posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 07:49 AM
a reply to: Harvin
I did have a source, which I glanced at, and remembering seeing interviews with David in jail in which he's going on and on about Jesus, just posted
to make a point.
However, Berkowitz (who was born Falco) was indeed raised Jewish, and it turns out, someone has proven that he was actually Jewish in biological
ethnicity. He believed his neighbor's dog was talking to him, and that the dog was a demon that was forcing him to do its will.
Then, a couple of years after his arrest, he confessed that he had made the whole "demon" story up.
He radically changed his story once again about 20 years after he was arrested and "confessed" in the mid-1990s that he was a part of a violent
Satanic cult. Additional investigations based on these new "clues" unsurprisingly found no other corroborating evidence for the 2nd "new story."
I'm sure you know all that, but I wanted to correct my error with as much good information as I could. I used
as a source this time instead of my own failing memory.
My point was, and still is, that many psychotics attribute their motivations to imaginary beings, that doesn't mean that the imaginary beings are