The Iceman - Interview with Richard Kuklinski, who murdered over 100 people. In part 1, he mentions the abuse he suffered at the hands of both his parents (his dad would abuse him all the time, even when not drunk; his mom would hit him with a rod, but says she was a victim of her situation); how he used to abuse animals (tied the tails of two cats together and hung them on a clothesline and watched them attack each other; said he did not feel anything, not even an adrenaline rush, when killing someone (he said that was disappointing); and said at one point he would kill people just for looking at him wrong. He liked killing them up close and wanted his eyes to be the last thing they would see.
In part 2, he says he would feel a sense of relief after killing someone. Describes two ways in which he killed people. At the end of this part, he mentions that the interviewer has made him mad.
In part 3, he mentions how he would tie people up and leave them in a cave for rats to eat (he would have it videotaped). This did make him feel disgusted, but he did it anyway so that he could feel something.
Part 4 (haven’t watched it yet because that’s all I can take for now)
I read the book about him, very interesting, sick… but interesting. It’s crazy what the mind can turn to
Anonymous asked:So where did you hear about it being illegal to name shows in America with numbers? Were you being sarcastic? Cause there is definitely a show named 30 rock and many other shows I've come across (never actually watched) that have begun with numbers. I'm not trying to start anything. I am American and I'm genuinely curious about this.
No I wasn’t being sarcastic I am always serious on this site and this isn’t a humor blog it’s a learn-about-american-television blog