Through out history seldom has an individual been able to hold
a city in fear. Most times people will just either ignore the individual,
let the police handle the situation, or call them wacko or crazy. But then
there are the extreme cases. On this end of the scale people may have
extreme mental problems or very strong motives, so extreme or so strong that
they captivate an entire city or even nation. Jack the Ripper did it by
killing and murdering five prostitutes. In recent times it has been people
like Charles Manson and the Boston Strangler, who assaulted and murdered
thirteen women keeping the entire city captivated in a state of fear.
Serial Killers... Fantasy plays a very important role in creating and or
modeling a serial killer and it is shown through remorse, uniform and
weather or not they have or follow a trademarked style. All of these
elements combined expose the fantasy portrayed by a serial killer.
Pain, does a serial killer have or feel pain for their victims?
Sometimes the killer may depending on the psychological state they are in.
But then regarding the fact most serial killers grow up in violent
households one might say that the killer does not or even can't feel remorse
because violence is what they were brought up in and to believe is true so
it is what they have been conditioned to believe. Or you could take the
approach that the killer feels they are being threatened by their victims
so they had to be removed from the picture altogether. Or finally it might
be the killer is so mentally unstable that they have very little to no
consciences awareness of what they are doing. But what if they do feel
sorrow? Can a serial killer feel sorrow?...