“I created a fantasy world more powerful than my real one.”
That’s actually a pretty nice quote as is. It doesn’t seem chilling, it easily could have been said by an author or something; let’s take a look at who said that shall we?
“I created a fantasy world more powerful than my real one.” ~ Jeffery Dahmer
If any of you have managed to hide from this name and don’t know who he is then he is one of the most prolific serial killers in ‘recent’ history. He would go on to kill 17 young men (most of which were black, gay, or both) preform horrifying experiments on them and even eat some of the later ones. He got away with this for a scary long time (1978–1991). He had flown under the radar for so long that he must’ve assumed that he just wouldn’t be caught.
His “fantasy world” was him killing and having sex with the corpses of men. He was able to fly under the radar for so long that he simply didn’t think much about the very real consequences of his actions. Makes it send a chill up your spine doesn’t it?
“I don’t like Mondays” ~ Brenda Ann Spencer
No, not the hip song by The Boomtown Rats in 1979, what the song is inspired by. On a Monday morning in early 1979 Brenda Ann Spencer brought her fathers rifle to school and killed 2 students and wounded 8 other students as well as a police officer when she opened fire. Her reasoning for all of this?
“I don’t like Mondays.”
Just had to add that one since it sends chills up my spine every time I hear the song.
“Ordinary people, simply doing their jobs, and without any particular hostility on their part, can become agents in a terrible destructive process. Moreover, even when the destructive effects of their work become patently clear, and they are asked to carry out actions incompatible with fundamental standards of morality, relatively few people have the resources needed to resist authority.” - Stanley Milgram
For anyone who doesn’t know this quote is in reference to the Milgram Experiment. The Milgram Experiment is a psychological experiment that would not be allowed today. Volunteers were told to deliver shocks to a third party that they could not see but could hear scream (he was not being shocked and was an actor). The shocks got worse and worse until they reached a level that is fatal to humans. When the people were told by an authority to administer the shock despite it being fatal many went through with it; believing that they were ultimately killing the person on the other side of the wall.
“Lets see what happens.”
This quote was said during the Stanford Prison Experiment. 24 college aged boys, who volunteered mostly for the pay, were set into roles of either “prisoners” or “prison guards.” The experimenters were trying to see power dynamics and how they worked in a controlled way. Things got out of hand quickly with the “prisoners” starting revolutions and the “prison guards” stripping, abusing, and tormenting the “prisoners.” The experiment was set to last two weeks but was cancelled after only six days. The experimenters could have stepped in at any time but waited until it got rather bad to do so.
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