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Listening To The BTK Killer Describe His Murderous Fantasies Is Pure Nightmare Fuel

Listening To The BTK Killer Describe His Murderous Fantasies Is Pure Nightmare Fuel

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For nearly two decades, Wichita, Kansas, was plagued by a killer who left a bizarre calling card in the treatment of his victims. Between 1974 and 1991, ten people were bound and tortured before eventually being killed, hence the killer's nickname, the "BTK killer."Dennis Rader was arrested in 2005 and openly admitted he was behind the BTK killings. After his arrest, NBC's Dateline gained access to an exclusive interview with Rader by Harvard-trained forensic psychologist Robert Mendoza. During their discussion, Rader explained his obsession with killing and his inability to control his actions once his mind had fixated on a victim. Despite pleading guilty to the charges, Rader shies away from blaming himself for the killings, instead choosing to point the finger at potential demons...
7 Lesser-Known Serial Killers We Should All Learn More About

7 Lesser-Known Serial Killers We Should All Learn More About

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googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('VN_PG_DTBT_ATF'); }); Like many people, I have always been deeply fascinated by serial killers. Before you take that the wrong way, let me explain. I don't mean to say that I idolize serial killers or condone their actions in any way. The heinous crimes they commit disgust me as much as the next person. However, I do think there is a lot to gain by studying the darkest side of humanity. Taking another human's life is the most unnatural thing a person can do, yet it comes as second nature to serial killers. Why? The answer is unclear, but must lie somewhere in the lives and minds of the murderers themselves. Killers like Jack the Ripper, Ed Gein, and Jeffrey Dahmer have been discussed for year...
This Interview With The Night Stalker Will Make Your Blood Run Cold

This Interview With The Night Stalker Will Make Your Blood Run Cold

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During the 1980s, one of the most terrifying places in the U.S. was Los Angeles, and it wasn't because of the traffic or the ridiculous cost of living. A man named Richard Ramirez, also known as the Night Stalker, successfully brought the terror. His capture proved to be one of the most monumental days in the city's history, but he took 14 innocent lives before that happened.Shortly thereafter, a reporter sat down with him to discuss his horrific crimes. What he had to say will give you chills. He was found guilty on all counts and sentenced to death. Although he died from cancer before his execution, the world got exactly what it needed when he took his last breath. Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/killer-interview/
13 American Mass Shootings That The Media Never Told You About

13 American Mass Shootings That The Media Never Told You About

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You can say what you want about the efficacy of gun restrictions in the U.S., but there is one deadly reality that cannot be ignored: all of these mass shootings are devastating. The most disheartening thing of all is that little has been done to address this issue in America aside from politicians offering empty platitudes.And every single month, there's more bad news. It feels inescapable. Unfortunately, the media has been taking it easy on us. The fact of the matter is that 355 mass shootings have taken place on U.S. soil since January of 2015, and we've only heard about a small fraction of them. Here's a map of the cases that were heavily covered by the media in 2015. Wikimedia Commons These include the events in San Bernardino, Colorado Spri...