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Serial Killer Traits

ablog2After being arrested in 1991, Jeffrey Dahmer was given a standardized psychometric test for adult personality and psychopathology, conducted by the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory.

The results indicated that Dahmer was sane during the murders and fully understood the difference between right and wrong.

However, Dahmer had serious problems with depression, along with a paranoid fear of others being hostile to him, which brought him into isolation.

It makes you wonder if that’s all it takes for someone to become a serial killer.

Depression.

Fear.

Isolation.

Dahmer was described as a shy boy that kept to himself and didn’t have many friends. His elementary teacher attempted to help him interact with other students, but it didn’t work.

Is that a warning sign of a serial killer? Bill Gates was described as a shy boy that kept to himself and didn’t have many friends. His elementary teacher attempted to help him interact with other students, but it didn’t work.

It seems that every child has a chance to change the world for the better…or worse.

“There comes a point where a person has to be accountable for what he’s done. You can’t go around making excuses, blaming other people or other things. So I alone am the one who is responsible for what’s happened. The only motive was to completely control a person and keep them as along as possible…even if it meant keeping just a part of them.”
~ Jeffrey Dahmer

Do you want more great behind the scenes of serial killers? Check out Man the Animal along with other terrific books by Dino Gualano.

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Ron Knight

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