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the-hand-that-masturbates:

Being in prison has helped me understand a lot about human behavior, because in prison behavior is very elemental, and it’s very blatant. Very brutal. But it’s an analog to the more subtle, more sophisticated behavior on the streets. Nobody surprises me anymore. I believe I know why people act the way they do. I understand incentive. I understand the profit motive for the very first time, having been around drug dealers. I understand economics in a way I never understood it before. I understand violence – and I am not afraid. I am not afraid of a thing. And it’s a terribly secure thing. I am not afraid of death.

-Ted Bundy

the-hand-that-masturbates:

Being in prison has helped me understand a lot about human behavior, because in prison behavior is very elemental, and it’s very blatant. Very brutal. But it’s an analog to the more subtle, more sophisticated behavior on the streets. Nobody surprises me anymore. I believe I know why people act the way they do. I understand incentive. I understand the profit motive for the very first time, having been around drug dealers. I understand economics in a way I never understood it before. I understand violence – and I am not afraid. I am not afraid of a thing. And it’s a terribly secure thing. I am not afraid of death.

-Ted Bundy

the-hand-that-masturbates
lovelyloathsome:

Ten Depressing Jeffrey Dahmer Quotes:
“I think in some way I wanted it to end, even if it meant my own destruction.”
“I don’t think I’m capable of creating anything.  I think the only thing I’m capable of is destroying … I’m sick and tired of being destructive.  What worth is life if you can’t be helpful to someone?”
“This is the grand finale of a life poorly spent and the end result is just overwhelmingly depressing.  It’s just a sick, pathetic, wretched, miserable life story, that’s all it is.”
“I should have stayed with God.  I tried and I failed, and created a holocaust.”
“I doubt if there’s any good in me.”
“For what I did, I should be dead.” (to police officers arresting him)
“It’s just a nightmare, let’s put it that way.  It’s been a nightmare for a long time, even before I was caught … for years now, obviously my mind has been filled with gruesome, horrible thoughts and ideas … a nightmare.”
“That night in Ohio, that one impulsive night.  Nothing’s been normal since then.  It taints your whole life.  After it happened, I thought that I’d try to live as normally as possible and bury it, but things like that don’t stay buried.  I didn’t think it would, but it does, it taints your whole life.”
“It’s amazing to me that in 31 years, 31 short years, how I could create such hell for myself and everyone around me.  Because I did it.  It’s my doing, my little horrid creation.  You know, I mean, people can say, well, it was family pressures or it was mental disease, but the fact is that I’m the one that did it.  Very self-destructive life.”
“I don’t care if I live or die.  Go ahead and kill me.”  (to Christopher Scarver, the man who murdered him in prison)

lovelyloathsome:

Ten Depressing Jeffrey Dahmer Quotes:

  1. I think in some way I wanted it to end, even if it meant my own destruction.”
  2. I don’t think I’m capable of creating anything.  I think the only thing I’m capable of is destroying … I’m sick and tired of being destructive.  What worth is life if you can’t be helpful to someone?”
  3. This is the grand finale of a life poorly spent and the end result is just overwhelmingly depressing.  It’s just a sick, pathetic, wretched, miserable life story, that’s all it is.”
  4. I should have stayed with God.  I tried and I failed, and created a holocaust.”
  5. I doubt if there’s any good in me.”
  6. For what I did, I should be dead.” (to police officers arresting him)
  7. It’s just a nightmare, let’s put it that way.  It’s been a nightmare for a long time, even before I was caught … for years now, obviously my mind has been filled with gruesome, horrible thoughts and ideas … a nightmare.”
  8. That night in Ohio, that one impulsive night.  Nothing’s been normal since then.  It taints your whole life.  After it happened, I thought that I’d try to live as normally as possible and bury it, but things like that don’t stay buried.  I didn’t think it would, but it does, it taints your whole life.”
  9. “It’s amazing to me that in 31 years, 31 short years, how I could create such hell for myself and everyone around me.  Because I did it.  It’s my doing, my little horrid creation.  You know, I mean, people can say, well, it was family pressures or it was mental disease, but the fact is that I’m the one that did it.  Very self-destructive life.”
  10. “I don’t care if I live or die.  Go ahead and kill me.”  (to Christopher Scarver, the man who murdered him in prison)
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hypoxized:

JEFFERY DAHMER
A Victim Almost Escapes.
Konerak was only 14 and he was running for his life. This was his only chance to escape from the horrible-smelling apartment where the creepy blond guy had slipped him some kind of powerful drug. It seemed that luck was with him that he started to come around just as the blond man had left the apartment.
It took all the strength he had to get up and get to the door. He was so disoriented and panicked that it made no difference that he was naked. This was his only chance to survive. He was working strictly on instinct. Just get out of there and run away.


Konerak, victim

It was just before 2 A.M. and Sandra Smith called 911 to report the boy running around “butt naked.” She didn’t know who he was, but she knew he was injured and terrified.
The paramedics got there first and put a blanket around the naked, dazed boy. Two police officers arrived soon after and tried to understand what was going on with this young man of Asian descent.
Sandra Smith, 18, and her cousin Nicole Childress, also 18, were standing near the boy when the Milwaukee city police arrived. The tall blond man was also standing near the boy. The conversation became heated between the girls, the blond man and the police.
The tall blond man told the police the Konerak was his 19-year-old lover who had been drinking too much. Konerak, who was drugged and incoherent, wasn’t able to contradict the smooth-talking blond man. Dahmer gave the police a picture ID.
The two young women tried to intervene. They had seen the terrified boy trying to resist the blond man before the police arrived. They were angry and upset. The police were ignoring them and listening to the white man instead.
Just to be on the safe side, the two officers went with the boy and the tall blond man to his apartment. The apartment smelled bad, but it was very neat. Konerak’s clothing was folded and placed on the sofa. There were a couple of photographs of Konerak in black bikini briefs.
Konerak sat quietly on the sofa unable to talk intelligently. It’s not even clear that he understood the calm explanation the blond man was giving the police. The blond man was apologizing that his lover had caused a disturbance and promised it wouldn’t happen again.
The police believed the blond man. They had no reason not to — he was well-spoken, intelligent and very calm. The Asian was apparently drunk and incoherent. The officers, not wanting to get in the middle of a domestic argument between homosexual lovers, left the apartment with Konerak still sitting quietly on the sofa. In that neighborhood, the officers felt that there were more pressing things for them to do.

hypoxized:

JEFFERY DAHMER

A Victim Almost Escapes.

Konerak was only 14 and he was running for his life. This was his only chance to escape from the horrible-smelling apartment where the creepy blond guy had slipped him some kind of powerful drug. It seemed that luck was with him that he started to come around just as the blond man had left the apartment.

It took all the strength he had to get up and get to the door. He was so disoriented and panicked that it made no difference that he was naked. This was his only chance to survive. He was working strictly on instinct. Just get out of there and run away.

Konerak, victim
Konerak, victim

It was just before 2 A.M. and Sandra Smith called 911 to report the boy running around “butt naked.” She didn’t know who he was, but she knew he was injured and terrified.

The paramedics got there first and put a blanket around the naked, dazed boy. Two police officers arrived soon after and tried to understand what was going on with this young man of Asian descent.

Sandra Smith, 18, and her cousin Nicole Childress, also 18, were standing near the boy when the Milwaukee city police arrived. The tall blond man was also standing near the boy. The conversation became heated between the girls, the blond man and the police.

The tall blond man told the police the Konerak was his 19-year-old lover who had been drinking too much. Konerak, who was drugged and incoherent, wasn’t able to contradict the smooth-talking blond man. Dahmer gave the police a picture ID.

The two young women tried to intervene. They had seen the terrified boy trying to resist the blond man before the police arrived. They were angry and upset. The police were ignoring them and listening to the white man instead.

Just to be on the safe side, the two officers went with the boy and the tall blond man to his apartment. The apartment smelled bad, but it was very neat. Konerak’s clothing was folded and placed on the sofa. There were a couple of photographs of Konerak in black bikini briefs.

Konerak sat quietly on the sofa unable to talk intelligently. It’s not even clear that he understood the calm explanation the blond man was giving the police. The blond man was apologizing that his lover had caused a disturbance and promised it wouldn’t happen again.

The police believed the blond man. They had no reason not to — he was well-spoken, intelligent and very calm. The Asian was apparently drunk and incoherent. The officers, not wanting to get in the middle of a domestic argument between homosexual lovers, left the apartment with Konerak still sitting quietly on the sofa. In that neighborhood, the officers felt that there were more pressing things for them to do.

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hypoxized:

IAN BRADY AND MYRA HINDLEY

5 Victims - Greater Manchester Area

These Photo’s of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were disguised as holiday photo’s - when in reality, these were the sites that they had buried a child they killed.

The Moors murders were carried out by Ian Brady and Myra Hindley between July 1963 and October 1965 around what is now Greater Manchester, England. The victims were five children aged between 10 and 17 - at least four of whom were sexually assaulted. The murders are so named because two of the victims were discovered in graves dug on Saddleworth Moor. A third grave was discovered on the moor in 1987, more than 20 years after Brady and Hindley’s trial in 1966. The body of a fourth victim, Keith Bennett, is also suspected to be buried there, but despite repeated searches it remains undiscovered.