Paula (holla666) wrote in gein_massacre,

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Hi, I'm Paula I'm new here. I'm 14 years old right now and I live in Canada. I was very interested in cirme when I was about 10 or 11 years old, watching shows like forensic scientists and that was basically it I got out of it for a while but now I'm 14 and decided to go to and read about serial killers like Albert Fish, Ted Bundy, Charles Manson and the Manson family, Ed Gein and others.
Anyways, I have a question for you guys, what makes a serial killer? Is it exposure to abuse at an early age? Rejection by peers or family members or basically society? Or are some people just born evil? Most serial killers were abused at an early age and that's what caused them to have such violent fantasies of playing the abuser rather than the "abusee". Others were sadists and had a very low "thrill-level" and felt sexually pleasure when stabbing a victim/torturing them. Some had a certain opinino which they wished to carry out. One serial killer, son of sam seemed to hate women so he killed women, and that's why he killed. Though, there was one serial killer who is quite interesting. Jeffrey Dahmer, was raised in a perfectly normal enviornment. Yet he still grew up to be a serial killer. Jeffrey' father explains tht he himself was a bit anti-social and that trait was passed down the Jeffrey. Except it worsened, and the onle way Jeffrey could talk to/be comfortable with people was when they were dead.
What do you think?
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