Have you ever wondered why people kill each other, the same species of animals killing each other just for the fun of it, why would and twisted mine do a bad thing like that? Imagined if you wanted to kill someone just for fun and you have that want to kill someone for fun. These are why serial killers kill and who or what motivates them. But not all killers are the same because I found out there are different types of serial killers like Power & Control killers want to find dominates and power over their victim like example,they want to feel like they make the rules on who lives and dies. Visionary killers kill because they have really bad visions of their past and their childhood and they might kill certain people because of what happened
First-Degree Murder is the most serious crime that can be committed, punishable by the death penalty. Once someone commits this crime, they are forever known as a dangerous and terrible person. The decision to murder someone is usually conscious, but in some occasions the suspect can plead innocent for reasons of temporary insanity. In the short story “The Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe, a man decided to murder his neighbor because he was scared of the neighbor’s eye. When the police came to interrogate him, the man heard a heartbeat in his head.
I am speaking of hunting.’ ‘Hunting? Great Guns, General Zaroff, what you speak of is murder.’” (pg. 8) General Zaroff is shown to be a heartless man that hunts other people, because that is the way Rainsford’s describes and sees Zaroff as. The narrator’s bias changes the audiences’ perception of Zaroff, because if the story was told in Zaroff’s point of view then he might have been shown as the protagonist then the antagonist. The audience would have seen from what Zaroff
The main element that tied the two together are their plots. Both passages are ironic due to the unique events. In the movie, High Noon, the Marshal, Will Kane, hopefully asked for advice from judge Howe. Furthermore, Howe replied, “you risk your skin catching killers and the juries let them go so they can come back and shoot at you again” (Foreman 307). The judge’s statement proves that even though a Marshal’s duty is to protect the town and capture criminals, the Marshal himself is being hunted by criminals.
Syed repeats his innocence by saying, “I had no reason to kill her” (Koenig Episode 1). Murder is the result of a violent drive or hatred from an individual. Adnan did not have this drive. Although many theories have led to the conviction of Adnan Syed, the insufficient evidence supporting his guilt lacked reason, consistency, and reliability leaving the possibility behind of a third person being involved, a serial killer. One of the hardest things to fathom is what drove Adnan to strangle Hae.
Nevertheless, Montresor gets ultimate revenge since he murdered Fortunato making the reader’s feel shocked. The compassion readers feel is for Fortunato for the reason that he should not have got that brutal way to die. Instead, Montresor should have just confronted him and worked things out. Montresor explains, “But the very definitiveness with which it was resolved precluded the idea of risk” (1). Before Montresor said this, he explained how he will not tolerate with a bully.
He is so sure in his decision that before the battle, he dips his sword in poison to ensure that if Hamlet does not drink the poison he will still be killed indefinitely. At the end of the play, his indecisiveness leads to his own death as well, but he also gets what he wants because Hamlet is still murdered. Though he may have acted rashly, his decisiveness in the face of hardship ultimately allows his hunger for revenge to be
Hyde in that he murders an innocent man without a cause, only to prove his dominance and power over good. The diction of the murder scene was carefully chosen as to help us envision the most gruesome, horrific sights we as the reader could imagine. Stevenson uses powerful words and phrases such as "ape-like fury" (p. 22) which is a phrase that gives the reader a sense of an attack on another person that would only be made by a wild animal not a human and the phrase “trampling under foot“ (p.22) which gives the reader a sense of recklessness and intense anger that can only be soothed by physically harming something. This reveals a ferocious, animalistic implication, as if Hyde has lost his humanity. Hyde's evil nature takes absolute control in this scene, and he acts out with complete recklessness.
Jealousy, lust ,revenge and thirst for power were just a few of the innumerable motives that influenced her to kill Agamemnon. Her use manipulation and her social status allow her to get away with murder, you could quote the lyrics of Michael Jackson in saying Agamemnon was “struck by a smooth criminal.” Right in beginning of Agamemnon we are given the first motive through foreshadowing. The chorus proclaims in line 153, “For the terror returns like sickness to lurk in the house; the secret anger remembers the child that shall be avenged.” Clytemnestra’s first and purest motive is, revenge for her daughter ,Iphigenia’s, death at the hands of Agamemnon. Even though she isn’t the best mother to Orestes and Electra, it’s
This is especially important as it kick-starts the rest of the plan of revenge. (3.) Much later in the play, when Iago finally convinces Othello to kill Desdemona, Iago makes another clever decision when he suggested a method of committing the murder as an alternative to using poison: “ Do it not with poison. Strangle her in her bed, even the bed she hath contaminated” (IV.I.226-227). (4.)