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...Like biting people and shit. Like, yeah ha-ha-ha-ha.

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alright what sir teaching the chickens

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on how dessert Shing exactly be the

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racial slur I don't know it doesn't seem

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that it sounds at the sound of coins

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welcome to the last address on the left

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wow this is now our third episode I into

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the second episode this is the third one

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the second one hasn't been released or

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is it the third or is it the second I

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don't know it's a spooky show and a

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spooky episode I am Ben Kissel with my

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beautiful co-host Marcus parks and

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Marcus and I want to welcome in our

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newest co-host the one the only Henry

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Zebrowski hey everybody out there radio

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America is that is that how much of

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America is listening to us just radio

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America and nailed it it was perfect

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good mostly Wisconsin oh yeah a lot of

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Wisconsin so Henry's going to be with us

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every single week and it's just going to

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be the greatest podcast ever to exist in

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your earphones

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speaking of Wisconsin today's subject

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serial killers yeah and God knows the

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golden cheese State has shat out quite a

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few murderous Beast I think it's just

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the fact that like Wisconsin has like

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butter on tap in homes right that like

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mostly I think it's that sort of like

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content what was it who did the Twinkie

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defense

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was that don't talk about like the

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Richard Ramirez yeah Richard Ramirez The

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Night Stalker Richard Ramirez he was

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only talking about like it was all the

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sugar in a system like these doctors

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came out like that's what they blamed

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all his heinous multiple murdering Zahn

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was like the sugar he was a it's more

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more fodder for the Bloomberg campaign

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against obesity absolutely thank God

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he's just trying to nip ceará killers

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in the bud he also then should just like

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not allow children to have pets outlaw

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bedwetting that would be good every

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serial killer wet their beds and kill

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old their Candace that is an absolute

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fact

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um zero killers like it's pretty much

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like why I even got into horror like

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what like I was talking about with my

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mom my mom found my files that I used to

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keep when I was a kid

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oh yeah detective Henry one files who

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are you keeping it what kind of people

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in Queens like around like I guess it

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was like 1994 night maybe 1996 it was a

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string of zodiac murders that happen in

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uh New York that went on unsolved the

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same thing would happen in LA where I

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was like sending like various letters to

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the post and like a sort of like weird

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cryptic I ever was and I used to uh clip

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out all of the articles on him and like

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keep it in a big folder because I was

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like superb says this movie end like the

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end of secret window where you look in

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the mirror and you realize you are is

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the one yeah if you seem like a serial

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killer tendencies no this no to all the

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fuckin posters that in the Unabomber my

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mom found my mom found my whole

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collection of my Unabomber like sort of

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memorabilia that I had kept and the

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thing is I wasn't printing out his

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manifesto unlike kept it like in my bag

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when I was like a sixth grader that must

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have been terrifying for your mother to

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discover now but now look at me you're

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doing fantastic and it's obviously

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you're not as your killer what was um

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what was the manifesto like for uh what

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was the guy's name you know Ted

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Kaczynski yeah Perkins in see he was

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just anti modern technology those like

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his whole thing is that he wanted

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everyone to live he was like a primitive

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ax stand he thought that everyone should

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like live like off the land and so he

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was attacking universities like science

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universities and airplanes it's very

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ironic that he was so against technology

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when he was a mathematician yeah I never

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but never killed anyone

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right no I actually didn't he killed one

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and they may be one pertained a lot of

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you've heard a lot of yeah

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yeah so I guess technically he's not a

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serial killer no no no we should get

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that we should go back to that no but I

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think that he certainly fits the the

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mental mold of a serial killer you know

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he's obviously psychotic in the brain

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and I think a lot of times serial

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killers have a motivation to better the

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world which is very ironic they have a

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lot of them have a sort it seems like a

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superiority complex of like they're the

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ones who can choose who live or die

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because they're trying to sort out the

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good in the bad yeah absolutely speaking

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of superiority complexes

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I think Dennis Rader the BTK killer ah

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bind torture kill vine torture kill love

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all three of those things uh it seems to

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me like he is you know he's one uh he is

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one of the people who uh he definitely

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thinks he's the best yeah because you're

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seems like a genuine prick cuz used to

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work for like zoning Lincoln City org

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that's ready work Eldorado's no that's

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where he's at he's out El Dorado

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Correctional Facility now no he worked

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he worked for Sedgwick County in Wichita

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Kansas he was the guy he would roll

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around in his pickup truck and measure

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all of his neighbors lawns and make sure

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that they didn't have too many truck

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tires you know in the front porch area

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and make sure no car and then he'd also

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gain access to your house because he

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also like was obsessed with people like

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that's what he would do you'd use his

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job the sort of high was very success

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that he build over like a long period of

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time so that he could kill them in the

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exact right moment in the most

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horrifying fashions he did anyone

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knowing he definitely killed him in the

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most horrifying fashions but yeah I mean

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that's what he would do he would just

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like go into people's houses and yell at

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them for having you know lawn equipment

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as you know spread all over the backyard

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or whatever apparently he would actually

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go with rulers and measure people's

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grass land about like the length of the

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grass not sound evidently in Wichita

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Kansas you know mind the fact that

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everybody is hideously unattractive in

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the school so he was completely flawed

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very concerned about their grass and so

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as a city they could be more than three

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inches yes and they and the neighbors I

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saw an interview with them one of his

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neighbors on a by on the biography and

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he said his grass was like point two

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inches above and he got a two hundred

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dollar fine Jesus Christ so he was a

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stickler he was a hell not see in many

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many ways how many did he end up being

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convicted for killing let's see he got

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consecutive life sentences it says he

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surfer was it just for tech are they

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like like build it was like assault and

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murder and all that sefar was how many

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victims was it I think that it must have

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been was it ten victims it seems to be

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ten yeah it seems to be ten all women

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and no there is a man in here one man so

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you know he doesn't discriminate but

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then he also stopped killing for like

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ten years

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women for a long time yeah and um they

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found other how man I'm sorry how was

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the breakdown because in the end he

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started taunting the police right like

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the like basically saying that you can't

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catch me

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and then sending them and they tracked

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them down through evidence right of like

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the recordings he sent them am i right

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oh my god really well I don't know it's

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about you yeah okay he got caught

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because he got cocky and he wanted to

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get his name back in the papers so he

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sent a floppy disk from his church

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computer that he admit that's right

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because he was also like floppy like 3.5

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megabyte exactly like back if he just

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wanted to show everyone what a fucking

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great killer genius he was he just

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wanted you know credit where credit is

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due and he legitimately deserved to

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people people should have been terrified

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of him and he's just like dude do they

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know that yes make sure know that yeah

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I'm gonna let him know again this is

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just also another thing this is just

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anyone who would ever listen to this

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you've just if you let someone into your

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house you are letting a possible maniac

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at all times

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absolutely someone you know very well

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even someone you've been doing comedy

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with for years

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sure you know life and you could even

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more so they know you went to college

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with them you've been in a sketch comedy

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group of them for like a really long

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time and you should never know that like

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in their house like that you never like

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let's say you just never ever have a

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meeting at like my house right no like

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you just never ever ever once no one

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ever comes to my house you don't know

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what's in there and then you let me in

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your house four days a week yeah I mean

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I'm not gonna let you into my house

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anymore I'll tell you that just knowing

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that you could dare fun and then I just

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know so much about your schedule like I

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know when you're alone yeah I've

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absolutely did you just wonder who you

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trust you just wonder I don't trust you

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and I think that no it's absolutely

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correct you know you got to be very

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careful of who you let into your home

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and I'm reading here about the BTK

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victims five out of the ten were all one

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family ah done in one day your January

09:09 15 1974 that's right Joseph Otero Julie 09:14

Joseph Otero junior and Josephine Atarot

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I will say not the most clever no not

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yeah those are not creative people

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Joseph Otero did seem like kind of a

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sociopath himself by naming his son

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Joseph and his daughter Josephine

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there's a dead George Foreman Sal right

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yeah yeah gary foreman Stein might as

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well just name him one too and in the

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rig um but yeah so it causes death here

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he's over a Sunni just breaks into the

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home he suffocated the father Joseph

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strangled Julie aunt arrow his wife I'm

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and I'm not sure what the difference is

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there suffocated or strangled oh no

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that's a huge day like strangled is

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never you know you put your arm or your

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hands around the throat we're above it

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Suffolk yeah or something like that

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suffocated like a hello yeah pillow over

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the face so if you're going to be

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suffocated or strangled I guess you

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would go suffocation it would be

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slightly less painless yeah yeah a bit

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yeah straight up for just still being

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alive hmm of course why do you go with

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alive that's interesting because he

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suffocated the husband strangled the

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wife suffocated the son I would assume

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the strangulation also had to do with

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the fact that he was on oh with a rope

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he strangled her

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he was probably also having sex with her

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at the time so funny because it gets

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very that's very strange

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this is also like the Boston Strangler

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like Tom DeSalvo yeah who kind of did

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the same exact thing I just wonder what

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his I wonder what his motivation was was

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it sex or was it just power like a lot

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of like zero Kelly I got a sex yeah I I

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do feel like you know that's one in the

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same in a lot of ways you know even I

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mean I was having sex with my girlfriend

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today I did a little joke and why not

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yeah she was that fun I mean it helps

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him it helps you come a little bit you

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see Tom does Tom DeSalvo apparently like

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according to like he married this sort

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like a woman of four in need of a green

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card

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newspaper he married this woman from

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Russia and basically she was saying that

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he was a complete and total sex maniac

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you want to have sex like 10 12 times a

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day true and she wouldn't do it so that

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he started taking his own hands and

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basically start putting other people and

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that was he was the guy involved in

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taking his own hands

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we had to do with his hands we used to

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dress up as a delivery man and like like

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basically sort of scout out like old

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ladies

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and then break it like show up at their

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house like a strong-arm there his way

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into the apartment raped them and then

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strangle them with like their penny hose

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and those kind of his thing and that

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what he used to do his calling card over

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time was used to pose the bodies in fun

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little positions like sitting in a chair

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he put like sitting in a chair and then

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take the pantyhose that he strung with

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them like time in a big fancy bow around

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their neck ow that God absolutely

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terrified right you know that is just

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like good for him uh I'm a creative

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person too you know if you're gonna

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strangle somebody you might as well you

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would wear an old pantyhose

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yeah and then so BTK what he did with

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Josephine Otero he hanged her from a

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drainage pipe so you really liked

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basement trans body from a basement or

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you know with uh maybe maybe his main

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living room there I have no idea so he

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basically busted into a home killed the

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father by suffocated him strangled the

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wife suffocated the son and then hung

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the daughter from a drainage pipe and

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then I guess you just leave after that

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in order is a way to go work wasn't he a

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treasurer at his like Lutheran Church -

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I wasn't yeah he was very very important

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in in his church that was and that was

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what ended up being his downfall because

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he sent that sent that tape and they

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were able to you know get yeah the

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floppy disk from his church I'm glad

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they got that cruel fucker good well it

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were absolutely just straight-up police

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work especially when you go it's just

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that taunting thing that's like when I

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get like what happened with Zodiac

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killer

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Son of Sam was also super interesting

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like my my mom grew up in Queens when he

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went on his spree oh yeah and like that

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was the thing like business in the

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seventies like when that happened like a

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minute the police sort of like built

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this whole like

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son Sam is like gunning for specific

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people which is you was it blonde or

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brunette brunette so that was it my mom

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and I well apparently blondes do have

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more fun yeah yeah because they were you

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know I'm not I'm variously murdered but

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Sam it's like my mom used to have to get

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exported home from work guys would walk

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her from that work to the subway station

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like follower and like make sure nothing

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happened to her because it was all

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happening in Queens - and how was the

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Son of Sam out there killing for was it

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just it was a summer summer summer seven

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he was like he he did all like over a

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short period of time and then got caught

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pretty quick he got caught parking

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tickets is that what it was that that's

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how he got caught parking tickets now so

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what they made a they they can pray he

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had another parking taken they

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confronted him like you have all these

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back parking ticket abroad and like

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looked in his car and saw the gun I

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think it's something like that

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yeah it was since I mean that's one nice

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thing about the BTK killer I feel like

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he put a little bit of work in and like

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the fellow you were talking about

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earlier with the stockings

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you know what strangle ization is much

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much harder to do than the gunshot to

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the head

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Son of Sam was kind of lazy and it to

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some degree because again it's all about

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its it's all about power it's all about

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someone who feels like a nobody who like

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I guess you could say maybe slip through

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the cracks of the system or like various

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shit were like I don't even know if

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you'd like if that's true but they they

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feel disenfranchised in a way for one

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thing another and they desire to like

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make themselves a fucking superstar you

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know like any other super story that's

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how you do it - in their mind you know I

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just don't know but some people some

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people just kill for the love of killing

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lie I mean we were talking about this

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guy earlier HH Holmes the America's

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first serial killer who killed purely

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for the love of killing just shows how

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good he could be at it yeah I mean and

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it was amazing at it but I think also

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what's that stat stat about 76% of

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serial killers are from America which i

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think is pretty interesting and I think

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it also goes into that mentality of like

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trying to be a superstar this is really

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the only Snooki is a superstar now for

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being an alcoholic yeah I

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you know Paris Hilton's a superstar just

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being a rich it's almost like reality

15:28

televisions maybe maybe it's putting a

15:30

sort of cure on serial killers are

15:32

really getting those real depraved

15:34

fuckers the well mention that they want

15:36

by just being on television instead of

15:38

murdering people and then there was that

15:40

reality star they didn't would the guy

15:42

who went on a killing spree killer

15:43

that's right I don't know enough about

15:45

that story but yeah there's a reality

15:47

star town yeah I mean that's the thing I

15:48

wonder if Mike the situation Sorrentino

15:51

with a serial killer had he not gotten

15:54

Jersey Shore and now he has the you know

15:56

the acclaim that he needs and he's like

15:58

well thank God I didn't have to murder

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all those people to you how many who

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were saved I mean I think that that

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means it's the same thing with me I mean

16:04

I always thought well with the quickest

16:06

way to make the papers you going to kill

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somebody

16:08

I mean not really a star but now we're

16:10

comedians because we understand the

16:11

redemptive power of laughter

16:13

well we're now there attentively

16:15

thankfully thankfully where we can speak

16:17

into microphones and not be concerned

16:20

the fact that people don't give a shit

16:21

about what we're saying yeah we care and

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that's all that matters HH Holmes oh I

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go badly

16:26

agh Holmes was kind of insane and

16:30

amazing like he goes over to give you

16:32

but to give a little bit of background

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information

16:34

thank you much about HH Holmes he they

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consider him to be America's first

16:38

serial killer possibly I mean he was

16:40

maybe the first one that they you know

16:42

caught I guess I like named Israel yeah

16:45

that they named this is uh this guy was

16:47

active mostly during the Chicago World's

16:49

Fair in the late 1800s and he would

16:54

usually years the concept of a serial

16:56

killer in the 1800 yeah after we're you

16:59

know like yeah at a fair I like we get

17:02

most to me that the happy like I read

17:04

this book the devil in the White City

17:05

yeah like talking about like how the

17:07

Chicago World's Fair was just like this

17:09

consider to be this accomplishment for

17:11

Americans in general library where I

17:14

mean we're going against the Eiffel

17:15

Tower here like that there's no shit

17:17

like they're like how can we beat the

17:19

Eiffel Tower and they built the ferris

17:21

wheel that was that was America's

17:23

response to the Eiffel Tower now we all

17:25

know that Ferris wheels are gay and

17:27

stupid yeah and they also creates

17:29

European and then edge edge Holmes was I

17:32

mean he he was sort of a like a reverse

17:35

black widow type character over there he

17:37

would met

17:38

woman and then you like you know tell

17:40

the family like because you know this is

17:42

old America where people are you know

17:44

scattered all over the place yeah and so

17:47

he figures out this perfect plan like

17:50

you build a hotel and in the Chicago

17:53

World's Fair you had went like young

17:55

girls from all over the country coming

17:57

to Chicago to try to like they're going

18:00

to the big city like they're gonna

18:01

big-time they're gonna get a job as a

18:03

reception like they're just going to get

18:05

jobs they just obj and a soap maker and

18:09

they would come and stay at a HH HHS

18:14

hotel and they would just disappear and

18:17

no one would know why no how because you

18:20

would have architects build wings on it

18:22

was house give the architect hire new

18:25

architects to build other corresponding

18:27

wings in the house and all don't

18:28

magically and so that no one knew the

18:30

full layout of his mansion of murder

18:33

until afterwards like yet he had a kill

18:36

room uh he had a disposal like Jakarta

18:39

Toria min the basement yes does a lot of

18:41

Michael Jackson's Neverland yes yeah

18:45

yeah that is without all the shag

18:47

carpeting that Cougars run yeah that's

18:50

very sort of like monkey said he had no

18:52

elephants are giraffes and they caught

18:54

him when he start he killed Chelsea he

18:56

killed a couple children and that so he

18:58

started with women that he would marry

18:59

and then he worked his way down to

19:01

children but he also did he killed a

19:04

bunch of like like different types of

19:06

yeah like he killed who killed whoever

19:08

was convenient

19:09

like whoever he saws like I can kill

19:11

that person get away with it he would

19:13

kill them he like it's not it's not

19:15

really it's not known exactly how many

19:18

people kill but it was dozens and this

19:20

is also just comes down to all right so

19:21

you got kind of like this idea of like

19:23

you know no one knows who the serial

19:24

killer is because like you know they're

19:26

supposed to be sort of an oculus person

19:27

it like person but I just love the idea

19:29

of like HH Holmes like as he was

19:31

supposed to be the sort of charismatic

19:32

like Juliet use the Ted Bundy of the

19:35

apron I imagine the 19th century but in

19:38 1880s that has to be like a whole 19:41

different context imagine like magnet

19:44

which are like charm women in the ages

19:46

you run around go like okay I

19:49

like knocking drinks out of people's

19:51

hands like spinning is like cane like

19:53

wild all over the place like what a cone

19:55

like B he's charming and dashing that's

19:59

a little him being a fucking complete

20:01

total maniac good a Tom had an ascot you

20:04

can get any gal in town just biting

20:07

people and shit like yeah yeah I love

20:10

dancing

20:11

oh he dance is also and he was also a

20:15

deadbeat - yeah you cont would accrue

20:19

debts uh and just kind of pass them off

20:23

to other people and he was like very

20:25

much like a Trekkie could charm people

20:27

he could charm women into marrying him

20:29

going home with him he could charm

20:31

people into giving him loans into so

20:33

giving him he's in al-qaeda on point

20:36

yeah I mean he was able to to accrue

20:38

money but without ever really paying any

20:41

of it back and you just completely fuck

20:43

people over I mean he was truly a

20:46

monster without a soul in every way yeah

20:48

like they said it was looking and

20:49

whenever you look into his eyes is

20:51

looking to the eyes of the devil yeah

20:53

yeah yeah which is super interesting

20:55

kind of like so those kind of bridging

20:58

the bridge in the horror movies like

20:59

talking about Ed Gein that reminds me of

21:01

like because apparently the sheriff will

21:04

go into what Ed Gein did the sheriff who

21:06

arrested at gain apparently had a heart

21:07

attack

21:08 10 months after it and they basically 21:10

said that after he investigated his

21:12

crimes he was never the same and went

21:14

into despair and essentially just like

21:16

died it was like another victim of that

21:18

dude what's tell let's let everyone who

21:20

egginess

21:20

yeah ed Gein's from Plainfield Wisconsin

21:22

he's a successful young man hometown boy

21:25

hometown boy made good him and Jeffrey

21:28

Dahmer two of Wisconsin's finest finest

21:31

killers um yeah he killed the two people

21:34

only which i think is very interesting

21:36

and then but it's what he did it's like

21:39

everything else that made him be

21:42

canonical like the most insane serial

21:44

killer of all time yeah I mean I think

21:46

I'm at these mostly notorious for being

21:48

a grave robber yeah and also you know he

21:52

wore his mother's skin is a suit and all

21:55

that crazy so hence that's who they make

21:57

leather face off of yeah with leather

22:00

face so psycho

22:02

um like this hotel thing with psycho I

22:05

feel like it might be a little bit more

22:07

HH dad seems a little bit but it's all

22:09

just a him dressing up his mother

22:11

wanting to be his mother like talking

22:13

about it's like he lived alone with his

22:15

mother after everyone died and basically

22:17

like as although everyone his family

22:18

died he lived alone with his mother I

22:20

was like a very strange strange strange

22:23

kid growing up there like talking sort

22:26

of like he would kind of sit by himself

22:27

and like like laugh - inside I mean it

22:30

was a hilarious joke he was right really

22:33

just he must have been such a cut-up he

22:36

then um uh I guess and when she died he

22:41

walled up every room in the house that

22:42

she uh did that his mother you see use

22:45

and you just lived in a tiny room next

22:47

to the kitchen with his mother's dead

22:49

body and eventually carved her up into a

22:52

suit because he wanted secretly wanted

22:54

to be a woman that was like part of his

22:55

thing and so what he would be pretty

22:58

common a lot of sexual confusion in the

23:01

serial killers yeah sex and sex and

23:03

serial killer and strictly linked yeah

23:06

yeah because I know that was the thing

23:07

with John Wayne Gacy he was a homosexual

23:09

and he always felt very bad about it and

23:11

I watched a documentary on him and the

23:13

narrator wanted to make it seem like

23:14

homophobia was the reason there's no I

23:17

still children but tears when I feel the

23:20

young men who wouldn't blow him when he

23:22

or they would blow him and then he would

23:24

be so incensed that they blew him that

23:27

he'd killed him yeah so as much like how

23:28

HH would kill the people who came into

23:30

his house and helped him make the rooms

23:32

you gotta kill him I mean anyone with

23:34

ever he did that yeah he did that just

23:35

to cover his tracks

23:36

it's just looser alien man it's losers

23:39

with they're very heavy deviant streak

23:41

that have secrets that they consider so

23:45

deep and so private and so dark and I'll

23:48

deal of you anything to cover it up yeah

23:51

I mean murder is a good secret to keep

23:54

covered up homosexuality all that people

23:57

know they just don't understand that

23:59

they did not do they good like John

24:00

Wayne Gacy died guess it was just hated

24:03

being a homosexual so hard that his

24:06

personality just got I guess just splits

24:09

in half yet allows you just go and just

24:12

be

24:13

monster absolutely that's what game did

24:15

like living privately in the house was a

24:17

so what is the list of the shit he made

24:19

out of debt he would dig up corpses that

24:22

were all basically the same size and

24:23

shape of his mother so oh it never was

24:26

and then he would try to did he ever try

24:27

to like recreate his mother well yeah

24:30

that's how we built the suit out of like

24:31

parts of her once that all rotted away

24:33

he would buy he would dig out the grave

24:37

and add shit to them when they when

24:39

authorities searched the house they

24:41

found it's nuts

24:42

for noses so one tool for nose it whole

24:50

human bones and fragments nine masks of

24:53

human skin Wow which disks that is

24:57

pretty awesome but that's the thing

24:58

there were just faces though that's a

25:01

thing like you just think they're only

25:02

masks in context and I think I mean it's

25:05

worth as far as serial killers go and

25:07

again was relatively peaceful and nice I

25:10

don't even know two kills is that

25:12

technically surreal I think I mean it

25:15

just gives another kids like just you

25:18

know just let's give it to him

25:19

you know but I feel like he's more but

25:22

he's my favorite one creepiest person

25:24

alive yeah he also had he had bowls made

25:27

from human skulls which makes sense yeah

25:29

that's a normal shape for that the skull

25:31

is a perfect ball I was wanted one as an

25:33

ashtray human skulls and ashtray is a

25:36

little healthier than yeah that's

25:37

different I'm a smoker Yeah right just

25:39

make a call to China they can make that

25:40

out

25:41

they also found ten female heads with

25:45

the top sawn-off all right yeah playing

25:47

with the brains about how where's he

25:48

gonna get the bowls exactly that's

25:53

correct

25:54

skin covering several chair seats which

25:57

you know we use cow skin all the time

26:00

would it be fun if they were Asian they

26:01

could be like I hope you like my fine

26:04

china

26:06

oh I just made a funny I just made a

26:10

funny joke they remember that is kind of

26:12

EDM oh your dad died been dead for days

26:14

Andrew my living room oh I'm enjoying

26:19

myself Eddie is comedy club just a

26:24

little side I made on a bone see that

26:25

it's like come on down hey guys I want

26:28

to see my impression this me this mean

26:30

wise mom as my mother is dead Schiphol

26:34

Joey dead this is quote a serial killer

26:36

named their own comedy club you know you

26:38

called the like you think y'all so hot

26:40

yeah ha ha ha

26:42

head busters blonde Raiders but food

26:46

makers uh Mary Hogan's I had that's the

26:50

name of the one one of the people he

26:52

officially killed yes so work at the

26:54

hardware store that he would get his

26:56

shit all this tanning gear from to make

26:59

his skin stuff I mean I feel like that's

27:02

the first that's the first crime

27:04

you know these other if you dig up dead

27:07

bodies and use their bones for furniture

27:09

shouldn't you be praised for creativity

27:11

it's a Qantas snail I don't know I mean

27:13

what's so wrong with it I mean hey

27:16

people you always overreact when it

27:18

comes to the bodies like the eight

27:19

eleven they have to stop working on us

27:21

on the World Trade Center site every

27:23

three days ever to find a fragment of

27:26

somebody's shoulder bone what's your

27:27

good sure it's like get over it it's

27:29

anything yet if I I'm just saying if I

27:31

am dead use my body to make a nice piece

27:34

of furniture well that's just your that

27:36

but you could put that in your will on

27:38

that's fine I didn't think those who I

27:39

don't know not do that yeah it's not

27:41

allowed but where did they don't know

27:43

you can't you can't you cannot legally

27:45

stuff you have a friend who's a

27:48

taxidermist by rail

27:53

he's a taxidermist and he gets he says

27:55

he gets at least two calls a year from

27:58

an old woman wanting to stuff her dead

28:00

husband why can't you do it I don't know

28:02

it's it's not allowed you cannot legally

28:04

uh stop a human being we got to figure

28:06

out some petition we gotta get over

28:08

there talk to our Assemblyman and older

28:12

and make it legal to start stopping

28:14

these dead bodies yeah it's you reuse

28:16

reduce recycle yeah sure that's what

28:19

it's all about I want a big stuffed been

28:22

Kissel when I die in your apartment I'd

28:24

live have it yeah I put clothes over it

28:27

yeah put clothes over a dirty laundry

28:29

have my hand palm up and your business

28:31

cards in there grab them as they leave

28:34

oh it can be yeah yeah a lot of fun they

28:37

also said they also found Bernice

28:39

Worden's head in a burlap sack that's

28:41

the other girl that's the other person

28:42

he killed so I just love these people's

28:44

heads sir nice Bernice yeah they both

28:47

worked at this convenience store

28:49

apparently and oh my goodness this is

28:52

gonna be my this is my favorite one I've

28:54

owned nine vulvas yeah shoe box shoe box

28:58

which is a good Tori Amos album title

29:00

huh

29:01

pussies in a shoe box skulls on the

29:05

bedpost organs in the refrigerator a

29:07

pair of lips on a drawstring for his

29:10

window shade house is amazing

29:13

I wish you to my uncle I want to go

29:17

there so bad hole on the lips open let

29:20

the sunlight in huh a little kissy Oh a

29:25

little kissy kiss he's getting God I

29:28

think this is probably the best one yet

29:30

well first is the lamp shipment of human

29:32

skin we know that or you may have made

29:34

up made for a human face so that's

29:36

pretty good this epidemic my personal

29:39

favorite a belt made from human female

29:41

nipples yeah I've heard about the nipple

29:44

belt that's Granite Belt I mean how does

29:47

that even work how do you sew it all

29:48

together does it patience time love I

29:51

wonder if he lost a little bit of weight

29:53

he's like oh my god I'm a 34 mm five hat

29:57 18:18 nipples on my belt start like it 30:02

awful you could always flash you just

30:04

add another nipple to one end of the

30:06

belt I mean it's a constant extender

30:08

belt it's perfect ah what made him think

30:11

of belt your nipples are the perfect

30:14

size to put on but I go yeah like you

30:18

know like you have those belts that like

30:20

have the metal studs on them right

30:22

that's what I was saying

30:23

same concept exactly I used the

30:25

intestines as a little belt yeah you're

30:29

lazy buddy they got a so it he used he

30:31

used the Nessie I don't think did he

30:33

like make the belt specifically from

30:36

nipples who did he use them as

30:37

decoration on like a leather belt is I

30:39

imagine decoration well think yeah it

30:42

doesn't say but I would if the belt is

30:45

only nipples I mean it's just a

30:48

testament to the strength of human flesh

30:51

you know those doilies that you can like

30:53

those like circle things you have put

30:55

energy powers it's like that see I

30:57

would've just made it daily and I waited

30:59

oily they'll be pent as you would your

31:01

pants would be falling down all over

31:02

town and know that I'm using the

31:04

intestines as a rope belt I don't know

31:06

that's lazy I mean that's why idea I

31:09

made a whole fucking doily out of human

31:11

nipples yeah that's true or just one you

31:17

got it out who you kill those gals in

31:18

Wisconsin get some pretty cool yeah you

31:21

see the AG area but the movie so psycho

31:24

is kind of loosely based Texas Chainsaw

31:26

is kind of loosely based there's a movie

31:27

called deranged that is like really

31:29

heavily based on his life and the best

31:32

part about that movie is that they kind

31:34

of cuz like he came from a super super

31:36

religious family where his mother taught

31:38

him that like every other woman was a

31:41

prostitute it should be murdered and

31:43

while you know very sort of like just

31:44

would really be behind every good man as

31:47

a woman behind every psycho killer is a

31:49

terrible mom big yeah a big mother like

31:51

tells you you're not worth anything and

31:52

essentially have a sort of semi sort of

31:54

ancestral relationship she dressed up as

31:56

a little girl shit but um he the movie

31:59

deranged is amazing because like

32:00

whenever at games like about to do

32:03

something particularly kooky ah like she

32:05

does this like this church music starts

32:08

playing like this like really like quiet

32:09

sort of like organ music begins playing

32:12

you hadn't see the look in his face and

32:13

I'm like man look it's really fucking

32:18

good

32:18

I'm a did a good casting for the Ed Gein

32:20

because he's like a sort of like 60 year

32:23

old man who's just like really just he

32:25

was a tiny guy yeah I mean he just lived

32:28

with his mother the whole time and he

32:29

was old and feeble and I'll tell you

32:31

those feels of Wisconsin much less much

32:33

like Texas you can just really get lost

32:35

out there yeah

32:36

and nobody knows who you are you just

32:38

know it lives there

32:39

there was a things like you were

32:40

counting in the other episode about

32:43

growing up in Texas I just realized like

32:44

what a fuckin ground for horror movies

32:48

oh it was perfect there's so many place

32:51

so many locations where like a horror

32:54

movie

32:54

would just look amazing South is perfect

32:57

for it the south is nice and I think I

32:59

mean Wisconsin has yes serial killers

33:02

but they wants to shoot in Wisconsin

33:04

Texas does not have I I can't even

33:08

really think of one serial killer that's

33:11

why they take the movies out of

33:12

Wisconsin they take the story that

33:13

Wisconsin put it in Texas because Texas

33:15

looks apart yeah Wisconsin better but

33:18

succumbed like a blast time I went to

33:19

Wisconsin you could just totally fuckin

33:22

see it like cornfields like various like

33:25

other words all open space super cold so

33:28

people are kind of isolated a lot of

33:30

times I think isolation and religion

33:32

there was one murder were actually

33:35

really gruesome murder in the town where

33:38

my parents live now like these three men

33:41

uh killed a woman and dumped her body

33:44

down one of those wells like those

33:47

abandoned Wells out in the middle of uh

33:49

by out in the middle of nowhere like

33:51

where you know that all these houses

33:53

that you know because there are all

33:54

these all it's like frontier so it's

33:56

alone there are there are there are a

33:58

ton of abandoned houses abandoned wells

34:00

and these three guys killed this woman

34:03

and dumped her down there and this

34:05

happened like 15 years ago and one of

34:08

the guys in order to escape a different

34:10

conviction rolled over on the other two

34:12

guys and that's how they found her

34:13

otherwise they never liked that it would

34:16

have been a cold case they never ever

34:17

would have found this woman so Wisconsin

34:20

so easy and Jeffrey Dahmer who does

34:22

Texas have is their biggest number-one

34:24

guy we don't really have anybody yeah

34:26

I'm doing it anybody like we don't like

34:28

as far as like big serial killers got

34:30

like there are smart like we don't have

34:32

any famous ones there's small ones there

34:34

was a guy in Lubbock whenever I was in

34:35

college that killed hookers and put them

34:41

in like suitcases boxes

34:45

but he put them in suitcases and like

34:47

throw them out in the sea I mean that's

34:48

the difference in that guy is not famous

34:50

because if he wants famous you would

34:52

have made them into suitcases yeah they

34:54

just like they'll look just like roll

34:56

out of the make this little eyeball you

34:58

gotta have a gimmick I know like there's

35:01

a lot of guys they're just there's just

35:02

no like really gimmicky like there's no

35:05

guys with a hook I mean that that's

35:07

exactly like pop songs and of course

35:10

Henry you're from Florida so you guys

35:12

anyone to FSU yeah so you of course you

35:15

have the wonderful Teddy Bundy well the

35:17

best part about the FSU section of the

35:19

Teddy Bundy story is that like his talk

35:23

about like the same thing kind of with

35:24

Dahmer like various people were like Ted

35:27

Bundy was a very cautious guy who kind

35:30

of like build the whole sort of you

35:31

charm people into uh you charm people

35:34

into like getting like a joke alone with

35:37

the car with any murder them very sinks

35:38

but so we broke out of a jail Colorado

35:41

but was right so he was arrested before

35:43

he was arrested for his crimes in cotton

35:46

Denver he broke out of jail drove to

35:48

Florida to get away from the authorities

35:50

got into Florida with nowhere to go

35:52

would always to retire to if you're a

35:54

serial killer you know just go to the

35:55

warm sunny beaches but he he uh went on

35:59

like circulars towards their end of

36:01

their sort of like tenure they go he

36:03

just went into fuckin Berserker mode

36:06

because he felt like the cops were hot

36:08

on his trail so he just went on a very

36:11

very much more brutal than all his

36:14

previous crimes he went from sorority to

36:16

house a sorority house through this

36:18

ravine that runs through FSU like the

36:21

back of all these various warehouses and

36:23

like he bit that one girls like nipple

36:26

off you like be like went on this

36:27

horrible crime spree very killed its

36:30

girls and that it's eventually where he

36:31

was caught in Tallahassee and put to

36:33

death in Florida and he was let that

36:36

hold there's a Bundy trail that it's

36:38

called which is literally this just this

36:41

super desolate ravine thing that runs

36:45

behind all the sororities that

36:46

technically is gated off like you're not

36:48

even supposed to go back there anymore

36:49

but like the thing was to get like get

36:52

super drunk and like sorority girls easy

36:55

do it as a hazing thing to where they

36:56

would like walk the

36:58

being unlike to very like kind of follow

37:01

the steps it said bunny but if you want

37:03

to get kicked out of a sorority house

37:05

faster than possible just mention em and

37:09

you just outages out of there it's been

37:10

stricken like from their histories and

37:12

stuff like that I mean absolutely that's

37:14

about it

37:14

he is the boogeyman of every sorority

37:16

house I'm here about where you scape you

37:19

escaped from pink in County uh uh from

37:23

super smart because I was working with

37:25

all his like he'd like learn how to

37:27

defend himself exactly getting a law

37:29

degree himself and he escaped uh for two

37:33

days he was on the run uh hiding in a

37:35

hunting cabin and then he went south and

37:38

he went to a place called Crested but

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got aggressive but ended up stealing it

37:48

cause in a buffet place I could let a

37:51

town or a restaurant the others and Ed

37:54

gives buffet place nothing but nipples

37:56

and ears so he's on Thursday to nibble

38:00

on him dumb one yummy yum this nipple is

38:03

overcooked

38:04

I'm never coming back here um yeah then

38:07

he went to Ann Arbor Michigan finally

38:09

ended up in Florida and uh my goodness

38:12

yeah that sounds the Chi Omega sorority

38:15

house is high Omega it was that was

38:18

cocky oh my oh my good evil and the

38:25

first one he killed in in a Florida

38:28

Margaret Bowman as she slept in her bed

38:30

yeah and then Lisa levy same thing with

38:34

night soccer same thing what night

38:35

surgeries to do was break in people's

38:37

houses sit in the corner their houses

38:38

until they went to sleep and they tell

38:40

them after they went to sleep rape them

38:42

and kill them I mean just don't go to

38:44

sleep don't go to sleep ever I mean you

38:46

know it's a real Freddy Krueger such a

38:48

way don't let your guard down pretty

38:49

much ever and I had a picture of Ted

38:53

Bundy uh

38:54

after the execution I was in a weekly I

38:57

used to love the Weekly World News yo-yo

38:59

did all the time to ten when you look

39:02

like batboy now it's met it was after he

39:05

had gotten

39:06

right after he died from the electric

39:08

chair okay and it was a picture of just

39:11

his head and these stitches like he had

39:13

not that shaved his head like no hair

39:15

yeah and these stitches on the side like

39:17

on his temples from where like the

39:20

electrodes were so they don't ya like

39:23

that the face of a monster and I thought

39:25

that was a coolest fucking picture ever

39:26

cut it out put it on the wall god that's

39:29

all just that just sounds like all of

39:31 4chan now I feel like it's the one thing 39:33

we're like about the Internet that's

39:34

kind of good about how deplorable the

39:36

Internet is like 4chan being like sort

39:38

of anonymous like 4chan it is the

39:41

subconscious of the internet it's a

39:43

bulletin board website you can go on you

39:45

can digest to spend a lot of time on

39:47

license that's until a bunch of pussies

39:49

moved in it got to be about causes yeah

39:52

how we're going to do some goods like no

39:54

this thing is about gore and awful

39:57

things and that's in about nihilism and

39:59

not giving a shit about anything but the

40:02

thing is I think that really allows I

40:04

think it is a it actually a very

40:06

appropriate output place for people that

40:09

would normally put their horror on other

40:12

humans yeah you can just like that a

40:15

shit into the internet and like you'll

40:17

see it'll ruin your night the various

40:19

things like you go on the random section

40:21

and I'll be like ah one will be like a

40:23

you know like a hot girl and that's fine

40:26

a negative

40:27

yeah like another thing will be just

40:28

like a dude's fucking hand and a

40:30

shredder and various garbage mmm it's

40:33

good it gets it gets another system so

40:34

it's on that and violent video games I

40:36

think really do get and horror movies I

40:39

think all these all these things that we

40:41

enjoy like regarding their cathartic it

40:44

helps us to kind of get rid of that hell

40:46

that blood lust right sums that I like

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horror movies because to me it's such an

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it's so outside of my world like

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specially being comedian and doing

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comedy all the time where it's like I

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could it's true escapism for me because

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I'll I know it's not real number one but

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it it's the same thing as you know

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comedy as well it's like in it in in and

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I think that whore gets the bad rap

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where everyone's just like well they see

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people killing they're gonna do it

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smells like people enjoy comedy I like

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that uh film with Belushi Animal House

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never gone up to somebody playing guitar

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grab that guitar and smashed it against

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a wall I'm not gonna say that though no

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probably happened one time Natalie I'm

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not sure I think it somebody did it

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dozens of time but the thing but like

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horror yeah I watch horror constantly

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I'm what I watch I try to watch as much

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or as I can and I like I could I would

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never murder someone I would never do it

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in thousand years I'm a gentle kind

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you're a nice man fat-faced little

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comedian absolutely you'd be the real

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you're the John Wayne Gacy of comedy

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yeah you're a beautiful man and that's

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gonna have to wrap up this episode thank

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you so much for listening to the last

41:54

podcast on the left

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holy Lord he will be here next week

41:58

discussing another amazing topic for

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markers parks and Rosario ski I'm Ben

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gizmo you want to do a plug for big fat

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scary April 21st midnight we're doing

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human centipede nice

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so do that come out to that and we will

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talk to you soon and I also want to give

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a shout out to our first big fan Ron

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Purdy Ron thanks for listen that's right

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run thank you buddy it's going to keep

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on being amazing talk to you later

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