One of the X-Rays of Fish’s pelvic region revealed 29 needles that had been inserted in his body and left there.
Numbered stakes indicate where the bodies of John Wayne Gacy’s victims were found
in the crawl space beneath his suburban home. Twenty-nine bodies, all young males,
were recovered from Gacy’s home. Four others were found in Illinois rivers.
Children of Darkness is an Oscar nominated 1983 documentary film produced and written by Richard Kotuk and Ara Chekmayan. It explored the topic of juvenile psychiatry - an acute lack of mental health care in America for seriously emotionally disturbed youth.
Many children in these institutions were simply warehoused and the common basic form of therapy was drugs, which didn’t really help the kids but merely controlled them. The film not only uncovered the mistreatments in mental institutions but it also captured the cold realization that mental illness can happen to anyone. Public mental institutions were not just for the poor. Children from middle class families and upper middle class families often ended up there due to inadequate insurance money and dwindled savings.
Sarah Johnson came from a small, affluent town in Idaho. She was sweet 16, athletic, had a supportive brother and great parents who tried to give her the things in life that would make her happy and help her grow. To many her age, Sarah Johnson had it all. But there was one thing Sarah couldn’t have because her parents would not allow it and that was enough for her to decide that they were in the way and needed to go.
So I just got into uni and will be studying psychology if people are interested I would be glad to post interesting things I discover in my studies
"Satanists need to have more faith than Christians, because Christ was seen and felt. Lucifer has never felt the need to be seen, but in everyone’s soul he can be felt."
At around the age of 12, Karla became obsessed with the Hardy Boys and the Nancy Drew mysteries. She bought a crime fighting kit and vowed that she would grow up to be a police woman.
Karla once told her friend Tracy Collins, “You know what I’d like to do…..? I’d like to put dots all over somebody’s body and take a knife and then play connect the dots and then pour vinegar all over them.” Tracy dutifully reported that to her parents who, logically enough, would no longer let her associate with Karla. They said she was strange and domineering and that Tracy’s grades had slipped during the period of their friendship.
MARK Errin Rust was just 13 when he started following pretty girls, all the while fantasising about having sex with them.
Later, he found gratification in exposing himself, thrilled by the horrified reactions of his victims.
His sexual urges increased in intensity and frequency - as did his hatred for women, caused by a series of failed relationships and his own poor health.
Rust’s every move became frustrated by Kleinfelter’s Syndrome, which left him infertile and frustrated his heightened predatory desires. That frustration finally culminated in murder and rape.
Supreme Court Justice Margaret Nyland jailed the 39-year-old for life without parole for the brutal murders of Croatian immigrant Maya Jakioc and Japanese schoolgirl Megumi Suzuki.
David Parker Ray was a suspected American serial killer and known torturer of women. Though no bodies were found, he was accused by his accomplices of killing several people and suspected by police to have murdered as many as sixty people from Arizona and Albuquerque, New Mexico area, while living in the town of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, though none of his victims came from there. He has been given the moniker “Toy-Box Killer”.
This is a photo of the box he would put his victims head in while he tortured them.