Sunday, January 24, 2010

Female Killers - The Blog

Who doesn't love a good murder mystery?

For years I've loved the mystery genre, but my interests are not limited to fiction. Indeed, I have a high interest in the non-fiction realm of homicide. Not out of some psychotic admiration, but I just can't help being intreauged by the psychology of the people involved, the way these people think. The cold-bloodedness that can allow people to do this again and again and again. On one hand, I think it's important to know about these types of people so one can spot them before they kill a human being, but on another hand, I just find it interesting.

And this blog is dedicated to the murderers who have always fascinated me. A taboo concept in society that is in such amazingly stark contrast to what we percieve to be the perpetrators of such crimes. They are the female killers. Women who kill for money, jealousy, or even just for fun. We rarely hear of them, they are far less abundant, but they're there, and much more deadly. Women tend to be more calculating and quiet with their crimes than men. The average mlae serial killer takes about 4-5 years to be caught. The average female serial killer takes 8-10 years. I hate to be a traitor to my gender, but they're smarter than us in this field.

Their lack of abundancy makes them even more deadly. We're so used to seeing extreme acts of violence from males that we have trouble visualizing it being caused by a woman. They are masterful, manipulative, calculating killers.

I'll try to write about a new killer every week or so. A few notes here. I will not censor anything. I will give you details to the fullest extent I can, so if you have a weak stomach, this isn't the place to be. I am the kind of person who, while I might morally disapprove of such things, am not even remotely shaken or disturbed by violent images or disturbing details. So I will write using such graphic content. Also, a disclaimer, while I will try to be as factually accurate as possible with my entries, this validity of this site as a source should be considered entirely unofficial.

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