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Charles Manson ID card 

Charles Manson ID card 

Adam Lanza in 2008, when he was in the 10th grade at Newton High School. One of Adam’s teachers said he had “episodes” when he became completely silent and withdrawn, but appeared to be making progress socially in school. (Frontline)

Adam Lanza in 2008, when he was in the 10th grade at Newton High School. One of Adam’s teachers said he had “episodes” when he became completely silent and withdrawn, but appeared to be making progress socially in school. (Frontline)

Ted Bundy - Handwriting Analysis.
"Brutally raped and murdered more than 30 women. One of the most famous killers of all time, Ted Bundy vented his rage on women, mostly college girls, all the while maintaining the facade of a perfectly normal, intelligent, model citizen. His traveling ways, clever tactics, and thorough body disposal methods make it difficult to even say how many women Bundy killed during his reign, but he was definitely one of the most prolific and frightening serial killers of all time.”
Note the emphasized lower zone and the deformed letters.

Ted Bundy - Handwriting Analysis.

"Brutally raped and murdered more than 30 women. One of the most famous killers of all time, Ted Bundy vented his rage on women, mostly college girls, all the while maintaining the facade of a perfectly normal, intelligent, model citizen. His traveling ways, clever tactics, and thorough body disposal methods make it difficult to even say how many women Bundy killed during his reign, but he was definitely one of the most prolific and frightening serial killers of all time.”

Note the emphasized lower zone and the deformed letters.

“My mother ran away from home at age fifteen and became pregnant by a man who was seventeen. I was born. The newspapers call her a whore, but really she was just like the flower children. I was born from love. I don’t blame my mother, because that is pointless. She would just blame her mother, and I suppose her mother would then blame her own mother. I don’t blame anybody.”
— Charles Manson, 1970

“My mother ran away from home at age fifteen and became pregnant by a man who was seventeen. I was born. The newspapers call her a whore, but really she was just like the flower children. I was born from love. I don’t blame my mother, because that is pointless. She would just blame her mother, and I suppose her mother would then blame her own mother. I don’t blame anybody.”

— Charles Manson, 1970