Why would a person choose a fairy-tale that is extremely gloomy and dark, and not choose one that's all love and joy? I still ask myself today, cause I have no reason why I did this tale. It's the story of a man, who ties up a bunny to a tree, and keeps it there in the winter. But, the wife, having remorse decides to release the bunny, as that's the last decision she ever makes. The bunny leaps onto the wife, killing her, and decides to disguise himself as the man's wife.
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
My story is, in a way, kind of three PBS KIDS TV shows mashed together. The three shows are "Clifford the Big, Red Dog", "Bob the Builder", and "Barney". I chose these shows because their main characters are portrayed as innocent and I wanted to see what it would be like to alternate their personalities a little. Hence, because the original characters from the TV shows are copyrighted, I had to change their names slightly.
Okay, so my story is about a murderer who can murder people by just thinking about it. The actual effect this has on the animation is that they pixelate away into nothingness, usually with blood all over themselves, because he can imagine how they die. The story starts off as the main character, Victor is being cornered by a security guard. He uses his powers to kill the security guard and escape. He then proceeds to meet 3 other people, who were lost. Ruby and her boyfriend Kyle, and Ruby's younger brother Jeb. What happens next... Let's just say it doesn't end well for anyone.
As a child, I was regularly advised that I shouldn’t return the hate that was directed towards me; to not fight fire with fire. This principle can be used in many aspects of our lives beyond just mild arguments. Before looking into it, I whole heartedly supported the death penalty. It seemed like a rational way to put problems to rest, literally. However once I began to widen my perspective, it became clear that my intuition had been flawed because I was missing some undeniable facts.
I really enjoyed Down the Rabbit Hole. It brought culture, plot, and characters together in a storm of mystery and intrigue. The book revolved around the theme of being trapped, for Vincent because of the letter he wrote, for Grampy because of his farm, and for Ingrid because of the murder she played a part in. Feeling trapped is a strong emotion that it is easy to relate to, so it is unsurprising that readers get pulled into this whirlwind mystery.
I believe that Anton Karazai did not hang himself for many reasons. Why would a guy with great fortune, fame, and money suddenly commit suicide? Lets just say that he did go through depression. He still had all of these benefits around him to make him feel better. In my opinion, I believe that Mr. Karazai was murdered by his son because his death was so unexpected and strange.
Based on the evidence in The Case of the Dead Musician I have concluded that Mr. Karazai was murdered by his son. My reasons include the evidence from the coroner, evidence from the crime scene photos, and evidence from a journal found on the crime scene.
The book Confessions of a Murder Suspect by James Patterson is about a girl named Tandy. She is trying to solve the murder of her parents. Anyone and everyone is a suspect she will stop at nothing to discover the truth even if it is one of her twin brothers. From what I read some things don’t add up like the nanny that knows too much about the family or the fact that some memories of Tandy that have been erased are coming back.
The book The Mystery behind Jack the Ripper by Vickie Britton is about a honorary gentleman that was so disgusted with prostitution that he decided it was justice to kill the prostitutes. He would rip and carve out their bodies afterward in his mind as a way of cleansing them of their sins. I felt that even though it made sense why he did what he did. It was still a twisted way of thinking and did not justify what he did to the woman he murdered.
The book I read for my IRP was The Indian Killer by Sherman Alexie. Alexie was known as a satirical and somewhat comical author, and he wanted the to change; so he wrote this book. The story follows a Native American man named John Smith, who was adopted by a rich, white family as a baby. John is very troubled and seems to have a small level of mental illness. He wanders the streets of Seattle for a large portion of the book and it shows you what is happening inside of his head and he believes that almost everyone is out to hurt him.
Beloved is a novel by the American writer Toni Morrison. The book concerns the story of Sethe and her daughter Denver after their escape from slavery. Their home in Cincinnati is haunted by a revenant whom they believe to be the ghost of Sethe's daughter. Because of the haunting—which often involves objects being thrown around the room—Sethe's youngest daughter Denver is shy, friendless, and housebound, and her sons, Howard and Buglar, have run away from home by age 13. Baby Suggs, the mother of Sethe's husband Halle, dies in her bed soon afterward.
All of May and part of June I had been reading the book The Poisoner's Handbook. As part of the monthly advisory project I had to look into the book at a deeper level, do some outside research on the material in it. Picking up the book at random in my school library I ended up waist high in forensic study, okay maybe not that much. But study I did for 5 minutes reading 12 pages of Wikipedia babble and a super awkward subject of training robots to sniff out dead bodies in a "scholarly article", aka pop sci.
Those who don’t know any better may think people from Oakland ,California are bad people or dangerous ,because of how high our murder rate is and the bad things they heard about the people from here.
But we know that a lot of successful and intelligent people come out of Oakland. For example i'm extremely smart and im from Oakland. I know that as long as i apply myself i can do good in school and whatever else i do.
Recently, I have been studying the murder of 17-year-old Jordan Davis. At first, I thought he killed someone and got arrested for the crime then realized that it was him who was killed. After I read the article in the newspaper, I figured he got into a fight with the killer, but then I saw what really happened on the channel 4 news. I knew that many people would feel some type of way, because he was killed over loud music.
Supernatural: Fresh Meat
By Alice Henderson
Sam and Dean were just getting back to there normal. Going out to hunt some monter, kill it, and save people. But everything changes when they go to kill a Windego and end up hunting something they dindt even know existed.
Sam and Dean have always know what they were hunting, and knew how to kill it. But there are no records of this creature. With no records to go off of Sam and Dean can't save the innocent victims of this creature.
Recently in English class, we've been studying about Jordan Davis. At first, I thought Jordan Davis murdered a person, but then I found out that he was the one who was murdered. When i read/heard about it I went on Google and search. I started to think: Wow there are so many black kids getting killed and so many people are getting away with it. It would not be right if Mr. Dunn got away with it. I know that many people feel that.
Last time i read, questions that were running through my head is , Will nick find Jack or is Jack already dead? Nick is an investigator that was hired to find Mrs Childers brother which she knows was associated with her no good husband Chilly. Mrs. Childers probably knew that her husband had something to do with her brother’s disappearance but was too afraid to approach him about the situation.
After reading book 1, Bigger is guilty for the murder of Mary Dalton because he considered on putting a pillow over Mary's head and slice her white throat with a blade as he described it in the book 1, But I believe he did this because he has gone through a lot with his life by going through thing that he don't like which are having to find a job to support his own family, planning on robbery with his friends, and having to be the main man of the house. He has to take more responsibility on the thing that goes in his head and now there is more pressure going through him.
Reading Native Son, no one can deny the truth that Bigger is a murderer, who killed Mary, a white girl, and also the daughter of his boss, Mr.Dalton.However, thinking about what happen inside Bigger through the book, we can see that it is not completely Bigger's fault that lead to the murder. First of all, Bigger unintentionally killed Mary when he was drunk. A drunk man cannot control his own mind and his own body. He just wanted to shut down Mary's voice so that Mrs.Dalton wouldn't hear her voice. He never though that she would die.
I believe it is Bigger's fault for the murdering of Mary Dalton because it was he who let the situation excel to that point. Honestly he could have Mary just make the noise that she was going to create and just say I can't do nothing about it since he is only the chauffeur and he can not do anything about her actions. Since he "cleverly" thought about how not to get caught, I think he could have easily thought of how not to get involved in the situation in the first place.
After reading the first part of the book Native Son,my own opinion about the crime that Bigger had done was. I don't think it's his fault of murdering Mary it wasn't his intention to murder, Mary in general. He was petrified about being caught in the room with her. Especially that he become intense when Ms.Dalton was standing in front of the door therefore he trying to be careful not to make any sound or else his busted. Yet his state of mind was all screwed up and he was accidentally killed Mary without knowing his action.