Amanda Seaton is a 38 year old Content Creator from Wisconsin. She obtained her BS in Criminal Justice and Homeland Security from Herzing University in 2013 and her MS in Criminal Justice and Forensics from Capella University in 2014.
The Campus Killer.
1. Bundy thought his biological mother was his sister. November 24, 1946, 22-year-old Eleanor Louise Cowell, known as Louise, gave birth to Theodore Robert Cowell at the Elizabeth Lund Home for unwed mothers. Initially, Eleanor thought about placing the baby up for adoption. Ted’s grandfather, Sam Cowell convinced her to join the family in Philadelphia, so they did. For years, Ted believed that his biological mother was his sister until he got old enough and was able to see through her lies. Bundy had told Ann Rule, author of The Stranger Beside Me that “Maybe I just figured out that there couldn’t be twenty years’ difference in age between a brother and a sister, and Louise always took care of me. I just grew up knowing that she was really my mother.”
“The Trash Can Killer”
Who is Patrick Wayne Kearney? Patrick Wayne Kearney, born in East Los Angeles, CA September 24, 1939 is an 81-year-old American serial killer, serial rapist, cannibal, and necrophile who had killed between 20 and 41 young men across the state of California from 1962 to 1977. Kearney, the youngest of three siblings, all boys. He was said to have been raised in a family with stability. Kearney did suffer from child-hood trauma, a common finding amongst serial killers. Kearney was described as a thin and sickly young man, leaving him open for school-yard bullies. By the time Kearney reached his teenage years he had become withdrawn from society and often fantasied about killing people.
Remembering Baby Brianna
When a child is born; most parents look down upon their creation with a sense of warmth, a smile upon their face and love in their heart. As their infant begins to grow most parents are left with a sense of accomplishment knowing that they've done their best to raise their children. For some children however, they're robbed of these opportunities, to grow, learn, feel and live in a world filled with love. Imagine, watching your own child being thrown around the house, being violently raped by her father, her uncle and as a mother doing absolutely nothing about it. Imagine the fear, the anxiety, the hopelessness that poor infant felt as the people that were supposed to love and protect her were the ones that took her life before it had a chance to begin.