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Murderers’ Families Share The Grisly Early Warning Signs Of Deadly Behaviour

by : UNILAD on : 02 May 2016 16:39
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‘He seemed like a normal guy’ is the cliché line from anyone who knew a murderer, but an AMA on Reddit is flipping that on its head by revealing the creepy things people’s family members did before becoming a murderer.

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Redditor daedriKARMAr asked ‘Relatives of murderers, what memories stand out as red flags?’ and the responses are eye-opening and slightly terrifying:

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Wow, that’s a messed up childhood memory. Luckily, strawberrypops seems to be maintaining a sense of humour about it:

Fun fact, after he tried killing my mum (a poor enough attempt that she wasn’t actually physically harmed thankfully), a psychiatrist told her she should stay with him because “he won’t cope on his own”. Good 80s advice right there.

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Another post managed to unite two people across the internet who were both unknowingly close to the same murderer. Eerie:

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A crazy reminder of the devastation that these tragedies cause in families. Thankfully, it seems to have a positive outcome, of sorts.

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User rielephant shared a story about a distant relative who showed disturbing tenancies from a young age:

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By this point, I’m sure you’re doing the same as me and making a mental list of crazy things to look out for in friends, family and colleagues, in case they turn murderous one day.

Another thing to watch out for is neediness apparently:

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Boot-camp implies army training of some kind which means that maybe that murderer had been trained to kill. Yikes.

Although, ForgottenRaven took issue with a slightly unusual part of that story:

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Somehow that made butchers sound incredibly creepy. In fact, everything in this Reddit thread is creeping me out – how do so many people know murderers?

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Reddit user SimpleLemonDragon had a poignant reminder that there are no rules for predicting who could become a murderer:

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Personally, I’m keeping a close eye on everyone around me from now on.

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