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    Quote Originally Posted by ichabodius View Post
    Tommy Lynn Sells executed this evening:
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    His death is certainly no loss for humanity. It's a damn shame it took so long. On another note, the taxpayers certainly kept him well fed in prison! Here are more crimes he confessed to. Whether he actually was responsible for the crimes is anyone's guess.

    http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2...lls-rio-grande

    https://www.ozarkssentinel.com/the-u...nd-rory-cordt/

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/..._stefanie.html

    http://truthinjustice.org/who-killed-joel.htm I included this link, although I believe his mother was actually guilty. Sell's confession led to the mother being freed from prison. IMO, she got away with murder.

    This is a murder he had confessed to previously, but there are doubts about it.
    http://www.ky3.com/news/local/sherif...48998_25308426

    Yep, we fed old Tommy quite well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabby View Post
    I read an interview on abc news about this/him last night (that I can no longer find wth!) this was one scary guy. There is ONE surviving victim of this guy it's a little girl who was sleeping over at a little girls house that he murdered and she was in the top bunk above her and watched him kill her friend and then he was leaving the room and looked back and saw her for the first time. he walked over to her and told her to move her hands (she was covering her throat I guess) and she did and he sliced her throat but missed the artery only cut her windpipe. She pretended to be dead and he left the room. after a few minutes she went for help. when asked about her he said he thinks about her everyday and that she's the one who got away. Sick bastard.
    the one that got away? Wow! Pure evil! Too bad we can't invest in some mid evel torture devices for people like him.

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    Some who are still on the loose. Haven't heard of some of these. http://listverse.com/2014/04/07/10-m...ll-on-the-run/


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    Ok, I'm home alone and creeping myself out. I saw online that there is a serial killer active in Southern Il, and Kentucky, and he may LIVE in Southern Indiana. CREEPY!
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    Great find Miho!

    Wendy, check under the bed. They hide there sometimes. Also behind the shower curtain and in the closets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ichabodius View Post
    Tommy Lynn Sells executed this evening:
    http://www.kens5.com/news/Tommy-Lynn...253812671.html
    He's definitely one of the worst. The death penalty was made for people like him.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wendy A. View Post
    Good riddance to him! He's a special form of lowlife being a child killer and all. Sad it took 14 yrs to do it.
    With all due respect, 14 years is nothing when it comes to this sort of thing. There are some states where death row inmates are pretty much guaranteed to die of natural causes.
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    TOP TEN SERIAL KILLER QUOTES

    Aileen Wournos: "May your wife and children get raped, right in the ass.”

    Albert Fish: "I like children they are tasty.”

    Arthur Shawcross: "She was giving me oral sex, and she got carried away . . . So I choked her.”

    Dennis Rader BTK: "I actually think I may be possessed with demons, I was dropped on my head as a kid.”

    Carl Panzram: "I sat down to think things over a bit. While I was sitting there, a little kid about eleven or twelve years-old came bumming around. He was looking for something. He found it too. I took him out to a gravel pit about one quarter miles away. I left him there, but first committed sodomy on him and then killed him. His brains were coming out of his ears when I left him, and he will never be any deader.”

    David Berkowitz: "The demons wanted my penis.”

    Edmund Kemper: "Even when she was dead, she was still bitching at me. I couldn’t get her to shut up!”

    The Zodiac Killer: "
    If the blue meanies are going to get me they’d better get off their asses and do something.”

    Ted Bundy: "
    Sometimes I feel like a vampire.”

    John Wayne Gacy: "
    The only thing they can get me for is running a funeral parlor without a license.”

    (This is a link to the article from which I shameless stole these:
    http://listverse.com/2012/09/04/top-10-serial-killer-quotes/)
    I copied the quotes here; that page gives a little more information on (most of) the serial killers who said them. Thought it was interesting.



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    This is an incomplete list of Sells' victims.

    http://serialkillers.briancombs.net/...my-lynn-sells/

    The one that I was trying to find information about is one of the missing names. A woman named Julie Harper. Julie was actually arrested, put on trial and convicted for the murder of her son Joel. Tommy Sells watched a television program about her case and actually came forward and confessed to Joel's murder. When investigators met with him in prison, he of course had information about the case that only the killer would have. The police and prosecutors continued to believe that Julie was guilty and it took the Court of Appeals to overturn her conviction and set her free. I can't imagine a worse case scenario than losing your son and ending up in prison convicted of the horrible crime. Here is a link that discusses her case:

    http://www.uis.edu/innocenceproject/...rees/jrharper/


    Of course the supporters of Darlie Routier read about Julie's case and tried to convince people that Tommy was responsible for killing Darlie's two boys. Unfortunately for them, Tommy was in the penn in West Virginia that night, so poor Darlie will have to pay for her crimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McMorbid View Post
    Great find Miho!

    Wendy, check under the bed. They hide there sometimes. Also behind the shower curtain and in the closets.
    God love ya, I'm sure she feels much safer now! Haha

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    That's what I'm here for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McCourt View Post
    He's definitely one of the worst. The death penalty was made for people like him.



    With all due respect, 14 years is nothing when it comes to this sort of thing. There are some states where death row inmates are pretty much guaranteed to die of natural causes.
    you're right, my state (Indiana) is one of them sadly.
    Quote Originally Posted by McMorbid View Post
    Great find Miho!

    Wendy, check under the bed. They hide there sometimes. Also behind the shower curtain and in the closets.
    thanks so much! I feel so much better now! Lol

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    Examination table used by serial killer for sale.

    Yours for £10,000: Examination table used by serial killer Harold Shipman as he began his killing spree in the 1970s goes up for sale on eBay

    The macabre item was used by Shipman while he was a GP at the Abraham Ormerod Medical Centre in Todmorden, West Yorkshire in the 1970s, during which time he murdered dozens of his elderly patients.

    He is believed to have murdered up to 260 of his patients during a 27-year period stretching from 1971. He preyed on the vulnerable and his victims tended to be elderly women living alone.
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    How much did you bid on it, Neil?
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    Heheheh. It notes in the article that two people have bid on it. I'm not one of them as it would creep me out.
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    Maybe use it as a massage table for Death Hags.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eca1094 View Post
    Did anyone know a serial killer personaly, that you did not know was a killer until they were caught.
    I never knew a serial killer, but I have an uncle who has been in prison for murder for 31 years. He didn't just murder his very young second wife, he dismembered her and attempted to hide her body. For years, my family hid the truth of exactly what happened, figuring that since we were all 10 or under it would traumatize us...and I agree, it probably would have. It was difficult enough finding out what really happened later. Knowing that he cut her head off and threw it in a river....not something a kid needs to know about his uncle.

    I grew up from age 8 (that's how old I was when it happened) absolutely TERRIFIED that my uncle would get out of prison and come murder our whole family. Nowadays, I feel some level of....sympathy, perhaps?....that he was basically abandoned by the family (except his sister, my aunt, and his daughter), but I have to admit, it still gives me the shivers to think of his ever being released.
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    Top Ten Serial Killers who are free right now.

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    I have no doubt that is an interesting thing to see, but I'm too chicken shit to look. If there is a serial killer close to where I am, I don't want to know about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mammy View Post
    I have no doubt that is an interesting thing to see, but I'm too chicken shit to look. If there is a serial killer close to where I am, I don't want to know about it.
    All you have to do, if you run into one of those creeps is say "I'd like you to meet a friend of mine. His name is Sam Colt!" LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewEnglander View Post
    All you have to do, if you run into one of those creeps is say "I'd like you to meet a friend of mine. His name is Sam Colt!" LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewEnglander View Post
    All you have to do, if you run into one of those creeps is say "I'd like you to meet a friend of mine. His name is Sam Colt!" LOL
    I'd shit myself and have a heart attack before they had a chance to lay their hands on me. Lol

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    Love, Love, Love Matthew Santoro videos on youtube! But yes, all of the serial killers that are out, is quite scary!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mammy View Post
    I'd shit myself and have a heart attack before they had a chance to lay their hands on me. Lol
    Except I would hope I had the heart attack first...lol!
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    OK he had me until he included the "Smiley Face Killer". I don't believe in that theory at all. I think the graffiti is coincidence (I don't know how close the face has to be to the body, but I am guessing I could find a smiley face graffiti within a couple of blocks of where I am now, and so could lots of people who live in an urban area) and the fact that drunk guys who live near a body of water end up drowned is not so unusual that I would chalk it up to a serial killer, or even murder for that matter. I think we have a thread about the SFK theory in here somewhere. Maybe it's true but I'm just not buying it.


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    One would think that a serial killer would get the death sentence or mandatory life sentence.

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    Serial Thriller miniseries ID

    I honestly searched for a thread on Ted Bundy and very surprisingly nothing came up. I'm sure I didn't do it correctly, so please merge. Anyway, is anyone watching this? Serial Thriller on ID, a 3 part miniseries. I'm not too impressed so far; the guy playing Ted is not near good looking enough. There really isn't much suspense or anything I didn't pretty much already know. I'm hoping the last night will be worth it. I was expecting something more along the lines of the "Helter Skelter" movie that came out in '76. Opinions? Am I the only one wasting my time?

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    Did you try searching under "Serial Killer?" Next time use more than a name, and if you can't find something like Bundy then please send a PM to a staff member.
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    Sorry - I wasn't sure, since it's a movie, where to put it. Thanks for the correction.

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    That was a waste of 3 hours

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    It seemed really choppy and the guy playing Ted was all wrong.

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    I watched it. I liked it but I agree about the guy playing Bundy. I actually thought the guy was better looking than Bundy, though I admit I have never thought he was as good looking as articles mention. I think part of the reason they cast him is because they were obviously trying to keep it somewhat secret who he was at least in the first part. For anyone not really familiar with details, they wouldn't have known. With the area and the other guy who was suspected named Gary I'm sure some thought the story could be about the Green River Killer, until they actually named Ted Bundy in part 2.

    I've heard they have another Serial Thriller "event" planned for December but I already forgot what the subtitle is instead of Angel of Decay or whatever this one was.

    oops forgot to mention to those of you won't don't see commercial ID is having a special about Bundy this coming Sunday with the investigators who were involved in the case. Does anyone know the name of the woman he lived with in Washington with her daughter while all this was going on? The one who found all the receipts in the glove box of the car? Was she a real person or just a character for the movie?
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    I believe she was real. Her first name was Liz, tho I'm sure it's probably short for Elizabeth. I believe she is named in the Wiki entry. There was a good bit left out, including the woman he "married" during his trial. I guess what I didn't care for was that it wasn't a documentary really, kind of a fact based story. But you didn't care about any of the characters. Bundy wasn't particularly scary in his sinister ways; the detective, although he was working hard, didn't come off as much of a person. I had a hard time figuring the Liz character out. Too much Findadeath, true crime to appreciate this predigested stuff I guess.

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    I'll have to read his Wiki page. I did search a few things and found some stuff about the woman (something Boone) who he married, and possibly had his kid but got distracted by something else, lol. I think I started reading about women who marry serial killers or something.

    I agree this movie wasn't really for the FAD/true crime crowd.


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    Have you noticed

    That the age of serial killers is completely over and there are no more serial killers with sensational names (The Night Stalker, Bundy, Gehn, Dahmer, BTK, Zodiac, Unabomber, John Wayne Gacy).While those famous cases are indeed tragic, crimes in modern day sense have completely out shadowed crimes of the past. It feels as though there is only faceless terrorism now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDude View Post
    That the age of serial killers is completely over and there are no more serial killers with sensational names (The Night Stalker, Bundy, Gehn, Dahmer, BTK, Zodiac, Unabomber, John Wayne Gacy).While those famous cases are indeed tragic, crimes in modern day sense have completely out shadowed crimes of the past. It feels as though there is only faceless terrorism now.
    Not right now there aren't, and I agree it's because the media is all wrapped up in terrorists and domestic violence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDude View Post
    That the age of serial killers is completely over and there are no more serial killers with sensational names (The Night Stalker, Bundy, Gehn, Dahmer, BTK, Zodiac, Unabomber, John Wayne Gacy).While those famous cases are indeed tragic, crimes in modern day sense have completely out shadowed crimes of the past. It feels as though there is only faceless terrorism now.
    Its happening so fast the media doesn't have time to come up with names.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McCourt View Post
    Its happening so fast the media doesn't have time to come up with names.
    There's that. I read years ago there were at least five serial killers hunting in every major city. I don't want to think what that count is today. Crime is up everywhere. I mean there are shootout on Main Street in my hometown and they just nabbed a serial rapist--in Btown, now. And it wouldn't surprise me if a serial killer raises it's head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    There's that. I read years ago there were at least five serial killers hunting in every major city. I don't want to think what that count is today. Crime is up everywhere. I mean there are shootout on Main Street in my hometown and they just nabbed a serial rapist--in Btown, now. And it wouldn't surprise me if a serial killer raises it's head.
    With the current state of the world serial killers are not having the same media impact. In one week we have had multiple shootings, a terrorist murdering dozens of people with a truck and mass stabbings on a train. Many people are constantly in a heightened state of fear, given that it usually takes time to establish that a serial is at work, they will just become another cog in the machine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nimbus View Post
    With the current state of the world serial killers are not having the same media impact. In one week we have had multiple shootings, a terrorist murdering dozens of people with a truck and mass stabbings on a train. Many people are constantly in a heightened state of fear, given that it usually takes time to establish that a serial is at work, they will just become another cog in the machine.
    You're right about this. With these terrorist attacks and now the attacks on police officers, it seems like the serial killers have to take a back seat. I'm sure they're still being investigated but the media seems to have shifted focus on the other killers. I'm not saying that what they're focusing on isn't important, it obviously affects us all; however, the families being impacted by serial killers are in no less pain than the families of other victims. These victims deserve the same focus and attention as they used to receive.

    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    There's that. I read years ago there were at least five serial killers hunting in every major city. I don't want to think what that count is today. Crime is up everywhere. I mean there are shootout on Main Street in my hometown and they just nabbed a serial rapist--in Btown, now. And it wouldn't surprise me if a serial killer raises it's head.
    I think you're right. What better time for these guys to remain under the radar because as I said in my response to Nimbus above, the focus for serial killers and their victims from media and police, etc., is no longer front page or top priority and that's just not right. What history has shown us when it comes to murders of police officers, all other investigations will cease when the police is trying to find cop killers. That's not just because they are giving fellow officers priority (which is understandable) but they figure if someone is going to go after police officers, no one else is safe because the killers of cops usually want to go out in a blaze of glory so they can get their fame.
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    Doesn't feel like serial killings and there's no style to them anymore it's either just shoot or blow people up. There are no more crimes in the macabre.

    I don't wish death upon anyone but if there is a serial killer in the area and they discover where the victims have been kept, I want the face of the first responder as they enter the room to be like this



    I must be out of my mind by saying this or maybe this is my morbid side talking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDude View Post
    Doesn't feel like serial killings and there's no style to them anymore it's either just shoot or blow people up. There are no more crimes in the macabre.

    I don't wish death upon anyone but if there is a serial killer in the area and they discover where the victims have been kept, I want the face of the first responder as they enter the room to be like this



    I must be out of my mind by saying this or maybe this is my morbid side talking.
    What we have been seeing lately is mass murdering not serial killing. Driving a truck into a crowd of people is entirely different to a serial killers MO. There is not the psychological gratification in killing a bunch of people in a spree that there is in the way that most serial killers operate, no element of testing oneself, getting away with it or evading capture and that's before you even factor in any sexual element. It's just entirely different. I don't find it morbid, I find it fascinating. The compulsion to kill again and again, and the incredibly complex reasons that some serials give for why they do it will never cease to interest me. Some poor deluded fool who has been brainwashed into acting on behalf of a terrorist organization just doesn't have the same interest. I know their motivation no matter how they try and dress it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nimbus View Post
    What we have been seeing lately is mass murdering not serial killing. Driving a truck into a crowd of people is entirely different to a serial killers MO. There is not the psychological gratification in killing a bunch of people in a spree that there is in the way that most serial killers operate, no element of testing oneself, getting away with it or evading capture and that's before you even factor in any sexual element. It's just entirely different. I don't find it morbid, I find it fascinating. The compulsion to kill again and again, and the incredibly complex reasons that some serials give for why they do it will never cease to interest me. Some poor deluded fool who has been brainwashed into acting on behalf of a terrorist organization just doesn't have the same interest. I know their motivation no matter how they try and dress it up.
    To me the terrorists are just products of the world Government and they cite they do it for their religion but wars have been fought in the name of God since the dawn of time. To me God is a scapegoat and no reason to gun someone down over.

    Give me someone like Albert Fish, Zodiac, Manson or Son of Sam over any one of these terrorist fucks.

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    Islamic terrorists are the most boring form of evil. Can't even remember half their archaic names. We need more interesting serial killers with cool names. Plus it gives cops something else to shoot at other than black males.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seagorath View Post
    Islamic terrorists are the most boring form of evil. Can't even remember half their archaic names. We need more interesting serial killers with cool names. Plus it gives cops something else to shoot at other than black males.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seagorath View Post
    Islamic terrorists are the most boring form of evil. Can't even remember half their archaic names. We need more interesting serial killers with cool names. Plus it gives cops something else to shoot at other than black males.
    Hear! Hear!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seagorath View Post
    Islamic terrorists are the most boring form of evil. Can't even remember half their archaic names. We need more interesting serial killers with cool names. Plus it gives cops something else to shoot at other than black males.
    Tired of hearing about dudes named Mohammed? LOL
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    Active Serial Killers Who Still Haven't Been Caught

    The Serial Street Shooter



    In the summer of 2016, police in Phoenix, Arizona began urgently searching for a murderer they dubbed the "Serial Street Shooter." From March to July, the assailant managed to kill seven people and wound two others (ranging in age from late teens to early 60s), each time with a semi-automatic handgun. The shooter always attacked at night, and was seen by multiple witnesses standing outside of his car. Although the killings all happened around the low-income neighborhood of Maryvale, none of the victims seem to be connected to each other or the suspect. The police department and district attorney's office announced they would offer a $30,000 reward to anyone with any information that could help them catch the Serial Street Shooter. MORE: http://www.ranker.com/list/ongoing-k...ike-rothschild
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    At least they gave him a name.

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