Aileen Wuornos (getting angry about the way she was treated by others) - Jeffrey Dahmer (about his motive) - Dennis Rader aka. BTK Killer (about dreaming about and planning the killing)