Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by The Filthy Beast, Jan 9, 2019.
There has to be q cool down period in between
Say it isn’t so!!!
and she's oot and aboot.
Ted Bundy definitely. I researched his crimes in depth over the years.
Also Israel Keyes because there is so little information about his crimes. He definitely murdered at least three people- a couple in Vermont and an eighteen year old girl in Alaska (her abduction was caught on surveillance camera- it's on Youtube. The whole story of what happened to her and to the couple is completely horrible.) Israel is suspected of many other murders but he killed himself while in custody in 2012 and took his secrets with him, unfortunately.
This is the last FBI interview before his death:
Can I get a whoa bundy
i don't find serial killers fascinating and frankly i don't understand the general obsession. And all these ridiculous tv shows about serial killers that are unwatchable. Berkowitz is interesting more because of his reign of terror-more like a stalker.
Yes she is. I’m surprised nobody offered her eh
i've read tons of serial killer books, that's one of the best, it's disturbing on so many levels.
This is possibly the best. So many names and locations I know in it. One of the victims walked home from school on the street I grew up on. I was probably 100 feet away from the parking lot where they crushed the pills to drug her sister. A lot of coincidences.
Could never bring myself to read cause I knew his kids and were they both complete messes. The daughter was actually cool but got caught up in the shit with a fairly successful rock dude, which came with what you'd expect at the time. I imagine she's good now.
Dude was dumb as a stick in that dude was. He's fine. Or not.
Nobody said Schmippy Dahmer. Bad move. Soon...
Devil in a White City is based upon sensationalized tabloid articles. It is fictionalized fiction.
I wouldn't say "fascinated" but our local (Rochester NY) serial killer, Arthur Shawcross, interests me the most. This guy was a monster, and the "justice" system completely dropped the ball on this madman. Two of his victims were dumped within feet of the roads I traveled every day.
He started out by killing and eating parts of two young children, a boy and a girl. He got a plea bargain, served his time and was released. They tried to place him in a couple small towns but was protested by vigilant citizens. So they decided to drop him into Rochester.
A few months later, dead prostitutes started showing up in the river and other smaller waterways. The cops didn't suspect him right off, these grimes didn't fit his MO, but later he was questioned, and he must have convinced them he was not involved. However, the suspect had one bad habit. He liked to go back to some of his victims to apparently beat off on them. He was caught taking a leak on the side of the road near one of his dumping places. A helicopter spotted him and he was caught.
It was a fun read. As I said earlier... HH's number were inflated.
You mean already...
The ones I find most fascinating are the ones that got accomplices to buy into it with them. Toy Box Killer and Dean Corll come to mind