Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Cause I'm bluffin' with my muffin

This is unusual for me to write this early in the afternoon... but I think I'm going to try and come up with yummy goodness! Yay!
I know this picture is Fucked up! Yet, lately I have been all over weird things. I've been investigating people like Ed Gein, Jeffrey Dahmer, Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Gorton, and The Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run. Every year around Halloween, I seem to get morbid. With each passing year the morbid-ness grows, and this year isn't much diffrent. I've been reading Aftermath, Inc. and many of the above list are mentioned. (The author likes to mention Ed Gein, and Jeffrey Dahmer because he is from Wisconsin, not far from Ed Gein's farm.) But for some reason I am drawn to Mass Murder, Serial Killers, Rapists, and Mental Instituitions. I don't know if it's because I am highly morbid or if I am drawn to the insanity of it all?
It's crazy to think Ed Gein, ran around wearing the parts of females, and was a grave robber! Jeffrey Dahmer, was a pedophile on top of raping men and killing them, his first murder was in Ohio. Ted Bundy, has been romaticised! He's a rapist/serial killer, and had escaped at least once from custodey. Jeffrey Gorton, is a rapist from Michigan, he wasn't a serial killer due to the fact he only killed 2 of his victims. The Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run, you may recognize them as the Cleveland Torso Murders, in the late 1930's killed a dozen people in the dilapidated side of Cleveland.
I know, I only mentioned well known Serial Killers, but I did mention the ones that hit closer to where I grew up. I know more about forensics and murders and death then most people. I have read books on the subject and like I said every Halloween I continue my search on these things. I enjoy knowing how a criminal's mind works, but I don't think we will ever fully comprehend how messed up these people are. I also think that those who plead insanity should be tried like those who didn't even have a chance too. If you don't believe that Ed Gein, Jeffrey Dahmer, and Ted Bundy should have been able to plead insanity than you look up the murders they commited. To commit a murder you would have to be out of your mind, and on the border of being put in an asylum.
So, am I morbid?
5 songs stuck in my head:
Pokerface- Lady GaGa
I Kissed a Girl- Katy Perry
Let's Get Crazy- Miley Cyrus
All Out of Love- Air Supply
Paper Airplanes- MIA


  1. Hahahaha, for a while, I was fascinated with the Son Of Sam case, which was really a complex tapestry of multiple killers...David Berkowitz took credit for all the killings, but there were 3 or 4 suspects, all of which met a very violent end of their own... and Berkowitz also was stationed in Ft. Knox for some time...
    So no, you're not morbid...I think it is highly interesting delving into the minds of people that would do the kinds of things they did...not because I would ever do it, because I wouldn't...I just think it's fascinating...

  2. How come I knew you would be the first to post a comment Meatbag! And I agree it is very fascinating.

  3. I guess we're just kindred weirdos...hahaha!

  4. Um, I love Dexter.

    Also, I love Air Supply.


  5. I can't agree that anyone who murders should be deemed crazy but I see where you are going with this. With Halloween coming up I can see why you might be focusing on the macabre though.