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"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."

Posted on 29th Sep at 8:09 PM, with 140 notes

bundy-c0bain:

Milkwaukee police removed human body parts from Dahmer’s apartment in July 1991.

Posted on 29th Sep at 8:06 PM, with 1,016 notes
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jeffldahmer:

"So I go down and make the coffee mixture with Irish cream in it and the standard seven pills and drug him. Half hour later, he falls asleep and I strangle him there in bed. People can say it was family pressures or it was outside forces or it was mental disease, but the fact is I’m the one that did it, not just once, but time after time. Very self-destructive life." 

-Jeffrey Dahmer in his interview with dr. Kenneth Smail (x)

Posted on 17th Sep at 5:45 AM, with 70 notes
criminalprofiler:

One study of the motives of Necrophiliacs showed that:
68% were motivated by a desire for an unresisting and unrejecting partner;
21% by a want for reunion with a lost partner;
15% by sexual attraction to dead people;
15% by a desire for comfort or to overcome feelings of isolation; and
11% by a desire to remedy low self-esteem by expressing power over a corpse
(Roman and Resnick, 1989)

criminalprofiler:

One study of the motives of Necrophiliacs showed that:

  • 68% were motivated by a desire for an unresisting and unrejecting partner;
  • 21% by a want for reunion with a lost partner;
  • 15% by sexual attraction to dead people;
  • 15% by a desire for comfort or to overcome feelings of isolation; and
  • 11% by a desire to remedy low self-esteem by expressing power over a corpse

(Roman and Resnick, 1989)

Posted on 16th Sep at 9:19 AM, with 107 notes

criminalprofiler:

Victimology

An important aspect of investigating a violent crime is an understanding of the victim and the relation that their lifestyle or personality characteristics may have contributed to the offender choosing them as a victim.  Please do not misunderstand the previous statement.  In no way are victims being blamed for becoming a victim of a violent crime.  Even high risk victims (to be described shortly) have the right to live how they wish without becoming a victim of the type of offenses described on this site.  Yet the fact remains, that to understand the offender, one must first understand the victim.

Victims are classified during an investigation in three general categories that describe the level of risk their lifestyle represents in relation to the violent crime that has been committed.  The importance of understanding this in an investigation is directly related back to the level of risk to the offender during the commission of the crime.  This information is important to the investigation to better understand the sophistication or possible pathology of the offender.

High Risk Victims - Victims in this group have a lifestyle that makes them a higher risk for being a victim of a violent crime.  The most obvious high risk victim is the prostitute.  Prostitutes place themselves at risk every single time they go to work.  Prostitutes are high risk because they will get into a stranger’s car, go to secluded areas with strangers, and for the most part attempt to conceal their actions for legal reasons.  Offenders often rely on all these factors and specifically target prostitutes because it lowers their chances of becoming a suspect in the crime.  Therefore, in this example, the prostitute is a high risk victim creating a lower risk to the offender.

Moderate Risk Victims - Victims that fall into this category are lower risk victims, but for some reason were in a situation that placed them in a greater level of risk.  A person that is stranded on a dark, secluded highway due to a flat tire, that accepts a ride from a stranger and is then victimized would be a good example of this type of victim level risk. 

Low Risk Victims - The lifestyle of these individuals would normally not place them in any degree of risk for becoming a victim of a violent crime.  These individuals stay out of trouble, do not have peers that are criminal, are aware of their surroundings and attempt to take precautions to not become a victim.  They lock the doors, do not use drugs, and do not go into areas that are dark and secluded.

After all the information has been gathered, a timeline of events leading up to the crime should be created in order to better understand how this specific individual became a victim of a violent crime.

Posted on 13th Sep at 7:19 PM, with 239 notes
bundyspree:

A few days before Kimberly Leach had disappeared, Ted Bundy approached a fourteen-year-old girl in a white van, as she waited for her brother to pick her up. Bundy had claimed he was from the fire department and asked her if she attended the school nearby. She found it strange that an on-duty fireman was wearing plaid pants and a navy jacket. She began to feel uncomfortable. She had been warned on many occasions by her father, who was the Chief of Detectives for the Jacksonville Police Department, not to talk with strangers. She was relieved when her brother drove up. Suspicious of Bundy, her brother ordered her into the car, followed the man and wrote down his license plate to give it to his father.
Upon hearing of the stranger in the white van, Detective James Parmenter had the license plate checked out. He learned it belonged to a man named Randall Ragen, and he decided to pay him a visit. Ragen informed the detective that his plates had been stolen and he had already been issued new ones. The detective later found out that the van his children had seen was also stolen and he had an idea who it might have been. He decided to take his children to the police station to show them a stack of mug shots, Bundy’s picture being among them. He hadn’t realized how close he had been to losing his own daughter. Both of his children recognized the man in the van as Ted Bundy.
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bundyspree:

A few days before Kimberly Leach had disappeared, Ted Bundy approached a fourteen-year-old girl in a white van, as she waited for her brother to pick her up. Bundy had claimed he was from the fire department and asked her if she attended the school nearby. She found it strange that an on-duty fireman was wearing plaid pants and a navy jacket. She began to feel uncomfortable. She had been warned on many occasions by her father, who was the Chief of Detectives for the Jacksonville Police Department, not to talk with strangers. She was relieved when her brother drove up. Suspicious of Bundy, her brother ordered her into the car, followed the man and wrote down his license plate to give it to his father.

Upon hearing of the stranger in the white van, Detective James Parmenter had the license plate checked out. He learned it belonged to a man named Randall Ragen, and he decided to pay him a visit. Ragen informed the detective that his plates had been stolen and he had already been issued new ones. The detective later found out that the van his children had seen was also stolen and he had an idea who it might have been. He decided to take his children to the police station to show them a stack of mug shots, Bundy’s picture being among them. He hadn’t realized how close he had been to losing his own daughter. Both of his children recognized the man in the van as Ted Bundy.

Posted on 7th Sep at 7:00 PM, with 34,119 notes

nightmarishthings:

Witches

Witchcraft (also called witchery or spellcraft) is the use of magical faculties, most commonly for religious, divinatory or medicinal purposes.

The belief in and the practice of magic has been present since the earliest human cultures and continues to have an important religious and medicinal role in many cultures today.

"Magic is central not only in ‘primitive’ societies but in ‘high cultural’ societies as well…"  X

Tagged: #witches, #witchcraft,
Posted on 7th Sep at 6:58 PM, with 218 notes

kaynbreds-basement:

"Serial killers are lame. Everyone knows that mass murderers are the cool kids"
-Adam Lanza aka Smiggles

Posted on 7th Sep at 12:03 PM, with 148 notes

dichotomized:

There were 28 small children (pictured above) in the gymnasium of Dunblane Primary School when Thomas Hamilton walked in and opened fire at point-blank range. Using several automatic firearms, he sprayed and re-sprayed the room. In just 3 minutes 16 children were dead or dying along with their teacher, and 12 were wounded. Just one of the five and six year olds escaped the carnage physically unscathed. Then, without pausing, Hamilton shot himself. 

Posted on 7th Sep at 8:21 AM, with 375 notes
dichotomized:

Ted Bundy was not a popular man on death row. He made a good impression on some of the black inmates with his skill in the exercise yard - “We were amazed,” one remembered. “He’s a white guy who can actually play basketball!” - but mostly the other inmates resented his notoriety and, despite their own evil, abhorred his crimes. Doug McCray, one of the death row old-timers, recalled the night the news came over the television that Kimberly Leach’s body had been found. He go on the bars and said to Bob Sullivan, “Sully, man, the individual who would do something like that - he deserves the death penalty.” There was a lot of boasting around the prison, prisoners saying: “Let Bundy out with us. We’ll take care of him.” From the security of his cell, the most infamous serial killer in America sniffed, “I have nothing for those animals out there.”

dichotomized:

Ted Bundy was not a popular man on death row. He made a good impression on some of the black inmates with his skill in the exercise yard - “We were amazed,” one remembered. “He’s a white guy who can actually play basketball!” - but mostly the other inmates resented his notoriety and, despite their own evil, abhorred his crimes. Doug McCray, one of the death row old-timers, recalled the night the news came over the television that Kimberly Leach’s body had been found. He go on the bars and said to Bob Sullivan, “Sully, man, the individual who would do something like that - he deserves the death penalty.” There was a lot of boasting around the prison, prisoners saying: “Let Bundy out with us. We’ll take care of him.” From the security of his cell, the most infamous serial killer in America sniffed, “I have nothing for those animals out there.”

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