ill-show-you-what-horror-means said: do you have a random button?
Anonymous said: In relation to Dahmer,Through practice he had trained himself to recognize the change in respiration from when someone was in heavy drug induced sleep until they had begun to reach consciousness. As their breathing went from deep and even to shallow and quick, he knew they were on the brink of wakefulness, and that is when he strangled them.
Anonymous said: If there's any more you can post about Ed Gein, would you look into that? This blog is great.
her-glasgow-smile said: OHMYGOD CAN WE GET MARRIED, i'd have to agree 100% with everything you just said! i love psychology, and looking into people's thoughts, especially those with twisted minds like serial killers :o and i've never had such a fascination until i started following blogs about them on here! :D
Hahaha sure. You should check out trutv.com for information about serial killers; it’s a great site for background and psychology. And if you’re not already following her, you should follow ramirez-dahmer-bundy.tumblr.com because she has great information on serial killers and other crime.
her-glasgow-smile said: oh my god, your blog is incredible! i love all the quotes & pictures you put of Dahmer & Bundy, they're my favorites, and certainly the most fascinating in my opinion! i know you might get asked this alot, but what intrigues you about serial killers? or when do you first develop an interest in crime?
I’m really interested in psychology and sociology and how the mind works so I think it’s the fact that their brains work differently than others.
I wouldn’t say I have an interest in crime exactly because I’m a firm supporter of the justice system. However, I think my fascination with serial killers and the like has always been there but got stronger recently when I did more research about them.