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    Member Array Scissorhands's Avatar
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    1. Positive, but the answer was painfully obvious.
    2. Ed Gein
    3. A muderer you are not, but those pulsating little veins pushing their way to the surface of your sweat covered forehead may be an indication that you should sharpen your hunting knife and stock up on bleach.
    MBTI: INTx
    Enneagram: 5w4
    Big Five: RCxEI
    Hogwarts House: Ravenclaw
    Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
    IQ: 147
    EQ: Don't even ask.

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    Junior Member Array Trident's Avatar
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    Real question. Should I be worried that I knew the answer to the first one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trident View Post
    Real question. Should I be worried that I knew the answer to the first one?
    Doubt it. Not unless you feel you have any real reason to worry. It's pretty easy to guess at.

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    Your result for The Serial Killer Test ...
    David Berkowitz
    Your personality matches Criminal Profile 40816###.
    "I am deeply hurt by your calling me a woman hater. I am not. But I am a monster. I am the 'Son of Sam.' I am a little brat.
    When father Sam gets drunk he gets mean. He beats his family. Sometimes he ties me up to the back of the house. Other times he locks me in the garage. Sam loves to drink blood.
    'Go out and kill,' commands father Sam."
    Your personality type matches the criminal profile of David Berkowitz: Son of Sam.
    He was always big for his age and always felt different and less attractive than his peers. All through his youth he was uncomfortable with other people. He did have one sport, baseball, which he played well.
    His neighbors remember him as a nice-looking boy but with a violent streak, a bully who assaulted neighborhood kids for no apparent reason. He was hyperactive and very difficult for Pearl and Nat to control.
    Even before the murders began, David had set some 1,488 fires in the city of New York and kept a diary of each one. He was acting out a control fantasy.
    His landlords owned a noisy dog that howled frequently. The neighborhood dogs howled back. In David's diseased mind demons lived within the dogs and their howling was the way they ordered David to go hunting for blood; the blood of pretty young women.
    Berkowitz was driven to the edge: "I'd come home to Coligni avenue like at six-thirty in the morning. It would begin then, the howling. On my days, off, I heard it all night, too. It made me scream. I used to scream out begging for the noise to stop. It never did.
    "The demons never stopped. I couldn't sleep. I had no strength to fight. I could barely drive. Coming home from work one night, I almost killed myself in the car. I needed to sleep....The demons wouldn't give me any peace."
    He killed half a dozen people and wounded several others as a result of his madness.
    While you may or may not be capable of performing the horrific acts he did, you loosely resemble (with some obvious exceptions) his criminal profile based upon your general motivations, preferences and behavior patterns.

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