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Hear from Detectives, Ex-Husbands, Victims and Lady Killers Themselves to Understand Why They Snapped
"Don't be fooled by me. Don't be fooled by the face that I wear for I wear a thousand masks; masks that I'm afraid to take off and none of them are me. Pretending is an art that is second nature to me but do not be fooled. For God's sake don't be fooled."--Judy Buenoano, shortly before her death row execution
"I fell to the ground but the attack continued. I was just waiting for it to stop. There was loads and loads of blood. As I lay there, I thought, this is where I am going to die."--John Rogers to a trial jury, describing an attack by Joanna Dennehy
"I'm a good person inside, but when I get drunk, I just don't know...I've got nothing to lose...What am I supposed to do?...It was all their fault and that's the God's honest truth."--Aileen "Lee" Carol Wuornos, inspiration for the 2003 film Monster
"She said, 'You'd never believe about some of the things we are doing at the nursing home.' I knew things were out of control."--Ken Wood, estranged husband of "Lethal Lover" Cathy May Wood
"[They] left my mother in such a distorted, dismembered and ashened state that she was identifiable only by her dental record. My life has been ripped apart at the seams..."--Steve White, son of Virginia Susan Caudill's murder victim
This list shows serial killers from the 20th century to present day by number of victims.
I mean, 99% of abuse victims don't become serial killers, but I do believe a high % of serial killers suffered from childhood abuse. Depends on the person, the extent of the abuse, the brain wiring, etc…One of my friends suffered from abuse from an uncle and also emotional abuse from his parents, and he is one of the nicest people you'll ever meet.
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Psychiatrist Dorothy Lewis of New York University concluded that a murderer is made through a lethal combination of childhood abuse, neurological disturbances, and psychiatric illness.
Female serial killers. As with violent crimes generally, male serial killers far outnumber female serial killers; however, over the past two centuries, about 15 percent of multiple homicide offenders have been women (Hickey, 1997, Kelleher and Kelleher, 1998, Malmquist, 1996, Perri and Lictenwald, 2010).
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