Massive Cult of Serial Killers

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posted on Apr, 19 2013 @ 11:38 AM
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No, it's not very fine and well.
When I have to watch commercial after commercial advertising beer, movies, and video games and I don't ever see commercials for the latest books coming out, how else do you expect people to sell their research and conclusions except to do interviews?
Some people think everything is a telemarketing scheme.

If you actually decide to listen to what the man has to say regarding his RESEARCH and FINDINGS, go ahead and start the interview after the first hour has passed. The first part is mainly about the planets and how Saturn came to be and why it's worshiped. Some might find this boring and he only mentions his book maybe twice in the entire hour. It really bothers me how some people think authors shouldn't be allowed to discuss the research contained in the books they labored to write. Red Ice Radio is one of the most credible shows out there. It's not designed to push people's books, but it is there to entice people to educate themselves further. You know the saying, you can lead a horse to water...




posted on Apr, 19 2013 @ 08:36 PM
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Originally posted by SouthExpected
For being insane, they sometimes say.. interesting things.


It's nothing you'd understand, but I do have something to say. In fact, I have a lot to say, but now is not the time or place. I don't know why I'm wasting my time or breath. But what the hell? As for what is said of my life, there have been lies in the past and there will be lies in the future. I don't believe in the hypocritical, moralistic dogma of this so-called civilized society. I need not look beyond this room to see all the liars, hater, the killers, the crooks, the paranoid cowards--truly trematodes of the Earth, each one in his own legal profession. You maggots make me sick-- hypocrites one and all. And no one knows that better than those who kill for policy, clandestinely or openly, as do the governments of the world, which kill in the name of God and country or for whatever reason they deem appropriate. I don't need to hear all of society's rationalizations, I've heard them all before and the fact remains that what is, is


The Night Stalker had apparently some deep hatred against hypocrites.


I read somewhere that the difference between a sociopath and a psychopath is that the sociopath knows that they are different & that there is something wrong with them, the psychopath, however, thinks that there is nothing wrong with them they have elaborate justifications for the things that they do, or believe that everyone is just as bad as they are.



posted on Apr, 19 2013 @ 08:45 PM
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One of the previous posters mentioned considerable numbers of people going missing in the national forests. I worked for the USFS for several years and did not hear of any peculiar numbers of people going missing in national forests, however I only worked on one forest.
No particular offense to anybody that lives there but I get a subtle creepy feeling when I find myself in Calaveras county.



posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 09:01 AM
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Oh, no doubt. Lots of drifters and unsavory types like to make camp in wooded areas. These types of people could be dangerous, and they could draw the sort of people who prey on the homeless and underclasses. No one makes a big stink if a prostitute, or a wino, or a bum goes missing. Happens more often than you would think.



posted on Apr, 24 2013 @ 09:45 PM
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Anyone know anything about Charlie Manson's father? I'm looking into his background, and there's the occasional couple of claims that he was programmed by the CIA as some sort of "MK Ultra"esque pawn. Now, I find these claims doubtful, but they claim that they Manson Family murders were carried out to distract the public from the assassination of Robert Kennedy. Now, the only reason I would give these claims any consideration was the fact that there are indeed bizaare elements of the case. I mean, Bugliosi was involved in the investigation into Robert Kennedy's death as well, and he was a man who made a living dancing on the graves of the murdered, writing lurid pulpy "true" crime novels. Not the best sort of man, despite him having good publicity.

Also, there is conspicuously little detail on Manson's father. A last name and an occupation. We know more about his brother than we do about him. Bizaare thing about Colonel Scott's brother is that he was found murdered, with a dozen punctures into his chest.



posted on May, 1 2013 @ 07:05 PM
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I also wonder about David Berkowitz, the son of Sam. You see, Berkowitz made a lot of hasty retractions about his motives after he was attacked by unknown assailants in the nineties. They carved up his throat real nice, almost hit the fun spots. But, he lived, and grew reluctant to talk about such things afterwards.

You know what I've been wondering about lately? The name, Son of Sam. Berkowitz wasn't a son of a man named Sam. He did have a neighbor, Sam Carr, though. And he said that Sam Carr was literally the Devil in human form. Now, that's a really red flag sort of thing there. Like, it's real flywheel peculiar. Perhaps there was something to Berkowitz's claims of accomplices. In a few of his interviews, he makes a lot of references to others who were also involved in satanic activities with him. But, they slinked away it seems.





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