Comparing Serial Killers

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In this paper, I will be comparing two similar cases of serial killers, for example, how was their own early life, the method the murder was committed, and their response towards the crime. First of all, these two individuals have a similar type of child abuse in their early years that might have triggered something sooner or later in years. There’s a time difference between these two individual when they committed the crime. Secondly, the method in killing their victims which is by, strangulation. The final reason would be their own reaction after conviction was no remorse. Both of these cases have a similar early life, the method the murder was committed, and their respond towards the crime.
First of all, a person’s early life may affect
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In 1972, the same year we remarried, he committed his first murder on January 3. Gacy would lure his victims driving around town and pretended to be a police officer. His primary target was young men, who was in between the ages of nine to twenty and seemed to be a “runaway”. Next, Gacy would lure them back to his house to torture, rape, and strangle. At last, he would depose the bodies by burying under his house into his crawl space. This vindictive killing continued for another few years until he started to get…show more content…
Norma Bell tried to blame it all on Mary Bell how she was the one who told Mary Bell to stop. The evidence said otherwise because those little notes they left for the police to find will she wrote one of them. This left people wondering why take such action if Norma Bell wasn’t interested in hurting anybody. For Mary Bell, she spent years in reform school and prison. At age 23 she was released on parole in May 14, 1980. This shows John Wayne Gacy and Mary Bell had the same reaction after the crime was committed. In conclusion, the two similar cases of John Wayne Gacy and Mary Bell was shown by their own early life, the method the murder was committed, and their response towards the crime. First of all, Gacy and Bell had both suffered an awful child abusive early life. Secondly, both committed their crimes by strangling their victims. Finally, these two showed no type of remorse after their conviction. That is the similarities between John Wayne Gacy and Mary

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