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  • august 27th 1960 for ground kemper is sitting at the kitchen table editing the manuscript of her Boy Scouts book boy's life, Her 15 year old grandson.

  • Edmund walks up behind her and puts two bullets in her head.

  • He then stabs her three times.

  • He later explains to police why he did it.

  • I just wondered how it would feel to shoot grandma.

  • That's brutal.

  • But in the great scheme of things it was the least shocking of Edmund Kemper's crimes to know the man, you have to know the child.

  • Ed Kemper was one disturbed kid.

  • But it's not surprising when you hear some details about his life that day when he shot his grandma someone he loved dearly.

  • He then stabbed her three times and he said he had to make sure she was well and truly dead because he didn't want her to suffer after that.

  • He carried the body up to one of the rooms and he waited for his grandpa to get home from grocery shopping duties.

  • When he heard a car pull into the driveway, he greeted this man.

  • He also loved dearly with shopping bags in his arms.

  • Grandpa kemper smiled widely and said, Hey buddy, Ed later told the police when he turned, I placed the rifle this far.

  • He used his forefingers demonstrate the distance from the back of his head and shot him.

  • By the time Ed was 15, he was already messed up.

  • Although we think we didn't really need to tell you that this kid, massive in height and build with a very high I.

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  • Was not like other kids.

  • He wouldn't be like other adults either unless it's not that unusual to sleep with the heads of the women you've killed.

  • Kemper blamed his mother for that.

  • For the most part at least clar Nel kemper wasn't easy to please.

  • She'd grown up wanting only the best.

  • She was intelligent and very ambitious in high school expecting to marry the ideal american prince charming.

  • She got what she wanted to.

  • After finishing school, she became president of the National Federation of Federal Employees.

  • She stood at a great height, both figuratively and literally, but even the best wasn't good enough for her.

  • That's when she met Ed's father also called Edmond.

  • He was a behemoth of a man standing six ft eight inches.

  • He wasn't a man to be messed with his status as a special forces commando in the army, impressing the hard to please Carnell.

  • Then Ed sr went to war fighting in the Devil's brigade, an outfit known to take on the riskiest missions, missions from which many soldiers did not come back in one such mission fighting against an elite german squadron.

  • He was only one of 23% of his battalion to come back alive when he got back to the U.

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  • To Cornell.

  • He was wounded both physically and mentally.

  • He was a changed man no longer.

  • The dashing soldier that Carnell admired, he was downbeat and depressed.

  • Having discovered hell on earth in the war, She became disappointed in him crestfallen that her hero was all too human.

  • He later said that facing his nagging wife was more difficult than facing the German elite soldiers.

  • The atomic bomb testings were nothing compared to living with her, he said, adding that she did more damage to him than 396 days and nights of fighting on the front.

  • Did you might wonder why are we telling you all this?

  • The answer is this story can't be told without knowing something about Carnell leaving her out would be like talking about a malignant tumor and not mentioning the cause of cancer.

  • On December 18, 1948, their second child was born.

  • His name was Edmund Emil Kemper III.

  • He was the malignant tumor, the product of a cancerous relationship.

  • He grew up with his mother after Kemper Senior could not take it anymore and left the family home.

  • Now, young Ed became the sole focus of cardinals, frustrations and failures belittling him at every opportunity she got growing up, His mother used his sisters to bully and harass him.

  • He was made to feel shame about himself.

  • Something from which his mom derived much enjoyment for that young Edward sometimes cut off the head of his sister's dolls, as you know, he'd be preoccupied with the heads later in life.

  • One time his sister teased him about his crush on his teacher, to which he replied, If I kissed her, I'd have to kill her first, fearing her own son.

  • Carnell locked him in a basement in the dark, making him sleep there with the scurrying rats as he got taller.

  • She moved his bedroom down there for good, turning the key to the sounds of his sobbing there, he fantasized about violence once beheading the family cat.

  • On his return upstairs, he kept the skull in his closet.

  • Meanwhile, Carnell tried and failed to meet a man that lived up to her very high expectations for all her woes.

  • She blamed Ed the product of the man that had left her.

  • Ed cried for days on end, pleading with his mom to let him go live with his pop.

  • His father eventually took possession of young Ed, although he quickly moved the teenager in with his parents, Edmonds, sr and maude where they lived on a farm.

  • They adored the child, showering him with love and gifts.

  • One of those gifts was a 22 rifle which unbeknownst to them.

  • At first, Ed used to kill just about every single animal in sight.

  • When summer came, he was returned to his mother.

  • He later went back to the farm, a changed boy.

  • He killed more animals with that rifle after which his granddad confiscated it.

  • You know what happened next, Ed was subsequently sent to a psychiatric institution?

  • Their doctors remarked on Ed's friendly demeanor and high intelligence.

  • He was called a sociopath, but a boy with outstanding qualities who could use those qualities for good in the right environment all the time.

  • Ed was well aware of how to manipulate the doctors that treated him after all his I was near genius level at age 21 he was released and sent back into the heart of the furnace that founded him A.

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  • His mother's house almost immediately they had what he later called vicious battles.

  • He got a job working for the California highway department and also got his own place.

  • Still his mother kept tabs on him, calling him nightly to complain.

  • Ed called her a manipulating controlling beast, echoing what his father had said.

  • Something was about to blow May 7th 1972.

  • Ed, now six ft nine inches tall, weighing in at £280 was driving his car down the freeway when he spotted two young women hitchhiking.

  • They were Marianne, pesci and Anita Louisa.

  • He then picked them up.

  • Although somewhere on the journey they realized he wasn't going in the direction and he said he would go in.

  • He then stopped the car in a quiet area and got into the back seat there.

  • This huge man put handcuffs on pesci and took lou checks out to the trunk.

  • He later remarked of sitting with Pesci in the back.

  • I was really quite struck by her personality and her looks and there was just almost a reverence there.

  • There was absolutely no contact with improper areas.

  • He said.

  • What bothered him though was the fact that he might have accidentally brushed up against her breast, embarrassed.

  • He said to her, whoops, I'm sorry.

  • This was a man that was about to kill her.

  • Just after the apology, he put a bag over her head and stabbed her to death, slitting her throat at the end of the attack.

  • He then went to the trunk and did pretty much the same to look Tessa.

  • But the act of killing wasn't what actually thrilled head.

  • He wasn't a sadist per se.

  • What he wanted was complete control over his victims bodies.

  • The killing was just a necessary act for what he wanted to do.

  • Later, he took the bodies back to his apartment where he dissected them and beheaded them.

  • Later remarking how he heard a little pop when their heads came off again.

  • He told detectives there was absolutely no contact with improper areas, although this was certainly alive.

  • Ed said he just sat there looking at their heads when at 1.1 of them fell off a chair and made a loud noise on impact with the floor.

  • He later told the detectives the neighbor hates my guts.

  • I'm always making loud noises at night.

  • He gets a broom and wax on the ceiling buddy.

  • I say I'm sorry for that.

  • I dropped my head, sorry that helps bring me out of the depression.

  • He also said that he had fallen in love with Pesci or what remained of her.

  • He went back to the grave where he buried part of her, talking to her like a boyfriend.

  • He told detectives that he was well aware of his twisted psyche.

  • He knew what he had done was demented, but it just felt right to him.

  • He then said words that have gone down in history when I meet a pretty girl.

  • One side of me says I'd like to talk to her day to the other side of me says, I wonder what her head would look like on a stick just for you.

  • Serial killer geeks out there.

  • These words were once wrongly attributed to Ed Geen in the movie american psycho.

  • I had told police he didn't have the confidence to actually meet a woman in start a relationship.

  • Instead he made dolls out of them.

  • They were more manageable that way.

  • It was only a matter of time before he made another doll.

  • On september 14th 1972 he picked up another hitchhiker.

  • She was named Aiko koo.

  • He killed her and then went for a beer at the local pub halfway through his beer.

  • He couldn't resist going back to look at the victim in the trunk of his car.

  • He said he admired his catch like a fisherman he did with her what he'd done with his first two victims.

  • He buried most of the body parts, but he saved her head when he went to see a psychiatrist for one of his regular appointments.

  • Her head was in his car trunk.

  • This is what the psychiatrist wrote in the report that day.

  • If I were seeing this patient without having any history available or without getting the history from him.

  • I think we're dealing with a very well adjusted young man who has an initiative intelligence and who was free of any psychiatric illness.

  • I would see no psychiatric reason to consider him to be a danger to himself or to any member of society.

  • A second psychiatrist that day added his own thoughts.

  • I would consider it reasonable to have a permanent expulsion of his juvenile records.

  • The doctor added that he was glad Ed had gotten rid of his motorcycle.

  • Something he said was the only threat to himself or anyone else.

  • Ed's record was wiped on those recommendations.

  • He then went back to live with his mom after getting injured at work in January 1973, he picked up Cindy Shaw.

  • He snuck her body into his mom's house and dissected it the next morning after draining it of blood in the bathtub.

  • When he finally buried the head, he put it in the garden facing up to his mother's bedroom.

  • He later said he did that because his mom always wanted people to look up to her now that a few young women have gone missing in the same area.

  • Police told students not to get in cars with strangers.

  • They still did though and on occasions with that One reason was the fact he sounded so articulate and with his spectacles looked quite academic, but also because due to her work, his mother's car had a university car park sticker on it in february.

  • Ed killed two more women.

  • They were Rosalind thorpe and Alison lou.

  • He did the same with them, playing with his dolls when his mother was sleeping in the next room.

  • Later he explained to police why he was so fascinated with the heads of his victims.

  • The head trip fantasies were a bit like a trophy.

  • You know, the head is where everything's at the brain.

  • The eyes mouth, That's the person I remember being told as a kid, he cut the head off and the body dies.

  • The body is nothing after the head is cut off.

  • Still part of him knew he had to stop.

  • Ed kemper knew he was crazy.

  • He understood the duplicity inside him.

  • Maybe he thought one particular trophy might end my madness.

  • April 20th, 1973.

  • It was then that had finally decided to fight the demon had been fighting all his life.

  • His mom that night, she arrived home drunk as usual.

  • Ed walked into her room as she was reading a book.

  • He just stared at her and she said, in a belligerent manner, I suppose you're going to want to sit up all night and talk now.

  • He walked back out of the room at 5:15 a.m. She was sound asleep in her bed.

  • Ed walked in and hit her over the head with a hammer.

  • He grabbed her moaning body and slit her throat.

  • He stood there just looking at her thinking how weak she was.

  • He asked himself how this thing in front of him had managed to have such power over him his entire life.

  • He cut off her head and put her land X.

  • Into the garbage disposal.

  • Taking much enjoyment from that part.

  • He said he did this because of all the complaining she done throughout his life.

  • But when he turned on the machine the Oregon wouldn't quite go down.

  • He later told detectives even when she was dead she still wouldn't stop expletive at me.

  • I couldn't get her to shut up what remained of her head.

  • He placed on a shelf and screamed at it for an hour or so intermittently using it as a dartboard and then got on the phone and talk to his mother's closest friend sally Hallett.

  • He told her he'd arranged a surprise party for his mom and could she come around the house.

  • He killed her to sleeping with her head in his mother's bed.

  • It was at that moment that he realized something there had been no need to kill anyone except his mother.

  • He later recalled his decision to stop killing the original purpose was gone.

  • It wasn't serving any physical or real or emotional purpose.

  • It was just a pure waste of time emotionally.

  • I couldn't handle it much longer.

  • He drove to a call box many miles from home and phoned the police.

  • He told cops he killed his mother and her friend but they didn't believe him and told him to call back later he then called back again this time asking to talk to a cop that he knew.

  • One of the reasons that had gotten away with his crimes is he used to drink with the police at a local bar.

  • They tell him about their hunt for the killer.

  • No one ever expected Ed the amiable, clever fella to be a killer.

  • He later said in interviews that when his victims got in the car with him, they discussed the terrible maniac doing such terrible things.

  • He think, man how come they never suspect someone like me?

  • It was this high I.

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  • And obvious capacity to fool others that made Ed Kemper the focus of the FBI's new serial killer unit which formed the basis of the netflix series.

  • Mind Hunter.

  • He might have been a monster to the public, but for cops and criminologist and the media, he was an endless source of information.

  • One time when being interviewed back in the day by the FBI's famed Mind Hunter robert Ressler Ressler got anxious and pushed the button for the guard to come, had looked at him and said, I could screw your head off and place it on the table to greet the guard.

  • By the time the guard arrived, edit said he was just kidding.

  • Wrestler Later recounted my mind raised, I envisioned him reaching for me with his large arms pinning me to a wall in a stranglehold and then jerking my head around until my neck was broken.

  • It wouldn't take long and asked for the death penalty and to be executed prior to torture.

  • But he didn't get his wish.

  • He was imprisoned and later on a few occasions denied parole.

  • He once said, society's not ready in any shape or form for me.

  • I can't fault them for that.

  • The last time he was denied parole was in 2017 and he won't get his next hearing until 2024.

  • He'll be 76 years old.

  • He's always been considered a model prisoner, but it's likely even as he approaches the twilight of his life, he'll remain behind bars.

august 27th 1960 for ground kemper is sitting at the kitchen table editing the manuscript of her Boy Scouts book boy's life, Her 15 year old grandson.

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