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The best and only way we can start to understand the motives or urges for serial killers, is to ask them ourselves. Each serial killer is uniquelly different in certain ways, but may still have some characteristics that are similiar to other killers. Interviews with these murderers are our best fight to be able to catch others that may have matching traits. "If you want to understand the artist, look at his work." (Douglas author of Mindhunter).

Edmund Emil Kemper started his killings at a ripe age of fifteen. He killed his grandparents and then turned himself in. After a few years being locked away in a criminally insance institute, he had his doctors believing that he was safe to let go by his 21st birthday. Edmund already having a toxic relationship with his mother, moved in with her soon after his release. He murdered his mother, his mother's friend, and six hitchkikers in a time that was already chaotic with other murders. He told a couple what he had done when he had dinner with them, which led Ed to turn himself in three days later.


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