Female killers general Anonymous 429
>the victim of premeditated murder by her two teenage daughters, Sandra and Elizabeth Andersen
Six hundred and fifty motherfucking victims
Youtube suggested this ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC140PSrairHki1J_Prt2aCQ/videos
) to me the other day because of my love for documentaries, you may like this, anon!
I found this blog when looking for new news about Nevada-tan, it has a weird political agenda but the huge list of female killers is super interesting.https://unknownmisandry.blogspot.com/p/index-female-serial-killers.html
Some of these only have an ancient newspaper article as evidence. I can't find the page for it on here but there was a disturbing one about a two year old who killed a newborn who allegedly was quoted saying something like "wet's till the baby, shall we?" so I wonder if some of these stories really happened or were just ancient clickbait to sell papers.
Yeah that site is some MRA bullshit, I wouldn't give it too much credit.
>The site was intended to focus on historical documents that document the falsehood of “herstory” in general and to present the outline of the early stages of the men’s rights movement
Shanda Renee Sharer (June 6, 1979 – January 11, 1992) was an American girl who was tortured and burned to death in Madison, Indiana, by four teenage girls. She was 12 years old at the time of her death. The incident attracted international attention due to both the brutality of the murder and the young age of the perpetrators, who were aged between 15 and 17 years old.
read the whole thing.
All four girls had troubled backgrounds with claims of physical or sexual abuse committed by a parent or other adult. Hope Rippey, Toni Lawrence, and Laurie Tackett had histories of self-harming behavior. Tackett was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder and suffering from hallucinations.
Melinda Loveless, often described as the ringleader in the attack, had the most extensive history of abuse and mental health issues.
This shit is terrifying.
Be sure to watch the movie, it's good.
those girls were so messed up beyond all belief because of evil people in their lives. I'm not condoning their behaviour whatsoever but they were victims too.
the shanda sharer murder, along with junko furuta, are some of the worst, most horrifying cases that still stick out to me because of the prolonged cruelty and torture. the girls were so fucked up and miserable, but what they did to her was so atrocious.
This is way more interesting that mainstream TCC and their idolized criminal moids.
Shand Sharer, haven't heard this one in a while.>12 when she was murdered >murderers were girls aged 15 to 17>tension due to silly relationship drama>abducted and taken to a castle>bound in ropes, terrified>took her Mickey Mouse watch and danced to the music it made
Jesus she was just a kid>took her from the castle, she begged to go home >took her bra>got lost and ended up at a petrol station asking for directions>drove out to the middle of nowhere>stripped her naked and beat her>slammed her face into someones knee until her mouth was torn apart on her braces>strangled unconscious with a rope>put her back in the car thinking she was dead>drive home to clean themselves up>Sharer starts screaming so they go out and stab her a few times>thinks shed dead now, but she still isn't >they tell eachothers futures with rhinestones>drive back to the castle>Sharer sits up with her eyes rolling in her head and they beat her with a tire iron>spray her with windex>burn her to death>go ti McDonalds for breakfast and laugh about how Sharers body looks like one if their sausages
And all over a silly love triangle
Damn, this channel does no longer exist.
Those sacks of shit deserve to be euthanized.
>>3913>took her Mickey Mouse watch
it is so fucking annoying to me that this human garbage can murder someone and go on to have a thriving authorial career
she should be rotting in a cell
What the fuck, this is such a trippy piece of information. Any other weird stories about established public figures like this? >>5267
If you haven’t seen the movie, it’s worth watching.
Not exactly the same but the Kevin Spacey thing with all the guys dying and then his creepy Xmas videos.
Jennifer Pan's case is a really interesting one
I remember watching a jcs video on her
Why do I almost always root for the criminals in the interrogation videos even though the things they’ve done disgust me?
I've done this before except for Nikolas Cruz. Fuck that dude
I mean, obviously you do after a while. You're conditioned to fictionalize what you see on the tube. You keep on compulsively viewing this over and over again and fixate parasitically on the "underdog" of the situation…which will always be the serial killer.
If you could see footage of the victim alone with the killer, who would you root for?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olga_Hepnarová>I am a loner. A destroyed woman. A woman destroyed by people … I have a choice – to kill myself or to kill others. I choose TO PAY BACK MY HATERS. It would be too easy to leave this world as an unknown suicide victim. Acta non verba. Society is too indifferent, rightly so. My verdict is: I, Olga Hepnarová, the victim of your bestiality, sentence you to death.
What the fuck was her motivation??? Nothing I've read explains any of it.
usually these kind of people hate their own lives so they hate other life in general so they do these kind of crimes. in short. its mental illness.
She is a nurse who killed babies. her name is Lucy Letby. This case is in the UK
i looked into this case and i cant find any reason as to why she would have been doing this. i don't necessarily doubt that she did it, but other than that weird post it note, which to me looks like nervous ramblings more than a confession, i havent been able to find anything about a motive.
Recently came across a killer called Mary Pearcey. She wasn't outstanding as far as killers go - she killed her lover's wife and baby in a fit of jealousy. That said, there are theories out there about her possibly having been Jack the Ripper. I just wanted to post a pic of her because she looks freaky AF.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Pearcey
I think that's just old photography not doing her any favors. Too much blending into a masklike white. Looks like one of those faces that'd be alright in person.
This site makes a case for Constance Kent's murder of her half-brother being the first modern detective case.https://www.historicmysteries.com/constance-kent/
If so it's an inauspicious start. Whitcher was taken off the case and recalled in disgrace in some part for having leveled such accusations at a woman of nobler birth than his own. She was instead convicted five years later as a result of confessing under her own initiative rather than due to police investigation.
Between this and the Ripper cases, which others have argued was also hampered by British classism, I do wonder how Scotland Yard and British policework eventually gained a good reputation. Was it just that they did manage to catch Crippen, who as an American expat was not protected by the conventions of British class? Did they catch a lot of German spies during the world wars? Was it just because of early television dramatized serials?
Nah the big eyes, pointy ears, and teeth are creepy.
The eyes look bigger than they are because there's almost no contrast at the lids and because there's a pattern layered over the image which draws attention away from what contrast actually exists. The pattern itself gives an impression of reptilian scales or another inhuman texture, but forcing your brain to ignore it also ignores her actual facial texture. Her eyes are not protrusive or excessively rounded. I'd say there's a bit of a masculine shape to her eyes, without the masculine tendency towards sunkenness, but in person and in motion that would probably seem fine. Her teeth also suffer from photographic texture blending, made worse by how the light or photography treatment caught her jaw. She's got a case of bunny teeth but not really anything extraordinary for her time - most people hid their teeth in their photos for a reason that didn't have to do with exposure times. Her ears are a little tall and straight but if she was turning her head slightly and speaking it would not look bad.
I'm not sure what the science of Phrenology would have said about her but to me she looks like she just got the worst end of the camera.
https://themobmuseum.org/blog/top-5-women-of-organized-crime/>In 1994, Florida charged her in the killings of the two-year-old boy and the married couple. She faced the death penalty, but the case fizzled after two secretaries in the state prosecutor’s office allegedly had “phone sex” with lead prosecution witness Jorge “Rivi” Ayala, Blanco’s hit man who killed the three victims.
…fucking hybristos ISTG.
Here's a sketch of her that was made by the executioner. The old photography plus the front profile probably didn't do her good.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Sylvia_Likens>Despite twice unsuccessfully having attempted to escape from prison in 1971, she was released in December 1972.>After her 1972 parole, Paula Baniszewski assumed a new identity. She worked as an aide to a school counselor for 14 years at the Beaman-Conrad-Liscomb-Union-Whitten Community School in Conrad, Iowa, having changed her name to Paula Pace, and concealing the truth regarding her criminal history when applying for the position. She was fired in 2012 when the school discovered her true identity. Paula married and had two children.
I have to admit it sickens me how she could torture her best friend to death, be found guilty in a court of law, and then go on to live what is by most measurements a respected and comfortable life. Career, family, and community.
There was one with a funny wikipedia page because she kept trying to kill people but kept failing in all sorts of different ways. I think she tried like 4 times but only actually killed one person. I cant find her name now, anyone know who i mean?
I wonder if the official figures regarding deaths by poisoning are actually valid, since a lot of the most convenient poisons seem either untraceable or plausible as non-murders. Epinephrine-induced heart attacks like in the embed managed to look like normal hospital work cardiac events for nearly a decade, and epipens are pretty common. There are other "untraceable" killer drugs too, most commonly based on things found naturally in the human body or continuously metabolized or degrading postmortem, like potassium. And fentanyl or ketamine would look like a drug overdose if a given moid had a history of drug use.