Organized and Disorganized Killers Organized Killers Organized killers, such as Dennis Rader, are people we may see or know. They are our neighbors, family members, friends, co-workers. They are mostly highly intelligent with above average skills they use to plan the murder and its stages. Their methodical plans stand out when investigators are piecing the puzzle left by the serial killer. (Canter, Alison, Alison, & Wentink 2004)
We can all come to an agreement that serial killers are both horrendous and unpredictable human beings. Most acts of violence we hear about are committed by serial killers. Unsatisfied with their previous actions, serials killers look to execute more victims. In most cases, the upbringing of the individual plays a huge role on the killer. Because of their twisted techniques and motives, some of these killers are infamously known to be the most frightening criminals in history.
Their belief system is frequently fragmented and soft core, leaving them prone to lash out angrily even violently when cornered, at a loss, confused, or contradicted. They live in constant fear they will become irrelevant, and out of this fear they helplessly usher in their own
Statistics show that serial killers in the United States often kill for fun and financial gains. (Serial Killer) In class we have been learning about serial killers and the psychological disorders that cause them to carry out the murders they commit. Andrea Yates mental stability and religious views altered her ability of life and caused five young children to lose their lives
"Satan loves to fish in the troubled waters of a discontented heart. " This quote by Thomas Watson describes Abigail Williams in the drama The Crucible by Arthur Miller. Criminals in the world like to see blood or watch people die in a harsh way. Most of the time they are the ones killing because they have some kind of hatred in there life and they just go crazy and kill people.
The Misfit murders individuals because of the lack of religious faith within him. He tells us “Jesus was the only one that ever raised the dead,” he then continues, “He did what he said, then it’s nothing for you to do but thow away everything and follow Him, he thown everything off balance. and if He didn’t, then enjoy the few minutes you got left the best way you can- by killing somebody. ”(22). The Misfit
Mindhunter is show in which two FBI agents interview serial killers to try and find out more about why they committed the crimes that they did. The show takes place in the late 1970’s and during this time people thought people committed crimes like murder because it was just their nature and they were born like that. Agent Holden Ford doesn’t buy this and he thinks their has to be a better reason as to why the serial killers committed the crimes that they did. The two agents then get the opportunity one day to interview the serial killer Ed Kemper who killed numerous women. Kemper seems to them like a regular guy, but Kemper then reveals that he wasn’t born with all this anger that made him commit the murders, but instead this anger came from
For each type of murderer there are motives that provoke them to kill their victims, part of the reason of why they do it is because they are not mentally ill, but seek revenge. “Andrew Kehoe was a farmer living in Bath, Michigan. A member of the school board and the town clerk, on May 18, 1927 he orchestrated a plot to dynamite the Bath Consolidated School, killing thirty-seven children”(“Andrew Kehoe ”). The motive that made Andrew do this was revenge. The reason was because tax collectors were going to foreclose on his farm.
The minds of murderers and criminals are inhumane in a way like no other. With minds like these, it is close to impossible to have an order or system at all. Mankind is able to commit atrocities and killings by being being mentally ill, having no social order, and oppressing specific groups. The minds of criminals have been proved to have psychological disorders affecting their minds and bodies. It has been shown that genocide leaders like Adolf Hitler have
According to the terminology serial killer adopted by FBI agents Robert Ressler and John Douglas in the Behavioral Science Unit, there are ten precise traits identifying a serial killer including; single white male (Kemper never developed a lasting relationship with a women; high IQ’s (Kemper was at one point diagnosed as nearly a genius); they do poorly in school (Kemper had a number of unskilled jobs); disorderly families (Kemper’s mom and dad divorced when he was nine); history of psychiatric problems (Kemper’s mother was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder; psychological and physical abuse (Kemper’s mother consistently teased him about his size and weird personality); hate towards women and absent male figures (Kemper killed his grandfather, and grandmother; psychiatric problems (Kemper tortured and killed animals at a young age); social isolation and extreme hate towards everyone (Kemper had attempted to commit suicide; deviant sexuality and obsessed with sexual gratification, and violent pornography (Kemper had developed a fantasy world involving violent rape and murder by the time he was
Humans are creatures of emotion and these emotions are what fuel the decisions we make. We began as predators, killing for survival, and throughout time we have evolved, and we no longer need to hold on to such animalistic instinct. Some of us however, hold on to that instinct and let it grow into something more, some would call it a passion, others could say it was for pleasure. It is believed that some people kill because they like doing so. These people are labeled as serial killers in today’s society.
Often times, mindless conformity leads to senseless violence that could have been avoided with just a little more thought. In order to justify hateful and exclusive acts, the actions of people in minorities are often taken