Joined: 25 Jul 2012 Posts: 659 Location: Nottingham Chinabased, England Scary! I think its a good idea to have a serial killer on your side. Don’t just assume that someone must have committed one of those heinous crimes and there is no other explanation. And even if they did it again I would still put more credence into reports of serial murders than any hard evidence could give. It might take time to solve these cases and apprehend their killers but sooner rather than later the public will ask for some answers. So now you know where I’m coming from with this one! Wrong Number? Who Is The Real Killer Of The Ten Million? – Part 3
The Serial Killer!
The first theory that comes to mind when we think of the serial killer is probably the clever one. And this is where the “But he didn’t do it once!” argument comes into play. Remember, people will say anything to get attention, and people have been talking about the serial killer for years now. But there is a catch to this “but” bit. Yes, the killer committed several murders, and yes, he was extremely sophisticated in how he planned and carried out his crimes. But the fact that he was thinking about so many different things at the same time is what makes him such a truly unique individual.
3 Theories That Can Help Solve The Case
Most of the theories mentioned above assume that the killer committed the murders one at a time and then committed more murders in a cycle. However, there are some theories that attempt to explain the way that he murders in a more complex way. The first such theory is the theory that he murders in a series of “thousand rolls” or “thousand fouls”. This theory assumes that the killer always progresses through a number of different stages or stages of thinking before committing his or her act of terror. It is often referred to as a “decentralized” theory.
The Mafia and The British Crime Syndicate
The theory that the killer is a member of the Mafia or an associate of the Queen of England is often referred to as “the British Crime Syndicate”. This theory assumes that the killer is closely associated with a certain group of people that includes the Mafia and the British Crime Syndicate. The theory is based on several factors. The first being that the murderer is often very intelligent and cunning. The second being that he always uses a disguise. The third being that he always stays in a very small space. This means that he has a very low chance of being detected.
A Real Killer in the Making?
This final theory assumes that the killer is an individual with a highly disturbed personality. It is often referred to as a “suicidal” theory. It means that he/she always resorts to or ends up using violence in some form or another in their life. This violence may range from committing domestic violence to having a psychotic breakdown. This type of violence usually results in some type of mental health issue. But in the case of the serial killer, the issue is usually psychological.
More Hiding Out!
This final theory assumes that the killer is hiding out in relative seclusion. It is often referred to as a “sheltered” or “remote” theory. The theory is based on the fact that the murderer always uses a safe house or a house that is practically invisible to the eye. It is also likely that the murderer has some sort of protection money or insurance that is preventing the authorities from finding him/her.
Theories about the serial killer are legion. Some assume that the killer always proceeds in a certain order. Others suggest that he/she always approaches his/her victims in a certain way. But the most common theory is that he/she approaches his/her victims in a random fashion and then murders them all at the same time. Other theories suggest that the killer is shy or evasive in his or her ways, but still has the wherewithal to approach and kill as many people as possible. After that, the serial killer will often retreat into himself with a growl and disappear. As you can imagine, theories are never final. There are always more questions to be answered and more suspects to choose from. But in the end, it is these theories that help free the citizen from the shadows and allow them to watch the criminal through their own eyes as he/she is being based on facts.