My name's Josée, and here you'll find information about serial killers, spree killers, mass murderers, etc.
Probably some gore, but I'm sure we can all handle a little bit of blood.

 

serialkiller-101:

"I always had a fetish for murder and death."
When psychologists interviewed David Berkowitz after a yearlong shooting rampage that left six people dead and several more wounded, they diagnosed him as a paranoid schizophrenic. Based on the style of his slayings, he seemed like a classic visionary killer. He claimed he was driven by demons, including one demon he believed to be living inside the black Labrador retriever owned by his neighbor Sam Carr.

serialkiller-101:

"I always had a fetish for murder and death."

When psychologists interviewed David Berkowitz after a yearlong shooting rampage that left six people dead and several more wounded, they diagnosed him as a paranoid schizophrenic. Based on the style of his slayings, he seemed like a classic visionary killer. He claimed he was driven by demons, including one demon he believed to be living inside the black Labrador retriever owned by his neighbor Sam Carr.

valkyrie-darkthrone:

Q: “You are in debt to Norwegian government for burning churches. Will the sales return from “Belus” album be used to pay this debt? “
Varg Vikernes: “Of course not. Thanks for asking though. I really don’t want anyone to believe that a single penny of my or anybody else’s income from Burzum will be used to pay this debt. The only thing they will ever get from me is the finger, so to speak. “

valkyrie-darkthrone:

Q: “You are in debt to Norwegian government for burning churches. Will the sales return from “Belus” album be used to pay this debt? “

Varg Vikernes: “Of course not. Thanks for asking though. I really don’t want anyone to believe that a single penny of my or anybody else’s income from Burzum will be used to pay this debt. The only thing they will ever get from me is the finger, so to speak. “

evagrean:

Favorite Character Quotes Jason Dean (Heathers)

"Alright, so maybe i am killing everyone in the school because nobody loves me!"

vodkaskiddo:

richard—trenton-chase:

At the defense table Richard Chase showed no emotion or reaction of any kind. In fact, he looked bored, with his sunken, opaque eyes having a lusterless quality. His weight had dropped to 107 pounds, with scarcely an ounce of flesh clinging to his scarecrow frame. (His jailers filed reports stating he would go days without touching even a morsel of food. They had also reported that Chase at times lasciviously joked about having women brought to his cell.) Chase took the stand in his own defense and did not attempt to deny the murders, though he claimed a foggy memory concerning some of the details. As Chase gave his version of the Griffin killing and some of the events that happened in his life around that time he seemed alert and responsive, though sometimes slow to answer. He rightly corrected his attorney once — “a psychiatrist is a doctor,” he said admonishingly. He appeared patient and seemed to handle the stress of testifying quite well. He did appear to show the influence of the various attorneys and psychiatrists with whom he had spent so much time; he freely and accurately used psychiatric and legal jargon like “delusional” and psychotic.” Chase’s account of what had happened between the time he purchased the .22 handgun and the Miroth murders was sketchy. He remembered driving around shooting his new gun but did not think he saw Ambrose Griffin at the time of the murder. He remembered talking to his former classmate Nancy Holden just before he shot Teresa Wallin. He said he had been wandering around, “semiconscious” when he shot Wallin. Some things about the murder he remembered, but other things he claimed not to recall. He did admit to drinking some of Teresa’s blood. Chase said that after several days in a “blackout,” on the morning of the 27th he drove to the Country Club Centre and parked. He had intended to shoot an old friend who he thought had become a political revolutionary and intended to kill him. But instead he went into his house and shot some other people. He denied sodomizing Evelyn Miroth, or even of removing her clothes. He thought is was possible he had cut her open and smeared blood on her body, but he couldn’t remember “for sure.” Chase openly admitted to shooting little David Ferreira. At the time, he said, he thought the baby was something else, but he did not say what. He decapitated the child, he said, to get its blood and left with the baby in a green bucket, intending to drink more of its blood. He had, he explained, started drinking blood after watching some “medical shows” on TV. He started with rabbit and bird blood, then dogs, cows, and finally humans. He finished his testimony by claiming to have been victimized by society. His trouble, he stated, could be traced back to his inability to have successful, normal sex relations with his girlfriends. Was he sorry for the murders? his attorney asked. “Yes,” Chase replied casually. On May 16 Chase again took the stand, facing the same jury that had convicted him of murder and found him sane. “I beg for another chance to survive,” he said. “I hope to make compensation for the families. I am a good person, although weak in heart and mind.”

vodkaskiddo:

richard—trenton-chase:

At the defense table Richard Chase showed no emotion or reaction of any kind. In fact, he looked bored, with his sunken, opaque eyes having a lusterless quality. His weight had dropped to 107 pounds, with scarcely an ounce of flesh clinging to his scarecrow frame. (His jailers filed reports stating he would go days without touching even a morsel of food. They had also reported that Chase at times lasciviously joked about having women brought to his cell.) Chase took the stand in his own defense and did not attempt to deny the murders, though he claimed a foggy memory concerning some of the details. As Chase gave his version of the Griffin killing and some of the events that happened in his life around that time he seemed alert and responsive, though sometimes slow to answer. He rightly corrected his attorney once — “a psychiatrist is a doctor,” he said admonishingly. He appeared patient and seemed to handle the stress of testifying quite well. He did appear to show the influence of the various attorneys and psychiatrists with whom he had spent so much time; he freely and accurately used psychiatric and legal jargon like “delusional” and psychotic.” Chase’s account of what had happened between the time he purchased the .22 handgun and the Miroth murders was sketchy. He remembered driving around shooting his new gun but did not think he saw Ambrose Griffin at the time of the murder. He remembered talking to his former classmate Nancy Holden just before he shot Teresa Wallin. He said he had been wandering around, “semiconscious” when he shot Wallin. Some things about the murder he remembered, but other things he claimed not to recall. He did admit to drinking some of Teresa’s blood. Chase said that after several days in a “blackout,” on the morning of the 27th he drove to the Country Club Centre and parked. He had intended to shoot an old friend who he thought had become a political revolutionary and intended to kill him. But instead he went into his house and shot some other people. He denied sodomizing Evelyn Miroth, or even of removing her clothes. He thought is was possible he had cut her open and smeared blood on her body, but he couldn’t remember “for sure.” Chase openly admitted to shooting little David Ferreira. At the time, he said, he thought the baby was something else, but he did not say what. He decapitated the child, he said, to get its blood and left with the baby in a green bucket, intending to drink more of its blood. He had, he explained, started drinking blood after watching some “medical shows” on TV. He started with rabbit and bird blood, then dogs, cows, and finally humans. He finished his testimony by claiming to have been victimized by society. His trouble, he stated, could be traced back to his inability to have successful, normal sex relations with his girlfriends. Was he sorry for the murders? his attorney asked. “Yes,” Chase replied casually. 
On May 16 Chase again took the stand, facing the same jury that had convicted him of murder and found him sane. “I beg for another chance to survive,” he said. “I hope to make compensation for the families. I am a good person, although weak in heart and mind.”

dance-0f-the-damned:

Ottis Toole: Just like that Mexican wasn’t going to let me out of the house. I took an axe and chopped him all up. What made me.. I’ve been meaning to ask you.. That time when I cooked some of these people? Why’d I do that?Henry Lee Lucas: I think it was just the hands doing it. I know a lot of things we done, in human sight, are impossible to believe.OT: When we took ‘em out and cut ‘em up.. Remember one time I said I wanted me some ribs? Did that make me a cannibal?HL: You wasn’t a cannibal. It’s the force of the devil, something forced on us that we can’t change. There’s no reason denying what we become. We know what we are. Ottis, you know everything you say is going on tape here?OT: I know.. Remember how I liked to pour some blood out on them?
Serial killers Henry Lee Lucas (left) and his lover/friend Ottis Toole (right) drifted around the U.S., allegedly raping, killing, mutilating and cannibalizing as many as 360 people.

dance-0f-the-damned:

Ottis Toole: Just like that Mexican wasn’t going to let me out of the house. I took an axe and chopped him all up. What made me.. I’ve been meaning to ask you.. That time when I cooked some of these people? Why’d I do that?
Henry Lee Lucas: I think it was just the hands doing it. I know a lot of things we done, in human sight, are impossible to believe.
OT: When we took ‘em out and cut ‘em up.. Remember one time I said I wanted me some ribs? Did that make me a cannibal?
HL: You wasn’t a cannibal. It’s the force of the devil, something forced on us that we can’t change. There’s no reason denying what we become. We know what we are. Ottis, you know everything you say is going on tape here?
OT: I know.. Remember how I liked to pour some blood out on them?

Serial killers Henry Lee Lucas (left) and his lover/friend Ottis Toole (right) drifted around the U.S., allegedly raping, killing, mutilating and cannibalizing as many as 360 people.

monstersandwine:

Alexander Pichushkin with his school friend and first victim, Mikhail, whom he killed in Bitsa Park in 1992.

monstersandwine:

Alexander Pichushkin with his school friend and first victim, Mikhail, whom he killed in Bitsa Park in 1992.

uglybox:

'Manson Family' murder victim Abigail Folger (August 11, 1943 – August 9, 1969) Autopsy photographs.

dance-0f-the-damned:

"For me, life without killing is like life without food for you."
"I felt like the father of all these people, since it was I who opened the door for them to another world."
Alexander Pichushkin, the Chessboard Killer.

dance-0f-the-damned:

"For me, life without killing is like life without food for you."

"I felt like the father of all these people, since it was I who opened the door for them to another world."

Alexander Pichushkin, the Chessboard Killer.

spookybundy:

Richard Hickock and Perry Smith robbed and murdered four members of the Clutter family on November 15, 1959. Hickock had learned whilst in prison that there was a safe containing a large amount of money in the Clutter household. However, when Hickock and Smith arrived, they soon found that there was no such safe. The family were then bound and their mouths taped shut after Hickock and Smith had managed to rob around $40-50 off the family. The Clutter family were then shot one by one.
Hickock and Smith were sentenced to death and were executed by hanging on April 14, 1965.

(Source: kubrickiller)

tedbunny:

“But the whole thing, —the cries, the blood, the agony—gave me relaxation and a certain pleasure.” - Andrei Chikatilo

mentalapple:

On December 30th, some time after Ted Bundy did this interview, he escaped from his prison cell.

Oh Ted, you manipulative bastard.

teddiddlybundy:

"I didn’t know what made people want to be friends. I didn’t know what made people attractive to one another. I didn’t know what underlay social interactions." - Ted Bundy

teddiddlybundy:

"I didn’t know what made people want to be friends. I didn’t know what made people attractive to one another. I didn’t know what underlay social interactions." - Ted Bundy