Article: The brain of a serial killer…is a story about child abuse
This article talks about the common links between serial killers. It shows that most serial killers have high levels of childhood trauma, many of them have common behaviors of not only rage and violence but also, overeating, alcoholism, inappropriate sex and workaholism. The rage and violence are just coping skills to deal with their childhood problems.
Article: Serial Killer-Nature vs. Nurture
This article examines whether or not a serial killer became a killer because of the type of nurture they received, or lack there of, or if it was just the nature of the person. It explains how not all killers became that way because of neglect or child abuse, some killers actually grew up in a stable and good environment.
Article: The Incidence of Child Abuse in Serial Killers
Authors: Heather Mitchell and Michael G. Aamodt (Radford University)
This article talks about and shows a chart of serial killers who were abused as children. It goes into detail on whether or not they were physically, sexually, or mentally abused, also if they were neglected or not. It acknowledges what abuse can do to one person, and how it most likely affected serial killers and their behaviors later in life.
The article, “Serial Killers and Childhood Abuse: Is there a Link?”, on Crime Traveller explains how there are many relations between serial killers being abused as children. It explains how their mannerisms could have been affected by whether or not they were abused.
This is an accurate article because the writer of this piece, Fiona Guy, has an Honors degree in Psychology and a Masters degree in Psychological Research from the University of Glasgow. (http://www.crimetraveller.org/2015/07/serial-killers-childhood-abuse/)
What might explain Ted Bundy's reason to kill?
Primary Purpose is to understand what lead to his killings.
Did his father figure affect him?
How did he grow obsessed with crimes?
Why was he such a disturbed child?
Why did he use his smarts for bad?
Ted Bundy's disturbing childhood lead to his many killings
Do you believe that witchcraft actually exist? Witchcraft plays many roles in this society. Witchcraft is the practice of magic and the use of spells and the invocation of spirits. I read article about modern day witchcraft in northeast India that had about 2,000 people accused of being witches and being killed in India over 15 years in poor. The victims were nearly all women who swept from modern day witch hunts. People who are often accused witch hunts by a neighbor or family member who might blame devious sorcery for a bad harvest or unexplained illness.
The issue of physician assisted suicide (PAS) is more applicable to us than we would like to think. It can affect anyone who is in the unfortunate place of facing a terrible disease or accident, and with this, it also impacts family and friends. This issue revolves around allowing a doctor to prescribe lethal doses of medicine, or to provide the information that assists in death.
For every group of people, there is a biased group to go along with it. In the LGBT community, this group of people would be the anti-gays. People who don’t support this community in any shape or form.
There have been many refugee tragedies for a while. Some people might ask why but they all know that is because of war. People don’t want to die so they run, and when they run it is for their lives. Whether they live or not is unknown, but some live and some die. When they die it is tragic because they are usually so close to safety.
Context: Lennie helped write her sister Bailey’s eulogy for her funeral, but found little interest in sharing in it her true feelings about the death of her sister. Given her tendency to write poems to Bailey and throw them in random places, I expect Lennie would have written a real eulogy; thoughts to be shared with her dead sister only. This is what I imagine Lennie would write, perhaps found in a bottle floating in a river or stuck on a branch and titling it Bailey Walker: A Eulogy, Revised.
First off, the book Project Cain is a very hard to understand and a very non-descriptive book. The author oftenly jumps around and never describes the events clearly, but it is a good book worth reading if you are interested into mystery and suspense novels. The main character, Jeff Jacobson, learns that he is cloned to a deadly serial killer named Jeffery Dahmer. He also then learns that other deadly serial killers are being cloned, and he has to stop it with another guy named Castillo.
Today, I am here to express how I feel about this story.
When it was 2009 it was a regular day and someone pick me up early.They told me that they just wanted to pick me up early to do somethings.I found out when i got to my grandmas house that she pasted away.
When i got there the bed was empty and i stared crying.I tasted my tears falling from my face.Then i layed in my grandmas bed and smelled old people blankets.
Now that I've made a map and a video about Living Up The Street by Gary Soto, I am noticing that this book is almost is like poetry because of how he points out every single detail of his life to the book.
In tech class, we are learnning about how we can actually benifit and learn fron video games. This is one game called Ayiti, which teaches you about the cost of life. It's very hard to keep the family health, happy, and educated with a lack of money.
Ok so to be honest, this game sort of freaked me out a bit. When I first kept on playing, I remembered playing it in the 6th grade, and discovering how difficult maintaining a family in 'Ayiti' really is.
All of my characters continued to either die, get extremely ill (bloody, intestine swelling, etc.)
After trying the game 3 times, I finally managed to let my family succeed and improve their education, health, and a LITTLE BIT of happiness. Want to know my secret of cracking the code? *suspenseful music in background* Alright, I'll tell you:
As I have been researching the dangers of journalism in Russia a see one name more often than any other, Novaya Gazeta. In 2010 an article titled Professional hazard: murder (stet) by Tina Burrett tells about the difficulties that still exist for Russian journalists. Tina Burrett found that when asking about the media to the media she is confronted with much suspicion. The second part of Burrett’s article is on the Novaya Gazeta a controversial paper that opposes the Kremlin and Putin’s regime.
He was about to push me off, then I rolled to my left and got up and quickly grabbed him. Boom, boom. I gave him two quick blows to the face and now it was my turn. I pushed him up against the rail and then he pushed me off him again and he punched me in my jaw. But I was too fast. He came in for another punch but I blocked it with my left arm and kicked him, and Ajai’s body fell of the edge of the building. It was over, it was all over at last. Then I fell to the ground.
Hatred feels like a burning fury never dying down,
The smell is horrible but unknown.
A knife through your enemy’s heart is what you often may wish,
Yet somehow you are always attached to those you hate most.
The touch of hatred can kill a man,
But hearing it coming is worse that any death.
When hatred’s taste reaches your mouth there is only emptiness.
Somehow though you cannot truly hate your enemies.
Hatred’s fingers are like putting your hands into boiling oil,
then into freezing water.
There is no escape from hate.
Where there is hate, there will always love.
In Cambodia, through the scenario living off in a rural village area, a 36 year old named Pov Sovann is accused of killing people of black magic. There were around 200 people approaching him outside his house with wooden sticks and stones yelling at him. They all believed that he intentionally brought death upon six families in the village over the past two years with no prior history of diseases. Furthermore, Sovann was being accused of being a witch because of the women in the corpse that had centipedes roaming around her body is a sign of a curse.
According to “Seven Accused African Witches Burned to Death,” Benjamin Radford discusses the consequences of over believing in magic of some Africans, which is the death of seven people that got accused for being a witch. Radford states that a large population in Africa believe in magic and use magic in their daily life. However, Radford also says that sometime the belief in magic is a knife that stab them back when something is unusual or happen without a clear explanation occur in their life. In those situation, people often blame it for the act of a witch and suspect other for being witch.
Rules of Engagement are defined as rules that allow U.S. Military Personnel to act violently on an enemy for a certain justified reason. By enforcing these rules the deaths of civilians and innocents is supposed to be limited. I find it interesting to find very different views on the Rules of Engagement.
Witchcraft began in the around the 1000 AD, today witchcraft is still seen all over the world. Recently an article posted spoke of many different punishments being given around the world for witchcraft. Witchcraft is seen as an act of the supernatural that may be associated with the devil or bad spirits. As you read on, try to think if these cases can be caused by witchcraft or is it just a natural act of the world.
Most people have heard of the "Percy Jackson and The Olympians" series, and maybe even the "Heroes of Olympus" series. Well, if so, then you've obviously heard of Percy Jackson, who found out that Annabeth Chase, the love of his life, was a traitor. Soon after this being found out, she was killed by the gods, and Percy wandered through Olympus. He then meets Artemis, and tells her about his dilemma. After doing so, she teleports him to Camp Half Blood and leaves. Soon after, Percy meets with Zeus to get himself a purpose.
I have always wondered why Shakespeare’s writing was always such a huge part of culture and how it developed so much hype even hundreds of years after his time. My literature and composition 9 class is reading “Romeo and Juliet” right now, and I believe I understand why his writing is so unique. He finds a way to use so many different writing mediums including sonnets, long poems, shorter poems, and many more. Also, he has a way to manipulate words to capture the reader’s attention and help expand the idea and story of his writing.
Syria as a country has never been excepting of the gay life style, and in fact it is illegal for gay people to have sexual relations the penalty is up to three years in prison.
Of late however ISIS has brought to light there stunning dislike toward the LGBT community. Videos have been released by ISIS showing the brutal murders of several gay men; they were thrown off buildings and then stoned to death. The saddest thing about the videos is that you can see masses of bystanders with no facial expressions show no sign fear at the events taking place.
Mocking jay is about a girl named katniss, that had won the hunger games more than once. President snow, the leader of all the districts, had noticed something in katniss that he didn't like in the first hunger games that she competed in. He realized she could be a major weapon in the rebellion. Katniss is a strong hearted woman in and out of the games. Her job was to get all the districts on her side and rebel against president snow.