Alaska's serial killer traveled the country burying "murder kits" to use in future

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  1. NotMyBro

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    Where was Dexter? :c

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/alaska-serial-killer-buried-murder-supplies-country/story?id=17874735

     
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    I wanna hang out with THAT guy!
     
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    I read about this monster 2 nights ago about 10 min after the subway murder.....it put me into such a dark place, I wasn't able to fall asleep until 4:30.

    We live in a very fucked up world.
     
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    Guess Giftscriptions didn't do it for him.
     
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    pretty dark days when i start to get bored with how many serial killers there are out there
     
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    I used to be a very dark, twisted person, not so much anymore. That subway photo really got to me.
    I lost sleep over it.
    It means nothing but, from way across the country, I hope his family will be ok.
     
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    In 2004, there were 16,137 cases of murder or non-negligent manslaughter in the United States.
    37.4% of these cases went unsolved, so around 6,035 people "got away with murder" that year.
     
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    That was big news in VT for a long time. Looking for clues, the FBI combed through a local landfill for a month or so.

    His target here was a very average, middle aged couple and by all accounts he was pretty brutal. Can't imagine why he would randomly pick that couple.

    He first scoped them out for days and determined they didn't kids or dogs and once he knew that he went about his business.
     
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    I just started reading the Iceman, very disturbing book. What a fucked up childhood .You can almost see why these serial killers are so messed up.
     
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