Edmund Kemper: Overview of his Life including the first Crime

by Erin Banks On December 18, 1948 a boy was born to Clarnell and Edmund Kemper II, a couple that was described as loudspoken, a euphemism for having a short fuse from some of Kemper’s corroborations. Carrying on a family tradition, the child was officially named Edmund Emil, yet was called “Guy” by both family… Continue reading Edmund Kemper: Overview of his Life including the first Crime

Ted Bundy: SOLVED! Myths – “Investigation Discovery” fake Bundy Voice? & Quote

by Erin Banks Someone posted the Investigation Discovery trailer for the upcoming Bundy documentary “Ted Bundy: Mind of a Monster,” to premiere this Sunday, August 18, 2019 in our The Ted Bundy Research Group on facebook today. I immediately gasped when I heard the first few lines spoken by Bundy, “I used to see a… Continue reading Ted Bundy: SOLVED! Myths – “Investigation Discovery” fake Bundy Voice? & Quote

Edmund Kemper: Trading Prisons – Childhood Home vs Mental Hospital

by Erin Banks Last fall when the Oxygen documentary “Kemper on Kemper” aired, a True Crime researcher from The Edmund Kemper Discussion Group on facebook pointed out to me that there was an uncomfortable and likely unhealthy parallel between young Kemper being locked into the pitch black basement at night by his mother, and his… Continue reading Edmund Kemper: Trading Prisons – Childhood Home vs Mental Hospital

Edmund Kemper: Thoughts on his “Morality” and the “Cure” for Neurodiversity

by Erin Banks For those who are familiar with or interested in Kemper, I co-admin a group on the man and his case on facebook, namely The Edmund Kemper Discussion Group. Recently, I’ve come to ponder Kemper’s own brand or sense of morality which warranted killing co-eds of age, yet in contrast he appeared to… Continue reading Edmund Kemper: Thoughts on his “Morality” and the “Cure” for Neurodiversity