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  • b1ackbird

    That was just one of many crimes, including 21 murders and more than 1,000 rapes of young boys and men, Panzram admitted to committing. Unlike charming and cunning serial killers Ted Bundy or Rodney Alcala, Panzram remained brutally honest. “For all of these things, I am not the least bit sorry,” he seethed in his autobiography, penned from his prison cell. “I hate the whole damned human race including myself.”

    HOLY S***. I mean people kind of made him that way but holy crap.

  • Urbanknight4

    It's interesting how the grand majority of serial killers I've read about had a sort of unhappy or traumatic childhood, or some kind of unjust punishment enacted on them before fully maturing. I know there are probably people out there that had everything and still turned crooked, but it makes you think... is it possible that we're making these monsters? I think that for the most part, we are. Violence is only paid in kind, and even if the kid you beat up doesn't come back to get you, he'll find a smaller kid to beat up and repeat the cycle.

  • idlethreat

    I watched the movie about Carl here recently. It used to be on Netflix streaming, but doesn't look like it's on there anymore. Perhaps on DVD rental?

    Superb stuff. Dude was pretty hateful.

    • drunkenninja

      I too watched the same documentary (youtube rental $3.99) about him, it was pretty intense stuff.

    • callmefish

      I watched that too. If ever there was evil incarnate, Panzram comes damn close... Also, I was suprised to learn he did time in Oregon (my home state) State Penitentiary .

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