Kush | 18 | Kenya

Kush | 18 | Kenya

Hey there!
A dark blog detailing my fascination with Serial Killers, History (Mainly Nazi), Macabre Experiments, Forensic Science, Psychology, Cult Films, Iconic Photographs, Anarchy & anything else that may perk my morbid curiosity.

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In an interview with Russian tabloid Tvoi Den, Alexander Pichushkin spoke his thoughts on human life:

"Human life is not too long. It is cheaper than a sausage. My lawyer: I would cut him open like a fish. I would have killed him like an insect, and I would receive much pleasure from the process. I would cut him up and make belts out of his flesh. But as for remembering everyone I killed, who and when and where, that, I don’t remember. I don’t even care to remember."

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In an interview with Russian tabloid Tvoi Den, Alexander Pichushkin spoke his thoughts on human life:

"Human life is not too long. It is cheaper than a sausage. My lawyer: I would cut him open like a fish. I would have killed him like an insect, and I would receive much pleasure from the process. I would cut him up and make belts out of his flesh. But as for remembering everyone I killed, who and when and where, that, I don’t remember. I don’t even care to remember."

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I just used more then two hours reading through your blog, and I'm so in love with it! Horror and serial killers is a big interest, please keep it going! Xx

Y’know, before I started this blog, I too would spend hours scrolling through posts on my favourite serial killer themed blogs.
I’d read until my eyes hurt.

So getting an ask like yours means so much more than you realize!
I am so glad you enjoy the stuff I write and post.
Always a pleasure stumbling across people with the same fascination on the subject.

Hope you have a great day ahead of you! 

I was just wondering but do you know who the first serial killer or cannibal that was ever documented?

A question by gnossisarts575

While researching an answer to your question, I stumbled across Liu Pengli, a 2nd-century BC Han prince. He is one of the earliest serial killers as attested by historical sources and his confirmed victims exceeded 100.

Now the earliest record of a known cannibalistic serial killer belongs to a man named Boone Helme, also known as “The Kentucky Cannibal”.
He was an American mountain man, serial killer and fugitive, who ate human flesh on several occasions between 1850 and 1854, often out of necessity in extreme conditions.
He made no secret of the fact, and is reported to have said: “Many’s the poor devil I’ve killed, at one time or another.. And the time has been that I’ve been obliged to feed on some of ‘em”.

Wow i really love your blog! Thank you so much for the follow, i feel honored to have such a great person following me. You seem extremely intelligent btw!

A question by ahorribledustycorner

Awh hey, thank you ever so much!
That is quite the compliment.
You seem so lovely, gosh.

I really enjoyed reading some of the posts on your blog too y’know..
Couldn’t help but follow, haha 😜
10/10, definitely recommend. 

Psycho (1960)

“I’d like to share a revelation that I’ve had during my time here. It came to me when I tried to classify your species and I realized that you’re not actually mammals. Every mammal on this planet instinctively develops a natural equilibrium with the surrounding environment but you humans do not. You move to an area and you multiply and multiply until every natural resource is consumed and the only way you can survive is to spread to another area. There is another organism on this planet that follows the same pattern. Do you know what it is? A virus. Human beings are a disease, a cancer of this planet. You’re a plague and we are the cure.”

Agent Smith, in the Matrix, on the nature of humans.

The Sunset Strip Killers: Crime Scene Photos.

Doug Clark and Carol Bundy, dubbed the ‘Sunset Strip Killers’, were lovers who committed crimes both whilst together and apart.
They were accused and subsequently convicted of a series of killings in Los Angeles
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They are currently incarcerated.

NOTE: The last two photos are the coroners photos.

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I have been sitting in my math lecture flipping through your blog for the past half hour. Seriously one of my favorites, I find it freakishly fascinating! :)

A question by itsjustmejodee

YOU GET WI-FI IN YOUR LECTURES?! BRUUUUH.

Haha, thank you though! It’s very sweet of you to drop this ask.
Getting asks like this always inspires me to make the next post.

Hope you have a great day ahead of you!

"Fear isn’t so difficult to understand. After all, weren’t we all frightened as children? Nothing has changed since Little Red Riding Hood faced the big bad wolf. What frightens us today is exactly the same sort of thing that frightened us yesterday. It’s just a different wolf. This fright complex is rooted in every individual."

Alfred Hitchcock (August 13th 1889 - April 29th 1980)

During the Vietnam War, Eddie Adams photographed Gen. Nguyen Ngoc Loan, a South Vietnamese police chief, killing Viet Cong suspect Nguyen Van Lem on a Saigon street during the early stages of the Tet Offensive in 1968. Adams later regretted the impact of the Pulitzer Prize-winning image, apologizing to Gen. Nguyen and his family for the damage it did to the general’s reputation. “I’m not saying what he did was right,” Adams wrote in Time magazine, “but you have to put yourself in his position.”

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Share your thoughts on (John Wayne Gacy the “Killer clown”)

A question by juicydrippings

Ah, John Wayne Gacy.. He is truly an enigma.
What I find most fascinating about him is how much of a contrast his life was: The life he shared with his community and the darker side of him. 

You often hear about killers who lead double lives but Gacy really shocked those who knew him. 
I mean, this is a man who entertained children at parties as his alter-ego “Pogo the Clown”. 
He was such a fundamental part of his community that he met with First Lady Rosalynn Carter on May 6, 1978 due to his prominent position as Democratic Party precinct captain. 
At the time of the Carter administration, Gacy already had several bodies buried beneath his house.. Chilling how his façade held up so well and allowed him to get so close to the elite. 
A true testament to the fact that nobody is what they seem. 
Here is a photo of this:

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To top it all off he was a respected businessman and three-time Jaycee Man of the Year — but that was the side of John Wayne Gacy that he allowed people to see.

This is the side of Gacy that really captivates me and in many ways even draws parallels to Patrick Bateman, (from the film American Psycho), a wealthy New York investment banking executive who hides his alternate psychopathic ego from his co-workers and friends as he escalates deeper into his illogical, bloodthirsty fantasies.

Just so interesting.