So, some of you may know that I am intrigued by serial killers. Not in a morbid admiration way, but fascinated by how someone can do what they do. I am baffled by the lack of morality, or the primal brain, or the overwhelming violent need, or whatever it is that makes them that way. The chance that one could be so close, and uncaught, is simply exhilarating. Said the weirdo.
Experts say that serial killers often begin by torturing and killing small animals, then eventually move onto humans. This behavior may begin at a young age. In Westwood, home of UCLA and the Morman Temple, among other things, there is a potential serial killer in the making. Here is the link to the original article in the Century City Patch. According to the article, three domestic cats have been found murdered by apparent human means. There is enough concern in the neighborhood for flyers to be posted up by its citizens, warning others to keep their cats indoors. These cat killings all occurred close to Emerson Middle School. Recall what I said about how serial killers began, and at what age. My theory is that a student of the middle school is the culprit, and I plan on finding out.