what serial killers and murderers think about pornography .

Discussion in 'Porn Addiction' started by Victor Zsasz, Nov 9, 2021.

  1. Victor Zsasz

    Victor Zsasz Fapstronaut

    Warning: Some material in this blog may be disturbing to sensitive readers.

    Do serial killers or murderers exhibit common behaviors? Based on the hundreds of crime dramas I've watched, I believe they do.

    Now, I'm no expert, but I thought it might prove interesting to see if convicted serial killers and murderers ever disclosed their interest in pornography. I did this because one of Net Nanny's goals is to block Internet porn and pornography addiction is top of mind at our company.

    Viewing pornography doesn't necessarily cause violent behavior; however, I believe that if someone has aggressive or violent tendencies, viewing violent pornography may exacerbate those tendencies by giving the viewer the idea that fantasies might be "normal."

    The following is a summary of direct quotes or information about various convicted serial killers from the past.

    • Serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer of Wisconsin, speaking of his routine before hunting for a victim said, “Just…using pictures of past victims…the pornography videos, the magazines…” Jeffrey Dahmer killed 17 boys and men.
    • Ted Bundy, convicted rapist and mutilation murderer of Washington, said that hard-core pornography had a "crystallizing effect" on his violent tendencies and his acting out during the 1970s.
    • Arthur Gary Bishop from Utah, executed for raping and murdering five boys in the 1980s, said pornography's "effect on me was devastating."
    • Andrei Chikatilo, a Russian serial killer, murdered at least 53 women and children. "…with pictures of naked women in his prison cell, he blamed pornography as the cause of this troubles."
    • Wisconsin resident Ed Gein, the first serial killer, aka The Butcher of Plainfield, and inspiration for movies such as Psycho, Maniac, and The Silence of the Lambs "accumulated a library of anatomy books, porn magazines, horror and adventure novel…" in the 1950s.
    • John Wayne Gacy's wife filed for divorce in 1976 because "Gacy's moods had become erratic, and [she] had found Gacy's pornographic magazine collection which was all centered around young boys." Gacy killed at least 33 young men and boys in Chicago, Illinois.
    • The nickname BTK (bind, torture, kill) was given to Dennis Rader, a Kansas native, who killed 10 people. "He kept meticulous records of his fantasies and crimes in what he called his 'mother lode' collection of pornography."
    • David Berkowitz killed over a dozen people in New York. He joined a cult and was introduced to "drug use, sadistic pornography and violent crime." The cult also created and distributed child pornography.
    • Richard Ramirez was exposed to explicit pictures of his cousin "raping Vietnamese women and severing the heads of Vietcong soldiers." He in turn killed at least 13 people in California.
    • Edmund Kemper, a California serial killer and necrophile known as the Co-ed Killer, used pornography and detective magazines for erotic stimulation; he picked up women who were hitch-hiking, then killed, and raped them post-mortem.
    • Ottis Toole from Florida became obsessed with gay pornography. He "committed his first murder at the age of 14." During his killing spree, accompanied by Henry Lee Lucas, he killed 108 people.
    • The Grim Sleeper, Lonnie Franklin Jr., "had a penchant for prostitutes and pornography." A resident of LA, he would pick up prostitutes, take pornographic pictures of his victims, then strangle them to death. His killing spree included 11 murders.
    • In the 2013 murder case of Tia Sharp, a 12-year-old girl from the UK, the judge declared to murderer Stuart Hazell, "the records of your internet searching on your mobile phone make abundantly clear that you were looking out for pornographic pictures of pre-teen girls."
    • In 2013, on the day Mark Bridger, a UK native,abducted April Jones, he "viewed online photographs of a young girl and a pornographic cartoon depicting...rape."
    The use of pornography likely will not result in the casual viewer to commit violent acts; in the cases cited above, their behaviors included pornography use. I believe pornography can have serious and lasting affects on behavior.
  2. joyjoy311

    joyjoy311 Fapstronaut

    Well we are a few billion people and I don't think we have even a few thousands of examples connect to one and each other while porn addicts might be millions.
    But, there are people that like to collect porn, to have fixations with a girl and save everything about her, this is definitely some obsessive behavior like serial killers would exibit.
    When you are a serial killer that is the lowest you can be as a human, they are capable of anything and they feel nothing I don't think pornography turns them in serial killers at all, might share same behaviors like stalking, collecting, obessions, but those are super real psychological problems that will reflect in bad behaviors.
    I would describe pornography like a parasite, if it becomes a habbit it will exists there like a parasite even if you are a priest or a serial killer, it will drain mentally the host till will take a big part of its life. I think there is no reason to blame porn for everything in this world, it is certainly a bad thing but its simply a mental drug.
    If serial killers would be addicted to pornography I don't think they would have the energy to kill their victims, their violence comes from somewhere else.
  3. Victor Zsasz

    Victor Zsasz Fapstronaut

    pornography does turn people into demons and it has been proved many a times. it doesnt mean that its the only source for violence but it can turn out to be worser than it.
  4. im_done

    im_done Fapstronaut

    I know this wasn't the aim, but I'm going to use this post as a deterrent against topics regarding pornography. If anyone mentions it, i'm going to call them a serial killer. I'll also think about these freaks each time I try to PMO.
  5. haasvf2

    haasvf2 Fapstronaut

    My thoughts are on demented scenarios while watching p. Things I know to be wrong. Pain in the world if my thoughts were played out. Depravity would still exists without p but what a great day if p was rejected by us all.
  6. Moatasem

    Moatasem Fapstronaut

    Let's be frank, I don't think any amount of porn is doing some good for anyone, even for people who don't have already pre-existing violent behaviors or prerequisites, it's unbelievably dangerous, the amount of times I have seen people cross their moral boundaries in order to enrapture themselves using horrible pornography (CP, Extreme BDSM, Cannibalism etc.) is terrifying.
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