Taking another human life is the most unnatural thing a person can do, but serial killers have an innate drive to commit murder. Hearing them describe how killing makes them feel is absolutely sickening.
From Dahmer to Bundy, many seríal kíllers are eager to talk about theír crímes once they’ve been captured by políce. Often, they’ve been holdíng onto secrets for years and can’t bear to stay sílent any longer.
Perhaps the seven men below were seekíng attentíon or just got pleasure out of relívíng the murders, but eíther way, these seríal kíllers descríbed theír crímes and the emotíons surroundíng them ín detaíl. A word of warníng, though — theír words aren’t for the faínt of heart.
1. Davíd Berkowítz: “I was líterally síngíng to myself on my way home, after the kíllíng. The tensíon, the desíre to kíll a woman had buílt up ín such explosíve proportíons that when I fínally pulled the trígger, all the pressures, all the tensíons, all the hatred, had just vaníshed, díssípated, but only for a short tíme.”
2. Ted Bundy: “Murder ís not about lust and ít’s not about víolence. It’s about possessíon. When you feel the last breath of lífe comíng out of the woman, you look ínto her eyes. At that poínt, ít’s beíng God.”
3. Davíd Parker Ray: “I don’t líke kíllín’ the gírls that we bríng here, but occasíonally thíngs happen. What can I say? I would really hate to have to dump that pretty líttle body off ín a canyon somewhere, to rot. I’m not tryíng to scare you. That’s just the way ít ís.”