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(02-11-2019, 04:59 AM)Elvis Wrote:
(02-10-2019, 07:54 PM)White Jesus Wrote: Puppy dogs compared to American serial killers.  
I was going to make a thread about serial killers. Tho I thought perhaps it would be in poor taste.
Ivan is really the only interesting one, Tho in the end he was just some insane asshole with a gun.

That’s what I said, American serial killers are far worse.  Chuckle

They see wolf creek and think the whole country is like that.  Scream1

Only some parts. Chuckle
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Did anyone see wolf creek 2?

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(02-11-2019, 03:58 AM)White Jesus Wrote:
(02-11-2019, 03:10 AM)Frigg Wrote:
(02-10-2019, 09:50 PM)White Jesus Wrote: A few...
But I doubt you will find them online and I'm not really willing to say their names in vain.  

To become a famous killer, most of the time you have to get caught first.    
It's the ones you never hear about that you have to watch out for.      Hiding3  

It is an interesting subject no doubt.
Have you heard the theory of the connection between Frontal lobe damage and psychosis, often leading to violent and psychopathic behavior?

Are You familiar with Francis Sawyer?

Absolutely, many people develop violent tendencies after severe head Trauma. Several well known serial killers got their melons cracked at an early age.


WHAT IS THE ETIOLOGY FOR IMPULSE DYSCONTROL IN TBI?

There are several coexisting theories. The vulnerable amygdala, located within the anterior temporal lobe, is often injured. The amygdala adjoins emotions to thoughts. Damage to the amygdala has led to poor impulse control and violent behavior. In addition, frontal lobe lesions frequently result from damage caused by bony upward projections from the skull. “Orbital frontal lesions resulting from contusions of neural tissue against the floor of the anterior cranial vault can occur when an individual falls backwards striking the occiput against a firm surface.”10 This damage impairs the TBI patient’s ability to regulate limbic input. Therefore, the disinhibited TBI patient with frontal lobe damage often reacts impulsively and even violently.

Damage to specific neurotransmitter systems also causes impulse dyscontrol in TBI patients. The locus ceruleus in the forebrain is often injured, leading to elevations in norepinephrine in post-TBI patients. Increased norepinephrine levels have been correlated with aggressiveness and impulsivity. In addition, studies by Porta et al12 and Hamill et al13 showed that dopamine was increased in post-TBI patients. Agitation and aggression have been proven to result from hyperdopaminergic states. In contrast to dopamine and norepinephrine, reduced serotonin levels (CSF 5-HIAA) lead to increased impulsivity and aggression. Although the results have varied, studies have shown changes in serotonin levels after TBI.10 Hence, much evidence supports the biological basis for impulsivity in TBI patients.

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Very interesting indeed.  
A good one I watched the other day Falls under this subject.


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Richard Ramirez had apparently sustained a head injury at a Young age when a closet fell on top of him.  
Most all of them had extremely disturbing and unbalanced childhoods also.  
I have come to the personal conclusion that monsters are mostly created, not born...With a few exceptions.

Are you familiar with Edmond (Ed) Kemper?

His calm intelligent almost likable demeanor... don't let it fool you. Chuckle

Think for yourself
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(02-11-2019, 06:33 AM)Elvis Wrote: Did anyone see wolf creek 2?

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Seen em all.
TV show is way better than the movies.
I really only like that cop scene and then it gets a bit dull.
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(02-11-2019, 06:37 AM)Frigg Wrote:
(02-11-2019, 03:58 AM)White Jesus Wrote:
(02-11-2019, 03:10 AM)Frigg Wrote: Are You familiar with Francis Sawyer?

Absolutely, many people develop violent tendencies after severe head Trauma. Several well known serial killers got their melons cracked at an early age.


WHAT IS THE ETIOLOGY FOR IMPULSE DYSCONTROL IN TBI?

There are several coexisting theories. The vulnerable amygdala, located within the anterior temporal lobe, is often injured. The amygdala adjoins emotions to thoughts. Damage to the amygdala has led to poor impulse control and violent behavior. In addition, frontal lobe lesions frequently result from damage caused by bony upward projections from the skull. “Orbital frontal lesions resulting from contusions of neural tissue against the floor of the anterior cranial vault can occur when an individual falls backwards striking the occiput against a firm surface.”10 This damage impairs the TBI patient’s ability to regulate limbic input. Therefore, the disinhibited TBI patient with frontal lobe damage often reacts impulsively and even violently.

Damage to specific neurotransmitter systems also causes impulse dyscontrol in TBI patients. The locus ceruleus in the forebrain is often injured, leading to elevations in norepinephrine in post-TBI patients. Increased norepinephrine levels have been correlated with aggressiveness and impulsivity. In addition, studies by Porta et al12 and Hamill et al13 showed that dopamine was increased in post-TBI patients. Agitation and aggression have been proven to result from hyperdopaminergic states. In contrast to dopamine and norepinephrine, reduced serotonin levels (CSF 5-HIAA) lead to increased impulsivity and aggression. Although the results have varied, studies have shown changes in serotonin levels after TBI.10 Hence, much evidence supports the biological basis for impulsivity in TBI patients.

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Very interesting indeed.  
A good one I watched the other day Falls under this subject.


[video=youtube]

Richard Ramirez had apparently sustained a head injury at a Young age when a closet fell on top of him.  
Most all of them had extremely disturbing and unbalanced childhoods also.  
I have come to the personal conclusion that monsters are mostly created, not born...With a few exceptions.

Are you familiar with Edmond (Ed) Kemper?

His calm intelligent almost likable demeanor... don't let it fool you.   Chuckle

I have in fact not.

6ft 9 tho.
Jebus.

Anon
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(02-11-2019, 04:59 AM)Elvis Wrote:
(02-10-2019, 07:54 PM)White Jesus Wrote: Puppy dogs compared to American serial killers.  
I was going to make a thread about serial killers. Tho I thought perhaps it would be in poor taste.
Ivan is really the only interesting one, Tho in the end he was just some insane asshole with a gun.

That’s what I said, American serial killers are far worse.  Chuckle

They see wolf creek and think the whole country is like that.  Scream1

Think he said he never killed any of his fellow Australian country men, children rather,  but pedophile snuff film maker Peter Scully is way up on the list for shear brutality.  

Gotta be way more than three victims.
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