NSFW: Confession of a Serial Killer

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  1. Known_Unknown

    Known_Unknown Devil's Advocate Stars and Ambassadors

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    A disturbing, yet somehow riveting account of the infamous "Iceman", who murdered over 200 people in cold blood:

     
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    I watched the whole thing, and Part 2 as well.

    I found it both repulsing and fascinating at the same time. From the interview itself, he even comes across as a somewhat likable and "friendly" guy. During the interview, he doesn't display the impulsive anger that he undoubtedly showed throughout his life.
     
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    Exactly. When I picture a serial killer in my mind, I picture an evil, twisted sociopath and expect him to be somehow different from the rest of us "normal" folks.....almost recognizably different. I expect to see some major flaw or shortcoming in the person's behaviour or appearance so I can immediately confirm my worst fears about him. But interviews like this are very unsettling because if I saw this guy on the street, I would never be able to identify him as a mass murderer.

    Kinda scary because you never know what kind of people you might run into on the streets...especially his stories of the man walking his dog or the crossbow victim....wth...I mean just random people going about their everyday business having no inkling of what lay seconds ahead of them! :shocked:
     
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    His victims were not "just random people going about their everyday business".

    Kuklinski worked for the Gambino Family.

    Gambino Crime Family - The New York Times

    His victims were much like him, just not as good at killing.

    New Jersey has no death penalty, so Kuklinski lives on to make scary HBO Specials. Good for ratings, you see.
     

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