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They do for me, I personally love the ones who were never caught.
KnightOfJustice KnightOfJustice 18-21, M 11 Answers Dec 1, 2012 in Community

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I think they fascinate every person in High School. I did reports on some. Ted Bundy in particular.

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yamato light did all the other nah ... if your killing spree is under 10000 ur not good enough to be fascinating

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Their journeys are interesting from being born to their current point in life.

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somewhat, but i flatter myself that i understand them

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Jack the ripper

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He isn't anything special, he was lucky to have started to kill when there was little to no forensic items to catch him. If he were to start killing in this era, he would be caught very quickly.

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Dont underestimate our buddy please :P

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I think almost daily about performing the perfect murder. I have a pretty good one mapped out ba<x>sed on a park nearby my house. Mind you, I'd probably never go through with it, I don't have a need to, I'm just curious.

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I've thought of some too, but all lead to a mistake causing my capture or death.

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Yeah, I have the same problem. For me it always comes down to DNA paranoia. I mean, how can I ensure that not one hair or drop of saliva or fingerprint is found? I think about this waaaay too often.

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Meh, they did when I was younger and into darker things. <br />
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I still appreciate an interesting documentary about a serial killer once in a while, but I prefer to focus on more positive and uplifting things these days. I'm empathic, so I absorb emotions that I see or feel from others. Violence and cruelty bother me more deeply than they do most people.

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Yes they do. So do torture mechanisms and conspiracy theories.

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Binyamin Netanyahu is a complex character.

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