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eeriie:

The picture Tyler Hadley had his best friend take right after telling him that he killed his parents to have a party. Tyler’s parents were dead in their bedroom while the party was going on.

During the party Tyler confessed of the murders to his best friend, he told his friend if he looked hard enough he could see signs. His friend then looked around the kitchen and living room, and saw signs of blood and such. He then went and looked in the bedroom and is the only one at the party who saw the bodies other than Tyler. 

Tyler was planning to kill himself after the party.

When asked if his parents tried to stop him, he said, “No, that’s how I knew that they really loved me.”

The 911 calls released in Tyler Hadley’s case. [x]

cheapasasausage:

“She was afraid of me but, at the same time, she too was afraid to go through the dark forest. So passed 5 or 10 minutes. I left her with the bag, which had a hammer. She reached into it, probably saw the hammer and pulled away abruptly. I walked over and we still sat and then I quietly took out the hammer, stood up and repeatedly struck her on the head. Wheeze, brains, blood … as always.”
- Pichushkin on the murder of Marina Moskalyova, June 13/14, 2006
cheapasasausage:

“She was afraid of me but, at the same time, she too was afraid to go through the dark forest. So passed 5 or 10 minutes. I left her with the bag, which had a hammer. She reached into it, probably saw the hammer and pulled away abruptly. I walked over and we still sat and then I quietly took out the hammer, stood up and repeatedly struck her on the head. Wheeze, brains, blood … as always.”
- Pichushkin on the murder of Marina Moskalyova, June 13/14, 2006
cheapasasausage:

“She was afraid of me but, at the same time, she too was afraid to go through the dark forest. So passed 5 or 10 minutes. I left her with the bag, which had a hammer. She reached into it, probably saw the hammer and pulled away abruptly. I walked over and we still sat and then I quietly took out the hammer, stood up and repeatedly struck her on the head. Wheeze, brains, blood … as always.”
- Pichushkin on the murder of Marina Moskalyova, June 13/14, 2006
cheapasasausage:

“She was afraid of me but, at the same time, she too was afraid to go through the dark forest. So passed 5 or 10 minutes. I left her with the bag, which had a hammer. She reached into it, probably saw the hammer and pulled away abruptly. I walked over and we still sat and then I quietly took out the hammer, stood up and repeatedly struck her on the head. Wheeze, brains, blood … as always.”
- Pichushkin on the murder of Marina Moskalyova, June 13/14, 2006

cheapasasausage:

“She was afraid of me but, at the same time, she too was afraid to go through the dark forest. So passed 5 or 10 minutes. I left her with the bag, which had a hammer. She reached into it, probably saw the hammer and pulled away abruptly. I walked over and we still sat and then I quietly took out the hammer, stood up and repeatedly struck her on the head. Wheeze, brains, blood … as always.”

- Pichushkin on the murder of Marina Moskalyova, June 13/14, 2006

crimesandkillers:

"You might ask yourselves, why did I do this and what do I want. Well, most of you are too arrogant and closed-minded to understand… You will probably say that I am “insane”, “crazy”, “psychopath”, “criminal” or crap like that. No, the truth is that I am just an animal, a human, an individual, a dissident. I have had enough. I don’t want to be part of this fucked up society."

- Pekka-Eric Auvinen

dichotomized:

British serial killer Graham Young, aged 14, when he first stood trial for poisoning his stepmother. He served a nine year prison sentence for the murder. After his release he was jailed for life in the early 1970’s for murder, having poisoned to death 2 other people and having administered non lethal doses to another 69 more victims.

dichotomized:

In 1867, an 8-year-old girl named Fanny Adams was found by horrified villagers in the following pieces:

Her bloody head, stuck on a hop-pole with the eyes gouged out and one hear tore off.
Her chest, severed at the diaphragm, with the heart scooped out.
Her arms, deposited separately, with two copper pence pieces clutched in one hand.
One foot, dropped in a field of clover.
Her eyes, recovered from the nearby River Wey.
Her heart, lying on it’s own.

It is assumed the river had taken all other remains. The man responsible was solicitor’s clerk Frederick Baker. He used his tea-break on a Saturday in August to walk through the meadows near the hop-field, and finding Fanny Adams playing with two friends. He gave the two girls half pence to run races for him; then sent the other two home while he took Fanny to the hop-field. He then battered the child with a large stone, and then cut her apart with his pen-knife. After which he went and had some beer and returned to his office where he wrote in his diary: “Killed a young girl. It was fine and hot,” He was unable to explain bloodstains on his cuffs. He was hanged at Winchester.
dichotomized:

In 1867, an 8-year-old girl named Fanny Adams was found by horrified villagers in the following pieces:

Her bloody head, stuck on a hop-pole with the eyes gouged out and one hear tore off.
Her chest, severed at the diaphragm, with the heart scooped out.
Her arms, deposited separately, with two copper pence pieces clutched in one hand.
One foot, dropped in a field of clover.
Her eyes, recovered from the nearby River Wey.
Her heart, lying on it’s own.

It is assumed the river had taken all other remains. The man responsible was solicitor’s clerk Frederick Baker. He used his tea-break on a Saturday in August to walk through the meadows near the hop-field, and finding Fanny Adams playing with two friends. He gave the two girls half pence to run races for him; then sent the other two home while he took Fanny to the hop-field. He then battered the child with a large stone, and then cut her apart with his pen-knife. After which he went and had some beer and returned to his office where he wrote in his diary: “Killed a young girl. It was fine and hot,” He was unable to explain bloodstains on his cuffs. He was hanged at Winchester.

dichotomized:

In 1867, an 8-year-old girl named Fanny Adams was found by horrified villagers in the following pieces:

Her bloody head, stuck on a hop-pole with the eyes gouged out and one hear tore off.

Her chest, severed at the diaphragm, with the heart scooped out.

Her arms, deposited separately, with two copper pence pieces clutched in one hand.

One foot, dropped in a field of clover.

Her eyes, recovered from the nearby River Wey.

Her heart, lying on it’s own.

It is assumed the river had taken all other remains. The man responsible was solicitor’s clerk Frederick Baker. He used his tea-break on a Saturday in August to walk through the meadows near the hop-field, and finding Fanny Adams playing with two friends. He gave the two girls half pence to run races for him; then sent the other two home while he took Fanny to the hop-field. He then battered the child with a large stone, and then cut her apart with his pen-knife. After which he went and had some beer and returned to his office where he wrote in his diary: “Killed a young girl. It was fine and hot,” He was unable to explain bloodstains on his cuffs. He was hanged at Winchester.

tedbunny:

Serial killer Westley Allan Dodd murdered 3 children Washington USA during the autumn of 1989. He kidnapped, molested and stabbed 11 year old Cole Neer, his brother 10 year old William and 4 year old Lee Iselli. 
Like most serial killers Dodd did not start out his criminal career by murdering people, instead it was a gradual escalation. In total he confessed to molesting and abusing around 175 children over a 15 year period (which meant that he began abusing children from a very young age, specifically 13 years old - another common trait in serial child molesters.)
Dodd was convicted of murder and sentenced to death. He was executed by hanging - the first american to be hanged in almost three decades. His final words were:

"I was once asked by somebody, I don’t remember who, if there was any way sex offenders could be stopped. I said no. I was wrong."
tedbunny:

Serial killer Westley Allan Dodd murdered 3 children Washington USA during the autumn of 1989. He kidnapped, molested and stabbed 11 year old Cole Neer, his brother 10 year old William and 4 year old Lee Iselli. 
Like most serial killers Dodd did not start out his criminal career by murdering people, instead it was a gradual escalation. In total he confessed to molesting and abusing around 175 children over a 15 year period (which meant that he began abusing children from a very young age, specifically 13 years old - another common trait in serial child molesters.)
Dodd was convicted of murder and sentenced to death. He was executed by hanging - the first american to be hanged in almost three decades. His final words were:

"I was once asked by somebody, I don’t remember who, if there was any way sex offenders could be stopped. I said no. I was wrong."

tedbunny:

Serial killer Westley Allan Dodd murdered 3 children Washington USA during the autumn of 1989. He kidnapped, molested and stabbed 11 year old Cole Neer, his brother 10 year old William and 4 year old Lee Iselli. 

Like most serial killers Dodd did not start out his criminal career by murdering people, instead it was a gradual escalation. In total he confessed to molesting and abusing around 175 children over a 15 year period (which meant that he began abusing children from a very young age, specifically 13 years old - another common trait in serial child molesters.)

Dodd was convicted of murder and sentenced to death. He was executed by hanging - the first american to be hanged in almost three decades. His final words were:

"I was once asked by somebody, I don’t remember who, if there was any way sex offenders could be stopped. I said no. I was wrong."

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    Jeffrey Dahmer

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)

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