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 & Anarchy.

dance-0f-the-damned:

Ballistics (Forensic Science):

In forensic science, the study of ballistics is the study of motion, dynamics, angular movement, and effects of projectile units (bullets, missiles, and bombs). There are many applications of ballistics within a criminal investigation;

  • Bullets that are fired at the scene of a crime will be examined in the hopes of discovering several pieces of information. The actual bullets can identify what type of gun the criminal used and whether or not the firearm is connected to any other crime.
  • The amount of damage a bullet has sustained upon hitting a hard surface can help determine approximately where the shooter was standing, what angle the gun was fired from, and when the gun was fired.
  • Any residue on the bullet can be studied and compared to residue on the hand of a suspect, on the gun that was fired, or on any object that was close by when the firearm was used. This information helps researchers uncover the identity of the shooter.
  • When the bullets are missing, the type of impact they made can still lead investigators to ascertain what kind of bullet the criminal used, and therefore the type of gun as well.
  • Studying the markings found on a bullet or the impact a bullet made on any surface can establish exactly which gun the criminal used. Every firearm produces a slightly different and unique pattern on the shell-casing it fires; the bullet will therefore imprint a distinct pattern upon anything it hits. Once scientists have identified these markings they can easily match them to the appropriate firearm.

There are many experts deeply involved in this study, and they are frequently called upon to help solve crimes. Ballistics details are also commonly input into a large database that can be accessed by law enforcement agencies all across the country. When someone enters new data, the computer locates any relevant data from previous investigations. This information can lead to the discovery of the owner of a particular weapon, and assist in tracking down the guilty party who fired the gun.

Source: Here.

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paintdeath:

"Uncomfortable silences. Why do we feel it’s necessary to yak about bullsh*t in order to be comfortable?" - Mia Wallace

Pulp Fiction (1994)

(via kissass123)

Ballistics (Forensic Science):

In forensic science, the study of ballistics is the study of motion, dynamics, angular movement, and effects of projectile units (bullets, missiles, and bombs). There are many applications of ballistics within a criminal investigation;

  • Bullets that are fired at the scene of a crime will be examined in the hopes of discovering several pieces of information. The actual bullets can identify what type of gun the criminal used and whether or not the firearm is connected to any other crime.
  • The amount of damage a bullet has sustained upon hitting a hard surface can help determine approximately where the shooter was standing, what angle the gun was fired from, and when the gun was fired.
  • Any residue on the bullet can be studied and compared to residue on the hand of a suspect, on the gun that was fired, or on any object that was close by when the firearm was used. This information helps researchers uncover the identity of the shooter.
  • When the bullets are missing, the type of impact they made can still lead investigators to ascertain what kind of bullet the criminal used, and therefore the type of gun as well.
  • Studying the markings found on a bullet or the impact a bullet made on any surface can establish exactly which gun the criminal used. Every firearm produces a slightly different and unique pattern on the shell-casing it fires; the bullet will therefore imprint a distinct pattern upon anything it hits. Once scientists have identified these markings they can easily match them to the appropriate firearm.

There are many experts deeply involved in this study, and they are frequently called upon to help solve crimes. Ballistics details are also commonly input into a large database that can be accessed by law enforcement agencies all across the country. When someone enters new data, the computer locates any relevant data from previous investigations. This information can lead to the discovery of the owner of a particular weapon, and assist in tracking down the guilty party who fired the gun.

Source: Here.

you seem like such a scary guy omg. how can you only have a blog about serial killers and nazis!?

A question by Anonymous

Yeah, I am pretty scary.

I mean look at how terrified my kitty cat is O.O

tedbunny:

Serial killer David Berkowitz served in the army for 3 years, and was praised for being an excellent marksman. He went on to shoot and kill 6 people, earning the name the ‘.44 Caliber Killer’ for his choice in weapon.

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rocket-queen98:

I’m one angry motherfucker. I just hope all those who are deserving will get what’s coming to them. I’ll just leave it at that.”

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dementedfreak:

John Wayne Gacy dressed as his alter-ego, Pogo, c.1970’s. An American serial killer and rapist, also known as the Killer Clown, who was convicted of the sexual assault and murder of a minimum of 33 teenage boys and young men in a series of killings committed between 1972 and 1978 in Chicago, Illinois.

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On October 3, 1989, after four days of deliberations, the jury said they had voted for death for Richard Ramirez. The females in the courtroom, including some on the jury were crying. As he was led from the courtroom, he smiled at his female supporters, who were heartbroken that he was going to spend life in prison. But Richard didn’t seemed fazed, it was as if it didn’t bother him.

Later as he was led in shackles back to the county jail, he said to reporters,”Big Deal, death always went with the territory. I’ll see you in Disneyland.”

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Robert Hansen (The Butcher Baker).

Robert Hansen had that typical lonely, bullied childhood that is common in serial killers. He was arrested for a number of minor crimes, including arson and theft. In the late 1960s, he and his second wife moved to Anchorage, Alaska where Hansen seemed to thrive as a businessman.

It all changed very quickly when a half-naked, terrified woman with a handcuff on one wrist was picked up by a truck driver. She told the police that a man had propositioned her for sex, raped her, then promised to let her go when they got to his remote cabin (only accessible via aircraft). While he prepped his small plane for flight, she escaped. The authorities connected her case to the bodies of several prostitutes that had shown up in the last year. Going off the living victim’s airplane ID, Hansen was brought in for questioning. He went willingly, and while in custody, police executed search warrants on Hansen’s property. They returned with a mountain of evidence and Hansen was formally charged. Realizing the case was airtight, Hansen made a deal: he would plead guilty to the murders of the four women the police had found remains for, and offer a full confession. In exchange, the death penalty was off the table and he would serve out his sentence in federal prison.

Police taped his confession, which lasted over 12 hours, during which he admitted to 17 murders. He would proposition prostitutes, then threaten them with a gun in order to wield power and intimidate them. He would rape them repeatedly, torture them, and take them up to his remote cabin. Once there, he would strip them naked - sometimes blindfold them - and give them a head start. He would then pursue them, hunting them like big game - and he always “won.”

The one murder that seemed to excite, and also made him famous, was that of Paula Golding. After raping and torturing her, Hansen opened the cabin door and let her run away. After a few moments he took off after her with his rifle. He was hunting her, and talked with great excitement about how she had run across some rather sharp rocks and cut her feet badly, forcing her to try and hide under a bush. He spotted her and called out her name, this frightened her and she jumped up and started running. Unfortunately she chose open ground to run over, and Hansen raised his gun, and BANG, all that was left was the burial. ”It was like going after a trophy Dall Sheep or a Grizzly Bear.”

Robert Hansen is currently serving out a 400+ year sentence in Seward, Alaska.

Source: Here.

Albert Einstein once said, "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results each time”.

tedbunny:

“I don’t know why it started. I don’t have any definite answers on that myself. If I knew the true, real reasons why all this started, before it ever did , I wouldn’t probably have done any of it.” - Jeffrey Dahmer

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permutatio:

"I hate to shatter your ego, but this is not the first time I’ve had a gun pointed at me."

Pulp Fiction (1994) dir. Quentin Tarantino 

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therealmansons:

"I’m not ready for parole.

I’m stuck in the isolation of solitary confinement for ten years. I do not have a mind. She’s gone, man. I can not understand half the things you’re talking about. If you lock me with insanity, I’ll reflect insanity. If you put me with people who are capable of rational thought, I might even go back to think rationally and understand what is happening.

I hope to stay here the rest of my life. By the time I’m ready for parole, I will be released into space.”

— Charles Manson, 1981

  • (Source: Parole Hearing)