Quotes from Demented Serial Killers That Will Send Chills Down Your Spine

We live in a pretty messed up world, and you just can’t tell whether people are right in the head either. Sometimes, these folks will take matters into their own hands for the worse and resist to their primal urges to become predators of society, thus attaining infamy for the deaths of several. If you’re looking to try and make an attempt in understanding their psyche, the words they’ve said just may stop you in your tracks.

“[I am] a victim of many unusual and irrational thoughts. I love my wife dearly. I cannot rationally pinpoint any reason for doing this.”

We live in a pretty messed up world, and you just can’t tell whether people are right in the head either. Sometimes, these folks will take matters into their own hands for the worse and resist to their primal urges to become predators of society, thus attaining infamy for the deaths of several. If you’re looking to try and make an attempt in understanding their psyche, the words they’ve said just may stop you in your tracks.

Starting with the one mentioned above, ex-Marine Charles Whitman left that note right before he murdered his wife, Kathleen. Must have been the post-traumatic stress disorder.

“I think I killed somebody.”

 Lana Clarkson was murdered by legendary musician Phil Spector. This was what he had to say after realizing what had occurred.

“I’m not a monster, I’m just sick.”

 It really doesn’t make a difference, since Ariel Castro had already kidnapped and assaulted three young women in the state of Ohio.

“My people died because I love them.”

 These were the chilling words of psychopath George Emil Banks. He had murdered all 10 of his children, 3 of his girlfriends who had lived with him, and 5 more people.

“I was a mistake of nature, a mad beast.”

 Andrei Chikatilo was the first known serial killer in Russia, and these were his words when he was finally apprehended after murdering people for 12 years.

“I always had a desire to inflict pain on others and to have others inflict pain on me. The desire to inflict pain, that is all that is uppermost.”

 These were the words of serial killer Albert Fish, who was infamous for cannibalizing his victims.