These mothers overstepped theboundaries, exposing their children toinappropriate sexual behavior.
Bobby Jo Long( a serial killer) killed women he characterized as whores and sluts, who he said reminded him of his own mom.
Henry Lee Lucas also suffered gender confusion as a child. his mother dressed him as a girl until he was 7. He had long hair as a girl & once her mother beaten him senselessly after he had his hair cut because his teacher complained.
It is usually the sadistically disciplinarian father that pops up in the serial killers family tree.
John Gacys ( a serial killer) dad berated him frequently calling him a sissy, queer, and a failure. Gacys father beat his mother, and shot his sons beloved dog to punish young John.
Albert DeSalvos ( a serial killer) father would bring home prostitutes and brutally beat his mother, breaking her fingers one by one as young Albert helplessly watched.
Adoption Adoption as a potential contribution to the serial killers motivation is fascinating because it creates two questions.
The first one is that the biological parents may have left their child with deviant genes. Secondly If the child actually meets his biological parent and is again rejected, then the damage is worse.
If someone comes to know that he/she was adopted then they start fantasizing questions like: Was the father a gangster? A hero? And why did they "reject" their child?
Some lust murderers claim that exposure to violent events ignited their thirst for blood. Ed Gein, among others, said that seeing farm animals slaughtered gave him perverted ideas.
Both Albert Fish and Andrei Chikatilo blamed their sadistic bloodlust on frightening childhood stories.
For different reasons, many multiple murderers are isolated as children Lucas, who was already a shy child, was ridiculed because of his artificial eye. He later said that this mass rejection caused him to hate everyone.
Kenneth Bianchi was also a child loner, with many problems. One clinical report said that "the boy drips urine in his pants, doesnt make friends very easily and The other children make fun of him. Resulted the isolation grows more severe, the reliance on fantasies, especially destructive ones.
Every serial killer has his or her unique way of killing their victim. Behind every murder there is always a reason, motive, thinking and psyche that an individual hold in his whole thought process. Every victim becomes a target of either revenge or pure obsession.
All serial killers try to execute their prey in a manner that satisfies them psychologically and physiologically. Serials killers mostly have a history behind them. Most of these serial killers usually have experienced divorce, separation, or the lack of parent and some of them have experienced physical or sexual abuse and even more have emotional neglect.
Psychopaths identify with the aggressive role model, such as an abusive parent, and attack the weaker, more vulnerable self by projecting it onto others.
As multiple murderer Dennis Nilsen put it, "I was killing myself only but it was always the bystander who died.“ Dr. Meloy writes that in early childhood development, there is a split in the infant psychopath: the "soft me" which is the vulnerable inside, and the "hard not-me" which is the intrusive, punishing outside (neglectful or painful experiences.)