9 – Color Me Nine

March 25, 2016

  • The girls talk about “Someone Knows Something” the podcast.
  • “The Simpsons” is swooned over.
  • 1,500 people in the Facebook group.
  • Karen covers Paul Bateson. He played the radiologist’s assistant in the Exorcist.
  • Georgia covers Josh Phillips and Eric Smith.
  • Murder trivia facts:
    • DNA was first used to convict a killer in the 80s, the killer was named Colin Pitchfork and he had killed two girls.
    • Serial killers are obsessive masturbators because they can’t attain normal sexual relationships.
    • Most women who kill when using a weapon will use a knife because it’s more personal.
    • Many killers start out a peeping toms.
    • Aileen Wuornos last words were “Yes, I would just like to say, I’m sailing with the rock and I’ll be back like Independence Day with Jesus. June 6th. Like the movie. Big mothership and all. I’ll be back. I’ll be back.”

Hometown Murder:

Lilly K – She’s a forensic psychologist. Paul Bernardo affected her so much that she chose her career because of him. During his killings the bus company would let anyone out at night at any point on the route because they didn’t want people to be walking too far alone. Regular gym classes were cancelled, and self defense classes were put in place instead. Guy in her high school that looked more like the sketch of Bernardo than Bernardo actually did. She went to the trial and made her college boyfriend at the time go with her. When they took Bernardo’s handcuffs off, he wouldn’t just turn his wrists to have them removed, he would turn his entire body as if he was trying to look everyone in the gallery in the eye. Wrote all of her psych papers on Paul or Karla.

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