Edmund Kemper Killer

Improved Essays
Edmund Kemper
Edmund Kemper is probably one of the world 's most famous serial killers known for picking up hitchhikers and simply killing them. Edmund Kemper popularly nicknamed the Kool Aid killer was not always a killer but he wasn 't always an angel either. Kimber was born in Burbank California to the parents of Charlene and he camper junior. Campers parents had a rocky marriage and ended up divorcing when he was nine forcing him to move to Helene Montana with his mother who he disliked all while being belittled and put down by his sisters. The belittling and constant verbal abuse by his family only got worse when his mother started liking him in the basement because “him sharing a room with his sisters send unsettling”.(Marlee MacLeod)
…show more content…
Temper was desperate for some excitement in his twisted life so he decided to kill his mother a little differently. He knew he wanted to kill his mother a week before he actually did he says in a prison interview. He waited for her to come home and soon as she go in bed her last words to him here “I guess you want to stay up and talk all night” then he hit her with a hammer and cut off his head in attempt to humiliate her body like she humiliated him his whole life. (Murder: No Apparent Motive) He took her head and mounted it to a wall to then throw darts at. Afterwards he placed a note on her head reading “Appx. 5:15 A.M. Saturday. No need for her to suffer anymore at the end of this horrible ‘murderous butcher’. It was quick, sleep the way I wanted it.” Anxious for someone to see what he had done he then called over his mother 's best friend Sally Halle and did the same thing to her. (SerialKillerCalendar.com)

The next morning {Easter morning} when Edmund Kemper got up and decided he should flee because after all the work he had done all evidence will point directly to him. After driving 1500 miles nonstop and became disappointed that the news of what he had just done did not make the radio. He decided to turn himself in to the police. Temper politely pullover, got out of his car and used a phone booth to call the police. From this point out Kemper was very cooperative with everything including showing police different burial sites and giving them more details did they ever thought there

Related Documents

  • Improved Essays

    For my serial killer I chose Edmund Kemper. He is an American serial killer,rapist, necrophile and cannible, who is known for having abducted and murdered several women in the early 1970s in Santa Cruz. He was born in California, on December 18th, 1948. As an American serial killer he was often called “The Co-ed Killer” or “the co-ed butcher.” Some of his background is that he moved to Montana with his mother,Maude, at a young age after his parents separated. Kemper was never that educated and never finished school because of his criminal acts.…

    • 563 Words
    • 3 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    For this reason he is seen beating his wives and children frequently and even threatening to kill them. He almost kills his youngest wife Ojiugo with his hunting gun during the sacred week when she left the house without cooking to make her hair and Okonkwo complained she made fun about him not being a good hunter “Unfortunately Okonkwo heard it...he ran out again and aimed at her as she clambered over the dwarf wall of the barn. He pressed the trigger and there was a loud report… ” (Achebe p.25). While overseeing all Okonkwo’s actions one can notice that he does not think beforehand and just acts on impulse not to appear weak and show to his masculinity. The embarrassment of Unoka his lazy father drove him to success but in doing so Okonkwo becomes an extremist and this leads to his flaws and led to him being forced to exile after killing Obierika’s son during Maduka’s burial which was a crime but was considered a female crime “The drums and dancing began again and reached fever-heat…Guns fired the last salute and the cannon rent the sky…All was silent.…

    • 776 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    Don was a really abusive man and he not only sexually abuse some of the female children but physically abused them and the boys. It has been sated that he did such things in spite of Frank jr, just to prove that their father was all talk. My grandma then goes on to tell me the story of how she attempted to run away. One day after a gruesome beating her mother had received by Don, as she sked her mother to join her in leaving, at that moment her mother looked up at her and declined, and continued to explain that her ribs were broken. Filled with rage and contempt my grandmother swore to kill don, at that moment she grabbed a baseball bat and headed to the living room where he slept on the couch, in the same instance my grandmother lifted the bat to hit Don, he woke up and began to threaten her.…

    • 764 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    "My god, my god, what have you planned to do to me?" - Oedipus (Sophocles ). No matter how hard he tried to run from his fate and he still ended up killing his father and marrying his mother. He then punishes himself for all the thing that he has choose to do and believe. He blinds himself after seeing his mother kill herself over the fact that she married and slept with her own son, and then had his children.…

    • 978 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Superior Essays

    Yet because Angelou enjoyed this affection, he decided to do it again, raping her in the process. Overtime, her brother finds out and tells their grandmother, putting Mr. Freeman on trial. After the court, Mr. Freeman was killed by Angelou’s over-protective uncles which deeply traumatized her. “Just my breath, carrying my words out, might poison people and they’d curl up and die like the black fat slugs only pretended. I had to stop talking.” (85).…

    • 1281 Words
    • 6 Pages
    Superior Essays
  • Improved Essays

    Why would they do that you might ask? We may never know but we have a pretty good guess. It is obvious that Jon Benet’s brother Burke Ramsey killed his sister due to behavioral problems, jealousy, and his parents’ interference in the case. Burke Ramsey nine year-old brother to a six year-old beauty princess, you see him as a little boy, he is also a murderer. For example, Burke Ramsey had many social graces that made him an abominable child towards his family and others around him.…

    • 897 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    His first conviction was because he attempted to attack victim 36-year-old Anna Rogulskyj with a hammer and slashing her with a knife. The victim managed to escape because people heard her screams and Peter panicked, throwing him off guard and causing him to flee. When Peter heard about his mother’s death, he had a “cooling off period”. It lasted about 11 months and then he went on the spree again. He had been arrested many times by the police but they let him go because they did not have enough evidence to prove him guilty.…

    • 1459 Words
    • 6 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    In “Lamb to the Slaughter,” Mary Maloney’s sudden taste for murder derives from her husband telling her he was going to leave her for another woman. Being six months pregnant, Mrs. Maloney was furious. On the flip side, in “A Jury of Her Peers,” Minnie Foster yearns for vengeance because her husband killed her bird. In a sense, Mr. Wright killed Minnie. Although it does not directly state that Mr. Wright killed the bird, you can infer that he did because he was clearly a terrible husband to Minnie, sucking the life out of…

    • 464 Words
    • 2 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Great Essays

    A single mom, Julie, has formed a relationship rather quickly with neighbor, also single, Mr. Turner. Her son, Kale, begins to become suspicious of Mr. Turner because of how quickly he is trying to bond with his mother. He then accuses Mr. Turner of the murders happening around their town and is worried Julie would be his next victim. One night, Julie goes to her neighbor’s house to apologize for Kales behavior and accusations of Mr. Turner, but it quickly escalates into an abusive argument. Mr. Turner strikes Julie with an object strong enough to knock her out, and drags her to the basement.…

    • 1213 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Great Essays
  • Improved Essays

    Edmund Kemper Personality

    • 1242 Words
    • 5 Pages

    The girl not long after she Edmund had her get in caught on to what he was doing but he locked the doors and would not let her out. After he killed and raped her Edmund left her in the trunk for a while and disposed of her head and fingers in separate locations. Then four months passed and Edmund started killing again killing three more girls and doing the same horrible things to them as the others. Finally he killed the women who he believes is the reason he’s like this and the reason all of this…

    • 1242 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Improved Essays

Related Topics