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Re: Serial killers with normal childhoods?

Postby TheUnknownofall » Wed May 15, 2019 7:00 pm

I think it is simple really.

Not all birds want to break free, but when they realize they are in a cage humans get the curiousity as it being in them.

Some poeple never iether realize to "break out" or if they do realize what society is, they are too lazy to try anything or don't feel like it.

So I'd see killers more as a philosophical way of choosing ones life route as to say one following the law or being say a cop.

Simply put, it's a choice, regardless of events.
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Re: Serial killers with normal childhoods?

Postby slither » Wed May 22, 2019 3:49 am

slither wrote:2, you've serial-killed, three you've "serial-killed", 8, you are a serial killer.
Two is not a serial killer. 3 and 8 are both serial killers.

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Deputization is good.
Double jeopardy is good.
5th amendment is good.
2nd amendment is good.
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Re: Serial killers with normal childhoods?

Postby slither » Fri May 24, 2019 12:16 am

Double Jeopardy is bad.
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Re: Serial killers with normal childhoods?

Postby slither » Mon Jun 10, 2019 7:28 pm

slither wrote:
slither wrote:2, you've serial-killed, three you've "serial-killed", 8, you are a serial killer.
Two is not a serial killer. 3 and 8 are both serial killers.

Majority rules is good.
Deputization is good.
5th amendment is good.
2nd amendment is good.
1st amendment is good.
Context is good.

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Re: Serial killers with normal childhoods?

Postby ZeroZ » Mon Jun 10, 2019 9:17 pm

I have a feeling that most serial killers had a fuked up relationship with a caregiver, seems like usually the mother, which if you think about it a babies need for their mother is stronger than it is for the father usually, so that can cause all sorts of mental issues
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Re: Serial killers with normal childhoods?

Postby Jonna » Tue Jun 11, 2019 2:33 pm

slither wrote:Without trauma or abuse, and a good upbringing, why do some people still become serial killers?

I asked this on another forum, and someone said that they may have chosen to densensitize themselves at a young age to violence. That still leaves the question of why.

Another explanation could just be genetics, but lacking a predisposition and bad environment, what other factors could influence the development of a potential serial killer?

I've considered hormonal imbalances in the womb, and head injuries during critical development stages too.

What other "x" factors might there be?


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Re: Serial killers with normal childhoods?

Postby slither » Wed Jun 12, 2019 2:48 am

Thoughts on stenography
dont lie about a math problem
dont change the definition of a word


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