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[17 Aug 2006|10:06pm]

I always thought JonBenet was murdered by a serial killer...

I feel ashamed because I never looked over the case or did research. Cheerio on a new suspect.
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[31 Dec 2005|08:47pm]

A new year will be starting for most of us (unless you are an aussie...), and I just wanted to say:

Happy New Year!

Just think...the same amount of serial killings will be there, and maybe...just maybe, more will be caught in the year 2006.

Meh. It was a small and pathetic note but hopefully it is enough to make you ponder.

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[16 Aug 2005|04:39am]

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MOD [22 Jul 2005|01:48am]

i really haven't been doing a good job of keeping this place sorted out and active or basically anything, so i was wondering if anyone would like to help me out as mod? you don't have to be experienced or anything, but i'm sure there's someone in here who could help me take care of this place. if you're interested, email me at brandnewtheory@gmail.com" and tell me why you want to be mod. make sure you say what your username is as well! i'll make a decision either tonight (friday) or saturday night, because i'm going away on sunday. so that's all for now! also, i put up a new layout because the same one had been up forever. it's pretty simple, but that's all i felt like doing right now, haha. keep posting!
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[16 Jul 2005|01:53am]

I've got to say that the *who's your favourite serial killer* post was an awesome one.
Numerous replies... WOO HOO!
We need more creativity. More discussion topics. More to just talk about.
  • Whos killing style would best reflect what you think would be your own?
  • Which *killer* do you find most attractive? [<- this need not be sexually... but feel free!]
  • Are there any *killers* you feel should have gone free, recieved a lighter sentence... or possibly a harsher one?
    Come on people. We added this community for a reason.
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    new [14 Jul 2005|12:53pm]

    [ mood | blah ]

    ok, you might not care but i'm putting it out there. yeah, i'm now here. ok, later

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    Mwaaahahaaaaaaha! [08 Jul 2005|12:34pm]

    [ mood | Eeeeevil... ]

    My dark mind has been doing overtime.. Mainly due to housemates severely pissing me off yet again, so I thought hmmm if I was going to kill anyone how would I do it? How would I dispose of the body to ensure I wouldn't be easily caught? I'm still working on it..but..How would all of YOU do it? What method would you choose, whether it be emulating a favourite killer etc.. Discuss..

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    [07 Jul 2005|09:14pm]

    okay, hey everyone. i feel really bad, but i'm the maintainer here and i haven't been doing anything for this community for a while, but i'm glad to see that it's not dead! i'm here now though, so keep posting!
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    [07 Jul 2005|09:22pm]

    [ mood | annoyed ]

    Finally somewhere with like mided peeps! My boyfriend thinks I'm beginning to show an 'unhealthy obsession with serial killers' WHUUU???EH??

    I'm just fascinated with them. Simple as.

    So just one question, what's everyone's 'favourite' serial killer?

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    Hello [29 Jun 2005|06:43pm]
    Currently I am a female studying to become a serial homicide FBI profiler. If any of you would like to talk please contact me and we can work out a method of communications...

    Thank you,

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    [22 Jun 2005|05:29pm]

    to FUCKING die for.
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    [21 Jun 2005|08:01pm]

    New here! I've been interested in serial killers since I was about 11. It started with Jack The Ripper then I just couldn't get enough information on ever killer that has taken a life.
    Right now I'm focusing on H.H. Holmes. I love the idea of a house full of trap doors & torture rooms.
    One of my other favorite (& kind of a crush of mine) is Ed Gein. I can't help it. Such a cute mommas boy even till his last day alive.
    Welp thats me...
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    [05 Jun 2005|05:54am]
    Some of you must be demented right?Collapse )
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    zodiac t shirts! [11 May 2005|06:00pm]

    hate to promote this way, but i just wanted you guys to check out these shirts...


    and tell me what you think...
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    [14 Mar 2005|02:16pm]

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    Short story influenced serial killer? [02 Jan 2005|11:08am]

    I doubt anyone reads this thing anymore, but here I am, hoping that perhaps I'm onto something.

    If you're familiar with the Zodiac Killer, you should know that he found human intelligence to be more of a challenge than any old animal, that hunting humans might be more game than say, a bear. I understand this, and recall stumbling upon a short story, "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connells, and being vividly reminded of the Zodiac. I was, however, too lazy to do more research on the story itself until recently.

    "The Most Dangerous Game" was written around 1924 or so, way before the Zodiac ever killed a single being. It is quite possible that he might have stumbled upon this story and somehow been influenced by it. What I found peculiar was the target-like symbol that resembled Zodiac's symbol on the cover art of the book. Though many will say that's the targeting symbol on the gun, it can be assumed that instead of adopting the symbol from his Zodiac Seawolf watch, he could have gotten it from there.

    I know this is quite ameteur, but it seemed possible to me. It's also a good, short read, and brings you into the hunting mind of a killer, possibly alike that of the Zodiac's.

    Any thoughts, ideas, or comments are greatly appreciated, of course.

    <3 Destry
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    [16 Nov 2004|09:26pm]

    [ mood | bored ]

    Hi everyone. I am new to LJ in general and just joined this community. I have a strange facination with serial killers so I figure this community will suit me well. I read up on them all the time and I could also leran somethings from you people as well. My fave serial killer is Dahmer. Who are your favorites??

    Feel free to add me as a friend, I`m gonna add all you.

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    [19 Jul 2004|06:54pm]

    [ mood | sick ]

    gotten from Here

    "Zodiac Killer" (6+) The elusive Zodiac is the most mythical killer on the loose in California. There are numerous theories surrounding his identity, methods, and reasoning behind his astrological killing spree. His numbers vary according to sources. Some attribute only six hits to this faceless maniac. Others believe the Zodiac has tallied up to 49. Some have settled on 37 after a note he sent to a San Francisco paper on January 30, 1974 in which he wrote "Me-37; SFPD-0."

    "Zodiac," one of numerous killers obsessed with publicity, sent twenty-one letters to various newspapers boasting of his crimes. He obtained his astral moniker after he scribbled zodiac signs around several of his victims. His killing spree started in 1966 and faded around 1974. The rare survivors from his attacks have described him as a heavy set man with glasses and red hair.

    In one of his letters he explained that he killed "because it is so much fun." His master plan was to collect "slaves for the afterlife." He also threatened to "wipe out a school bus some morning." For a time it was believed that "Zodiac" had moved to New York where he continued with his deadly habits. However, that astral killer proved to be a copycat. On June 18, 1996, 29-year-old Heriberto Seda, New York's "Zodiac Killer," was arrested after a 3 1/2 hour siege in Brooklyn.

    Trail of the Zodiac Killer

    Dec. 20, 1968 Two teenagers on their first date, David Farraday and Betty Lou Jensen, are shot to death as they sit in a parked car on Lake Herman Road outside Vallejo.

    July 5, 1969: A man with a flashlight approaches a car parked at the Blue Springs Golf Club in Vallejo and, without a word, opens fire on the occupants. Darlene Ferrin, 22, is killed instantly; her companion, Michael Mageau, 19, survives. Less than an hour later, a man calls Vallejo police from a pay phone and says: "I want to report a double murder. If you go one mile east on Columbus Parkway to the public park, you will find kids in a brown car. They were shot with a 9mm Luger. I also killed those kids last year. Goodbye."

    July 31, 1969: The Chronicle, the San Francisco Examiner and the Vallejo Times-Herald each receive a copy of a poorly spelled letter, signed only with a simple crossed- circle design, in which the author takes responsibility for the July 5 shootings and includes a portion of a cipher. The decoded message, errors and all, says in part: "When I die I will be reborn in paradice and the I have killed will become my slaves."

    Sept. 27, 1969: Bryan Hartnell and Cecelia Shepard, both college students, are picnicking at Lake Berryessa in Napa County when they are approached by a tall man wearing a hooded costume. He ties them up with rope and stabs them with a foot-long knife. Shepard dies, Hartnell survives. The killer uses a magic marker to draw his trademarked cross-circle design on the door of Hartnell's Volkswagen.

    Oct. 11, 1969: San Francisco cab driver Paul Stine, 29, is fatally shot by a customer at Cherry and Washington streets in Presidio Heights. A dispatcher mistakenly broadcasts a lookout for a black suspect, and two police officers stop a white man who may have been the killer on a nearby street before letting him go.

    Oct. 13, 1969: The Chronicle receives a letter containing a bloody swath of Stine's shirt and a threat to shoot children on a school bus. Bay Area police departments respond by assigning officers to escort buses to schools.

    Nov. 10, 1969: The Chronicle receives another letter from the Zodiac containing detailed plans for a "death machine" to blow up a school bus. "The police shall never catch me, because I have been too clever for them," he writes.

    March 22, 1970: Kathleen Johns, 22, and her newborn daughter are traveling on Highway 132 west of Modesto when a man in a car offers to help them tighten the nuts on a loose tire. Instead, he disables their vehicle and gives them a ride under the guise of driving them to a service station. The man then drives them around for several hours without stopping. At one point, Johns asks if he always helps strangers this way and he replies, `'`By the time I get through with them, they won't need my help." Johns escapes by jumping out the door with her infant and later identifies her kidnapper as the man depicted in wanted poster for the Zodiac.

    July 26, 1970: The Chronicle receives another letter from the Zodiac in which he makes an unsubstantiated claim of killing 13 people. Part of the letter, which appears to be a parody of lyrics from the Gilbert and Sullivan opera "The Mikado," describes the ways in which the killer plans to torture his slaves in the afterlife. "Others I shall skin them alive + let them run around screaming," he writes. "And all the billiard players I shall have them play in a darkened dungen (sic) all with crooked cues and Twisted Shoes."

    July 8, 1974: In his last verified letter to The Chronicle, the Zodiac complains about the columnist Count Marco, whom he says "always needs to feel superior to everyone."

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    Bruce Lee [18 Jul 2004|03:19pm]

    [ mood | sick ]

    Not the Kung-Fu legend, but a British Pyro who liked to set old people on fire. His first kill was an old man in a park after a dispute over what to feed some birds. then he went on to kill 11 more people and set an old folks home on fire.

    He was arrested in 1980 in a bathroom after trying to get a Blow Job from someone in the bathroom. He confessed to the crimes and is now in an insane asylum.

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