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tedbunny:

Photos taken of serial killer Myra Hindley by her partner Ian Brady.


The first killing experience will not only hold the strongest element of existential novelty and curiosity, but also the greatest element of danger and trepidation conjured by the unknown. Usually the incipient serial killer is too immersed in the psychological and legal challenges of the initial homicide, not to mention immediate logistics - the physical labour that the killing and disposal involve. He is therefore not in a condition to form a detached appreciation of the traumatic complexities bombarding his senses. You could, in many instances, describe the experience as an effective state of shock. He is, after all, storming pell-mell the defensive social conditioning of a lifetime, as well as declaring war upon all the organized, regulatory forces of society. In extinguishing someone’s life he is also committing his own, and has no time to stop and stare in the hazardous, psychological battlefield. In another very significant sense, he is killing his long-accepted self as well as the victim, and simultaneously giving birth to a new persona, decisively cutting the umbilical connection between himself and ordinary mankind. Having fought his former self and won, the fledgling serial killer flexes his newfound powers with more confidence. The second killing will hold all the same disadvantages, distracting elements of the first, but to a lesser degree. This allows a more objective assimilation of the experience. It also fosters an expanding sense of omnipotence, a wide-angle view of the metaphysical chessboard. In many cases, the element of elevated aestheticism in the second murder will exert a more formative impression than the first and probably of any in the future. It not only represents the rite of confirmation, a revelational leap of lack of faith in humanity, but also the onset of addiction to hedonistic nihilism. The psychic abolition of redemption. 

The first killing experience will not only hold the strongest element of existential novelty and curiosity, but also the greatest element of danger and trepidation conjured by the unknown. Usually the incipient serial killer is too immersed in the psychological and legal challenges of the initial homicide, not to mention immediate logistics - the physical labour that the killing and disposal involve. He is therefore not in a condition to form a detached appreciation of the traumatic complexities bombarding his senses. You could, in many instances, describe the experience as an effective state of shock. He is, after all, storming pell-mell the defensive social conditioning of a lifetime, as well as declaring war upon all the organized, regulatory forces of society. In extinguishing someone’s life he is also committing his own, and has no time to stop and stare in the hazardous, psychological battlefield. In another very significant sense, he is killing his long-accepted self as well as the victim, and simultaneously giving birth to a new persona, decisively cutting the umbilical connection between himself and ordinary mankind. Having fought his former self and won, the fledgling serial killer flexes his newfound powers with more confidence. The second killing will hold all the same disadvantages, distracting elements of the first, but to a lesser degree. This allows a more objective assimilation of the experience. It also fosters an expanding sense of omnipotence, a wide-angle view of the metaphysical chessboard. In many cases, the element of elevated aestheticism in the second murder will exert a more formative impression than the first and probably of any in the future. It not only represents the rite of confirmation, a revelational leap of lack of faith in humanity, but also the onset of addiction to hedonistic nihilism. The psychic abolition of redemption. 

tedbunny:

Serial killer Ian Brady on Saddleworth Moor with Detective Chief Superintendent Peter Topping of Greater Manchester Police GMP, who was in charge of reopened investigation.

tedbunny:

Serial killer Ian Brady on Saddleworth Moor with Detective Chief Superintendent Peter Topping of Greater Manchester Police GMP, who was in charge of reopened investigation.

bundyspree:

17/10/65 - UK Police search Saddleworth Moor for the bodies of children killed by Moors Murderers, Ian Brady and Myra Hindley.

bundyspree:

17/10/65 - UK Police search Saddleworth Moor for the bodies of children killed by Moors Murderers, Ian Brady and Myra Hindley.

bundyspree:

Winnie Johnson, whose son Keith Bennett was murdered by Ian Brady, digging in vain with her 23 year old son Joey, on Saddleworth Moor near Manchester in 1988. Keith’s body was never recovered and he is last missing victim of the Moors Murders.

bundyspree:

Winnie Johnson, whose son Keith Bennett was murdered by Ian Brady, digging in vain with her 23 year old son Joey, on Saddleworth Moor near Manchester in 1988. Keith’s body was never recovered and he is last missing victim of the Moors Murders.

history-and-psychopathy:

Ian Brady and Myra Hindley killed 5 children between 1963 and 1965, in Greater Manchester, England. Aged between 10 and 17 years old, their victims were sexually assaulted before being brutally murdered. Three of the victims were discovered in graves dug on Saddleworth Moor and the last victims body found at Brady’s house, the whereabouts of the fourth victim, Keith Bennett remains unknown. Both Brady and Hindley were later sentenced to life imprisonment. Hindley dying in prison in 2002. Brady has since been confined in the maximum security Ashworth Hospital where he remains on hunger strike to this day.

history-and-psychopathy:

Ian Brady and Myra Hindley killed 5 children between 1963 and 1965, in Greater Manchester, England. Aged between 10 and 17 years old, their victims were sexually assaulted before being brutally murdered. Three of the victims were discovered in graves dug on Saddleworth Moor and the last victims body found at Brady’s house, the whereabouts of the fourth victim, Keith Bennett remains unknown. Both Brady and Hindley were later sentenced to life imprisonment. Hindley dying in prison in 2002. Brady has since been confined in the maximum security Ashworth Hospital where he remains on hunger strike to this day.


“The concept of hell and endless torment is popular with those who believe they aren’t headed there.”
- Ian Brady

“The concept of hell and endless torment is popular with those who believe they aren’t headed there.”

- Ian Brady



jeffrey-fucking-dahmer:

searching the moors 

(1960s)

emocas:

when you hear a band member speak for the first time and it’s just like 

what


I think I'm gonna be sad
I think it's today, yeah
The girl that's driving me mad
Is going away, yeah

(Source: thebeatlesordie)


inthebeatleslife:

The Beatles performing “Nowhere Man”


gresswellgraphicarts:

i then took a trip to saddleworth moor where ian brady and myra hindley burried their victims to get some pictures for myself rather than relying on the internet for images

br1ndle:

Ian Brady.
Murderer, Rapist, Child Molester, Paedophile, Psychopath, Pornographer, Sadist, Author.

br1ndle:

Ian Brady.

Murderer, Rapist, Child Molester, Paedophile, Psychopath, Pornographer, Sadist, Author.

the-wayward-escapist:

Andy Serkis playing Ian Brady is the best thing I’ve seen in years. Probably the most accurate portrayal of Brady I’ve ever seen.

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