Discover the day jobs of the world’s most famous serial killers! Each episode explores the life, relationships, and murderous rampages of these psychopaths.
The short life and death of Jeffrey Dahmer in prison
Taking a look at the odd happenings of Jeffrey Dahmer during the limited time he was in jail. During his incarceratio, Dahmer was isolated, then released in the general population after convincing prison officials he would be safe. Jeffrey also spent a good deal of time becoming religious and was even baptized. At the same time, he displayed a sick a twisted sense of humor that made him a target for the man who would eventually beat Jeffrey to death.
How Son of Sam changed New York, with help from the media
Taking a look at the fear caused by David Berkowitz in New York City during 1977. There are many odd parallels which resemble the efforts of the media and fear in society to what is happening during the pandemic.
Movies & characters based on Ed Gein
Starting a new series for the quarantine in which I examine famous killers I’ve covered & how they’ve entered mainstream culture.
The first episode looks at the many movies & characters which were based on Ed Gein including The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Psycho and The Silence of the Lambs.
Episode 58: HAROLD SHIPMAN - DR. DEATH
Shipman is one of the most prolific killers in history with an estimated 250 deaths, all of which, were his patients. Harold would see an elderly patient, inject them with a fatal dose of morphine, then fake the medical records to make it seem like the patient had died of a natural cause. Shipman is a fascinating story as his background, murder methods, and motivation seem widely different than any other serial killer covered in the past.
Episode 57: BOBBY JOE LONG - THE CLASSIFIED AD RAPIST
As his name suggested, Bobby used ads in local papers to find vulnerable victims. Long would scan the classifieds to find furniture or appliances for sale, then go to the homes to check out the goods.
He figured that the person selling the item would likely be a wife home who was home alone or a single woman. Sadly, he was often correct and would easily gain access to a victim who was by herself.
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Episode 56: RANDY KRAFT - THE SCORECARD KILLER
He gained this nickname by keeping a studious coded list of his victims including names, types of torture performed, and approximate locations where the bodies had been disposed of. Many of the names and events on the list have been confirmed and points to a horrifying 67 murders committed over an 11 year time span.
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I’ve been thinking about writing a book about Dahmer and how he portrayed himself.
I was obsessed with the movie the Exorcist 3
and saw himself as the devil incarnate, part of why he did what he did was because he believed he would gain power from the murders and be rewarded by Satan.
He also raped 2 of his male roommates in the Army dozens of times each and I do believe he actually killed Adam Walsh after the revelation he had been cruising for prey in that mall and actually “found” a dead man outside his work at a pizza restaurant.
When the man was found there was blood all over the ceiling and walls when the man showed no signs of physical trauma.
While in prison during lunch he would play with chicken bones and creep out the other inmates, even making things out of the bones.
It’s partly why he was murdered in Jail.
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