According to Ed, the boys got separated. After the fire was put out Ed went for the cops and told them his brother was missing, yet he led them right to his body. Henry had bruises on his head even though they had their suspicion, they were dismissed. After Ed’s brother Henry's death Ed's Mother died on November 16, 1945 after a series of strokes. Now Ed was alone in the
He was able to resist the urge to kill and dropped them off safely, being sane he whole time (“Murder, No Apparent Motive). Ed had a variety of jobs that he worked at. He actually worked at the Atascadero Institution while he was a patient there (Murderpedia 5). He helped administer tests to patients and was eager to work, which is a good sign because most sociopaths don’t want to work (Murderpedia 5). Ed then wanted to be a police officer, but could not because there was a size and weight restriction at the time ("Edmund Kemper Biography" 2).
Edna shows a lot of signs of depression. Edna doesn’t want to take care of her children, she is sad after Robert leaves, and she eventually commits suicide. Depression is a state that can affect a person's thoughts, behavior, and feelings. People that are depressed feel sad, empty, hopeless, worthless, guilty, or irritable. They might lose interest in activities that they once enjoyed.
Another example of schizophrenia he displayed is that he thought he was a sorcerer and could actually use magic. He believed that drinking his victims saliva and burying their body's so that their heads faced his house would actually give him power. Ahmad had developmental problems around his early adulthood or Erikson's stage 6, because that was around the time his father died. The death of his father is what most likely triggered him to start acting out, because he was very close with his father when he was younger. This is also why he felt the need to take his father's advice during his hallucination of him telling Ahmed to kill all those women, because he was motivated to not let him down and wanted to make him proud.
On the flip side, this could be inaccurate because the player only really interacts with Eddie during about 30 minutes of game play so we don’t see much of him. The writers of the game also do not include any psychological disorders in his patient file in-game to hint at a specific problem. Another problem in diagnosing Eddie is that one could argue that he suffers from several different disorders. He could reasonable also have a form of PTSD or schizophrenia based on some of his other traits. He shows symptoms of many disorders so the writers could have written him to follow one disorder more
Edward is often the victim of people’s actions or is tricked into doing bad deeds. This is shown when Edward is tricked into robbing Jim’s parent’s house. When the alarm goes off and the door shuts, the camera focuses on Edward’s face to show the audience that he is scared and desperate to escape. The music instantly becomes faster and full of dread. This shows the audience that something bad is about to happen and creates an atmosphere of tension and makes the audience want to know what happens next.
Shortly, he was separated from his siblings William and Rosalie because he had been adopted by John and Frances Allan. Frances was happy with her new son but John was not. At the age of 17, Edgar enrolled into the University of Virginia, only to be kicked out because he could not pay his tuition. Adding to his grief, he learned that his step mom died of tuberculosis. Soon after, he enrolled in a military school called West Point only to be kicked out later.
But what do I know, I’m just a janitor.” Soon after this conversation I had with William the janitor, I started questioning his theory of the bellhop. As I watched him in the lobby he looked rather suspicious sitting there with a look of boredom and dread as he waited for the next customer to come in and indulge him. Three months later the body of Edna Green was found…dead. The autopsy revealed she was stabbed in the back three times before dying. Then I noticed, the number three came up a lot in this case, Edna Green had checked in at three, she was stabbed three times, and was found three months after the killing.
Our clients symptoms of Schizophrenia are hallucinations, paranoid, isolations, impulsive, and aggressiveness. There are few possible treatments for Schizophrenia and that would be lots of medications and psychotherapy. It is very important if you see somebody with these same symptoms that they need to contact somebody
Eddie cared for her until her death. • Eddie’s Father- he had the biggest impact on Eddie’s life. He was the original maintenance head- the unwanted job inherited by Eddie. He is a drunkard and was a card player; the old man Eddie hated much because he is a physically abusive and an