Aristotle spoke of dividing man into three aspects: the mind, the body, and the spirit: "Speech is the expression of ideas or thoughts or desires. Handwriting is the visible form of speech. Just as speech can have inflections of emotions, somewhere in…
1)To pull a lie off so great that it’s worthy of a nomination.
2)Latin, sexy, young guy with cool sexy voice…
4)An Event which alot of people wait for and it turns out to be the worst event."
Remorseless Serial Killers
Okay, so everyone knows Ted Bundy. He is the most famous of all serial killers. So, this is the continuation to my previous post about what I think of serial killers. While my previous post is about how I agree with the few scripted things killer, Ramirez, says in his interview, this post is slightly different.
Long ago, I had watched an interview involving Bundy (the link to which I’ve posted below).
When he started speaking, I was convinced that this well-educated using verbose language could definitely not be the cold-hearted, merciless killer Wikipedia said he was. As he continued speaking, I pitied the waste of a gentleman he had turned himself into. What was the glitch in his head? What made him the monster? How did he get away so many times?