Kill for fun.



Reblogged from tedbunny

I adore these crime scenes photos.
I mean all that blood and corpes,it’s just perfect.Maybe after all I am a little bit crazy.

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life-s—a-bitch:

Jeff Dahmer interview

Reblogged from tedbunny

tedbunny:

Darya Nikolayevna Saltykova was a russian nobel from Moscow, who was responsible for the torture and murder of over 100 of her own servant girls. She was found guilty of having killed 38 people, although 138 suspicious deaths were counted in total. She was sentenced to life imprisonment, but before she started her sentence she was made to stand on a platform in Moscow for one hour wearing a sign that read ‘This woman has tortured and murdered’.

I’ll just go somwhere and die.

Too many broken hearts have fallen in the river,
Too many lonely souls have drifted out to sea.

It would be such an adventure to die.

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plentyoftelescopeeyes:

Richard Ramirez

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thatvintagepyt:

“Ted Bundy was intelligent. He.. he grew up and he found… in his mind… his own pleasures. These were his pleasures. A man’s own pleasures are his own business, I think. He liked to do what he did, which was kidnap women, have sex with them, torture them, and kill them and whatever else. On the outside, to whomever he met on the street he seemed like a very normal man, one you would never suspect of doing such things.”
 
-Richard Ramirez.

thatvintagepyt:

“Ted Bundy was intelligent. He.. he grew up and he found… in his mind… his own pleasures. These were his pleasures. A man’s own pleasures are his own business, I think. He liked to do what he did, which was kidnap women, have sex with them, torture them, and kill them and whatever else. On the outside, to whomever he met on the street he seemed like a very normal man, one you would never suspect of doing such things.”

 

-Richard Ramirez.