Innerhalb von zehn Jahren tötete Ed Kemper zehn Menschen und zerstückelte sie, darunter auch seine eigene Mutter. Der ehemalige FBI-Mitarbeiter John. Der FBI-Agent John Douglas führt durch seine Interviews mit Serienkiller Edmund Kemper, die das Rückgrat der modernen Kriminalpsychologie bilden. Edmund Emil Kemper III. alias Co-Ed-Killer ist ein US-amerikanischer Serienmörder.
Edmund Kemper: Die Psychologie des KillersDer FBI-Agent John Douglas führt durch seine Interviews mit Serienkiller Edmund Kemper, die das Rückgrat der modernen Kriminalpsychologie bilden. Edmund Kemper – Der College Killer: Als zu Beginn der er Jahre Leichenteile an die Strände einer friedlichen kalifornischen Küstenstadt gespült . Edmund Emil Kemper III. alias Co-Ed-Killer ist ein US-amerikanischer Serienmörder.
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He cut out her tongue and larynx and placed them in the garbage disposal. Public Domain Kemper joyfully shows cops where he buried the bodies of his victims.
He drove to Colorado, but after not hearing any news of the murders, ended up calling the police from a phone booth to confess to murdering his mother.
The police did not take the call seriously prompting Kemper to admit to all of the murders he had committed to get their attention.
He was arrested and convicted of eight counts of first-degree murder. Kemper attempted suicide twice and even requested the death penalty, but failed on all counts and was given seven consecutive life sentences instead.
New York City: Infobase Publishing, United Press International , Kemper, B, Journey Into Darkness. Scribner, 35— He would pick up female students who were hitchhiking and take them to isolated areas where he would shoot, stab, smother, or strangle them.
He would then take their bodies back to his home, where he decapitated them, performed irrumatio on their severed heads, had sexual intercourse with their corpses , and then dismembered them.
During this eleven-month murder spree, he killed five college students, one high school student, his mother, and his mother's best friend.
Kemper has stated in interviews that he often searched for victims after having arguments with his mother and that she refused to introduce him to women attending the university where she worked.
He recalled: "She would say, 'You're just like your father. You don't deserve to get to know them'. On May 7, , Kemper was driving in Berkeley, California , when he picked up two year-old hitchhiking students from Fresno State University , Mary Ann Pesce, and Anita Mary Luchessa, with the pretense of taking them to Stanford University.
Kemper put both of the women's bodies in the trunk of his Ford Galaxie and returned to his apartment. He was stopped on the way by a police officer for having a broken taillight, but the officer did not detect the corpses in the car.
He then put the body parts into plastic bags, which he later abandoned near Loma Prieta Mountain. An extensive search failed to turn up the rest of Pesce's remains or a trace of Luchessa.
On the evening of September 14, , Kemper picked up a year-old dance student named Aiko Koo, who had decided to hitchhike to a dance class after missing her bus.
However, Koo let him back inside, as he had previously gained the year-old's trust while holding her at gunpoint. Back inside the car, he proceeded to choke her unconscious, rape her, and kill her.
Kemper subsequently packed Koo's body into the trunk of his car and went to a nearby bar to have a few drinks, then returned to his apartment.
He later confessed that after exiting the bar, he opened the trunk of his car, "admiring [his] catch like a fisherman. On January 7, , Kemper, who had moved back in with his mother, was driving around the Cabrillo College campus when he picked up year-old student Cynthia Ann "Cindy" Schall.
He drove to a wooded area and fatally shot her with a. He then placed her body in the trunk of his car and drove to his mother's house, where he kept her body hidden in a closet in his room overnight.
When his mother left for work the next morning, he had sexual intercourse with and removed the bullet from Schall's corpse, then dismembered and decapitated her in his mother's bathtub.
Kemper kept Schall's severed head for several days, regularly engaging in irrumatio with it,  then buried it in his mother's garden facing upward toward her bedroom.
After his arrest, he stated that he did this because his mother "always wanted people to look up to her. On February 5, , after a heated argument with his mother, Kemper left his house in search of possible victims.
Kemper had such a sticker, as his mother worked at the University of California, Santa Cruz. According to Kemper, Thorpe entered his car first, reassuring Liu to also enter.
Kemper again brought his victims back to his mother's house; this time he beheaded them in his car and carried the headless corpses into his mother's house to have sexual intercourse with them.
When questioned in an interview as to why he decapitated his victims, he explained: "The head trip fantasies were a bit like a trophy. You know, the head is where everything is at, the brain, eyes, mouth.
That's the person. I remember being told as a kid, you cut off the head and the body dies. The body is nothing after the head is cut off In he killed his mother and her friend before turning himself in.
Kemper had a difficult relationship with his alcoholic mother, as she was very critical of him, and he blamed her for all of his problems. When he was 10 years old, she forced him to live in the basement, away from his sisters, whom she feared he might harm in some way.
Signs of trouble began to emerge early. Kemper had a dark fantasy life, sometimes dreaming about killing his mother.
He cut off the heads of his sisters' dolls and even coerced the girls into playing a game he called "gas chamber," in which he had them blindfold him and lead him to a chair, where he pretended to writhe in agony until he "died.
At ten he, buried one of them alive and the second, 13 year-old Kemper slaughtered with a knife. He went to live with his father for a time, but ended up back with his mother, who decided to send the troubled teenager to live with his paternal grandparents in North Fork, California.
Kemper hated living on his grandparents' farm. Before going to North Fork, he had already begun learning about firearms, but his grandparents took away his rifle after he killed several birds and other small animals.
Her mouth was taped shut and he pinched her nostrils together until she suffocated. Then he raped her inert body and put it in the trunk of his car.
A few miles away, he stopped at a country bar "for a few beers. Before going into the bar, he opened the trunk to make sure she was dead.
He told investigators:. In other words, winning over death. They were dead and I was alive. That was the victory in my case.
He said of the act of decapitation, "I remember it was very exciting … there was actually a sexual thrill … It was kind of an exalted triumphant type thing, like taking the head of a deer or an elk or something would be to a hunter.
On the witness stand, though, Kemper testified that "death never entered as a factor" in the coed killings. He said:. I was trying to establish a relationship and there was no relationship there That was the only way they could be mine.
His desire to possess the coeds led Kemper even further than murder, he revealed in court. In his fantasies he literally made two of the girls "a part of me" by eating "parts of them.
Of all his coed victims he said: "They were like spirit wives I still had their spirits. I still have them," he declared in the courtroom.
Kemper did not kill again until after he bought a. The day he bought it he fatally shot coed Cynthia Schall, a year-old Santa Cruz girl, in the trunk of his car.
He carried her body into his mother's apartment near Santa Cruz, kept it in his bedroom closet over night and dissected it in the bathtub the next day while his mother was at work.
He buried the girl's head in the back yard "with her face turned toward my bedroom window and, sometimes at night, I talked to her, saying love things, the way you do to a girlfriend or wife.
Less than a month later, Kemper picked up two girls, Rosalind Thorpe, 23, and Alice Liu, 21, on the campus of the University of California at Santa Cruz UCSC.
He shot them both to death in the car before driving off campus and later cut off their heads in the trunk of his car while it was parked in the street in front of his mother's apartment.
He told investigators the killings came on an impulse bom out of anger with his mother. I was pissed. I told her I was going to a movie and I jumped up and went straight to the campus because it was still early.
Kemper's final killings were those of his mother, Mrs. Clarnell Strandberg, 52, and her best friend, Mrs. Sara Hallett, 59, in his mother's apartment on Easter weekend.
Then he began a cross-country flight, in a rented car loaded with guns and ammunition, that ended in a decision to surrender, "so I wouldn't kill again.
On April 24, , he was arrested in a public telephone booth in Pueblo, Colo. The afternoon I went to see Kemper in the Santa Cruz County jail where he was being kept pending sentencing the next morning, I expected to talk to him for an hour or so, in the presence of a jailer.
Instead, I spent over five hours alone with him, locked up in a tiny glass-walled room within sight but not sound of the jailer's desk.
Though he wore manacles on his ankles, his hands were free. Disarming as he is at times, more than once during the long afternoon I was reminded that I was sitting face to face with a six-foot, nine-inch pound giant who had murdered and mutilated six coeds, beaten his sleeping mother to death with a hammer and strangled his mother's best friend in a matter of seconds.
The frequent traffic of jailers and inmates past the glass wall was reassuring comfort. My visit with Kemper was an unforgettable experience, inducing a collage of feelings.
As he talked on and on, he was many things. I felt terrible. I wanted to talk to them about their daughters, comfort them But what could I say?
Kemper also was a person who momentarily precipitated in me a flush of terror and then allayed my misgivings by faultlessly assuming the role of the gracious host.
He talked about the jury's verdict that morning. He had pleaded not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity to each of the killings.
Court-appointed psychiatrists, called to testify by the prosecution, described Kemper as suffering from a "personality disorder," but said he was not criminally insane by California's legal standards.
One doctor called Kemper a "sadistic sex maniac. Society just isn't ready for that yet. Ten or 20 years from now they would have, but they're not going to take a chance.
But he expressed regret that the "sane" verdict would mean he would go to prison, instead of possibly returning to Atascadero state hospital.
Kemper spent five years at Atascadero after he murdered his grandparents in at the age of He recalled with pride the job he'd held there as head of the psychological testing lab at the age of 19 and working directly under the hospital's chief psychologist.
I could have fit in there quicker than anybody else That used to be like my home. I have a lot of fond memories of the place And I don't know anybody else who has," he added with a rueful laugh.
It was there that he became a member of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. During his trial, he wore his membership pin in his lapel, apparently with pride.
Because of his intelligence and ability, he apparently was a valuable aide in psychological testing and research. You've probably heard of it How's that for a Though Kemper couldn't give me a positive answer to why he did what he did, he partly blamed society, the courts and his parents as well, saying:.
I was supposed to see my parole officer every other week and a social worker the other week. Kemper said the man on the phone asked him, "What's the matter, you got a problem?
Kemper blamed the court for counteracting the plan of Atascadero doctors to release him in stages geared to get him accustomed to the world outside again.
He said they planned to send him to a "halfway house" environment where he would still have counseling, have a chance to get acquainted with girls at social functions and become aware of persons in his own age group.
People my age were not talking the same language. I had been living with people older than I was for so long that I was an old fogey.
Instead, Kemper was sent to a California Youth Authority institution by court order, only to be released abruptly five months later, paroled to the custody of a mother who was "an alcoholic and constantly bitched and screamed at me.
Kemper looked down at his hands and said, "She loved me in her way and despite all the violent screaming and yelling arguments we had, I loved her, too.
He said his mother was a "big, ugly, awkward woman who was six feet tall and she was always trying to get me to go out with girls who were just like her All of his hitchhiking coed victims were pretty and, with the exception of one girl, were small and delicate in stature.
Of his father, he said, "he didn't want me around, because I upset his second wife. Before I went to Atascadero, my presence gave her migraine headaches; when I came out she was going to have a heart attack if I came around.
It was because of that, Kemper said, that he was "shipped off" to his paternal grandparents to live in "complete isolation" on a California mountain top with "my senile grandfather" and "my grandmother who thought she had more balls than any man and was constantly emasculating me and my grandfather to prove it.
It was like being in jail I became a walking time bomb and I finally blew It was like that the second time, with my mother.
Kemper laughed as he recalled an incident with his grandmother when she left him home alone one day but took his grandfather's. His grandparents were going to Fresno on a monthly shopping trip.
He recalled:. He said he looked in his grandfather's bureau drawer and "sure enough the gun was gone from its usual place He laughed appreciatively at the idea and asked me: "How do you suppose she would have talked herself out of that?
Kemper told investigators he had killed his mother to spare her the suffering and shame that knowledge of his crimes would bring.
But, he said, as he sat in the little room with me:. Kemper's testimony in court revealed his desire to punish his mother did not end with the fatal hammer blow.
He cut off his mother's head, "put it on a shelf and screamed at it for an hour Once during the long afternoon, a deputy brought us in some coffee.
Another one came to inquire if Kemper needed any medication. Under doctor's orders he was allowed to have tranquillizers as required and sleeping pills at night.
The jail nurse also came in while I was there and changed the bandage on his wrist where he had slashed an artery in one of his four suicide attempts after his arrest.
The cutting instrument he had used to make the suicidal incision had been fashioned from the metal casing of a ball point pen I had given him. Jailers at the neighboring San Mateo county jail, where he was kept for security reasons after two suicide attempts in Santa Cruz, had failed to remove the pen from his folder of papers when Kemper returned from court.
He had previously assured me, "It's not your fault. Kemper also talked about his previous statements that, if he were sent to prison he would kill someone so he could die in the gas chamber, and indicated he had had a change of heart.
The Mullin story, Chalk Up Another for Mr. Kill-Crazy , appeared in the June, , issue of INSIDE DETECTIVE. Instead of spending thousands and thousands of dollars to lock the two of us up for life to protect us from people and people from us Kemper had told investigators and psychiatrists he thought he would kill again if he ever were released.
He also admitted under cross examination by District Attorney Peter Chang that he had fantasized killing "thousands of people," including Chang himself.
Mullin was convicted of two counts of first degree murder and eight counts of second degree murder in the shooting deaths of ten persons he killed during a day rampage early in in Santa Cruz County.
Five of the victims were complete strangers to him. He said he killed three others in Kemper and Mullin were next-door neighbors in their security prisoner cellblock at the San Mateo County jail before Mullin was tried and convicted.
Kemper made no secret of his disdain for Mullin from the first moment of their meeting in San Mateo. During Kemper's trial, under questioning from Chang, Kemper admitted he had thrown water through the cell bars onto Mullin to "shut him up when he was disturbing everybody by singing off-key in his high-pitched, squeaky voice.
Kemper added, though, "When he was a good boy, I gave him peanuts. He liked peanuts. Kemper said of the alternate water treatment and the peanuts, "It was behavioral modification treatment The jailers were very pleased with me.
He paused for a moment, then broke into laughter, saying, "I guess that's kind of hilarious, my sitting here so self-righteously talking, like that, after what I've done.
When Kemper assured me that he had given up thoughts of trying to take his own life again, I asked him what he planned to do with the rest of his years in prison.
He told me he knew he would be locked up in tight security for the first few years and that he thought he would try to do a lot of reading and studying.
Maybe they can study me and find out what makes people like me do the things they do. The next morning. Judge Harry F. Brauer sentenced Kemper to life in prison and told him he was going to recommend "in the strongest terms possible" that Kemper not be released for "the rest of your natural life.
One relationship that obviously has touched Kemper is that with Bruce Colomy, Santa Cruz County sheriff's deputy. Colomy has been with Kemper more than any other officer, transporting him to and from San Mateo County Jail to Santa Cruz for court appearances and remaining with him at all times when he was out of his cell.
Kemper said of Colomy, only a few years older than himself, "He's more like a father to me than anyone I have ever known He's like the father I wish I had had.
Deputy Colomy told me later that one of the last things Kemper did before he left the Santa Cruz courthouse for state prison was to remove his cherished Junior Chamber of Commerce membership pin from his coat lapel "and give it to me.
Then he handed it to me and said, 'Here, I want you to have it. For all of his seeming ability to relate to people in an animated and warm exchange, Kemper also has the ability to withdraw without warning into a kind of frightening reverie, reliving his acts of violence.
I watched it happen. He had paused in his outpouring of talk about himself and looked at me curiously. He drawled, "Oh, what is it like to have sex with a dead body?
What does it feel like to sit on your living room couch and look over and see two decapitated girls' heads on the arm of the couch?
He continued, "What do you think, now, when you see a pretty girl walking down the street? Again, an unsolicited answer: "One side of me says, 'Wow, what an attractive chick.
The public defender appointed as Kemper's attorney told jurors in his closing argument: "There are two people locked up in the body of this young giant, one good and one evil One is fighting to be here with us and the other is slipping off to his own little world of fantasy where he is happy.
But, at the same time, I can't help but believe that, as you yourself said, you must have been sick when you did the things you did. Kemper, himself, earlier had told me he thought his actions were that of a "demented person.
Despite that, for the first time, he began to detail to me how he killed one of his victims. The illustration he chose made me even more uncomfortable.
It was the killing of Mrs. Hallett, not a coed but a mature woman, like me. Kemper straightened up in his chair and began a graphic description.
She just hung there and, for a moment, I didn't realize she was dead I had broken her neck and her head was just wobbling around with the bones of her neck disconnected in the skin sack of her neck.
He began to wobble his head around, never changing the position of his arms and gazing fixedly at me. His jail-pale face had become slightly flushed, his eyes glazed, his breath coming a little quickly and he stuttered almost imperceptibly as, he spoke.
Toinen puoli minusta haluaa nähdä, miltä hänen päänsä näyttäisi kepin nokassa. Hän väijyi usein yliopistojen läheisyydessä, josta hän poimi kyytiinsä liftaavia naisopiskelijoita, vei heidät sitten autollaan syrjäiselle alueelle ja surmasi.
Hän ampui, tukehdutti tai puukotti uhrinsa kuoliaaksi. Kuljetettuaan ruumiit äitinsä luokse ja piilotettuaan ne häneltä, Kemper paloitteli ne ja raiskasi jäännökset.
Huhtikuussa Ed hakkasi äitinsä kuoliaaksi vasaralla tämän nukkuessa. Kemper katkaisi hänen kaulansa ja harrasti suuseksia tämän päällä. Hän repi irti äitinsä äänihuulet ja kielen irti, ja heitti ne jätemyllyyn.
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Altri progetti. Edmund Kemper serial killer statunitense.Edmund Emil Kemper III is a convicted serial killer from America. Between and , he murdered ten people, including his paternal grandparents and mother. A native of California, Kemper, whose mother was an abusive woman, had a turbulent childhood. At the age of ten, he killed the family cat. At six feet nine inches and with an IQ of , Edmund Kemper was an intimidating killer in every sense of the word. As is the case with many serial killers, Kemper’s murderous impulse can be traced back to his childhood. The Troubled Childhood Of Edmund Kemper. If you've already binged Mindhunter season two (same), then you're well-acquainted with the disturbingly gruesome story of Edmund Kemper, a.k.a. the Co-Ed Killer. He was FBI Special Agent Holden. Edmund Emil Kemper, III, was born in Burbank, California, on December 18, He was the middle child and only son born to Clarnell Elizabeth Kemper (née Stage, –) and Edmund Emil Kemper II (–). Edmund Kemper, at age 15, killed both his grandparents to "see what it felt like." Upon release, he drifted, picking up and releasing female hitchhikers. But he soon stopped letting them go. Contrary to the myth that serial killers kill indiscriminately, Kemper's killing spree may have been rooted in the hatred that he felt for his mother. Zu einem psychologischen Test, den Kemper dafür über sich ergehen lassen musste, brachte er im Wahrheit Oder Pflicht Horrorfilm den Corpse Party Tortured Souls Ger Sub eines seiner Opfer mit. Hörprobe anhören. Edmund Emil Kemper III (born December 18, ), also known as The Co-ed Killer, is an American serial killer who was active in the early s.. He started his criminal life as a teenager by shooting both his grandparents while staying on their acre ranch in North Fork, California, a crime for which he was incarcerated. 9/6/ · Edmund Emil Kemper (Burbank, Kalifornia, december –) amerikai sorozatgyilkos és nekrofil, aki tíz embert ölt meg, köztük apai nagyszüleit és anyját. Nevezetes volt nagy méretéről, 2,06 m magasságáról és ös IQ-járól. Kempernek a „Co-ed Killer” becenevet adták, mivel az áldozatai többsége a koedukált. 3/29/ · Edmund ”Ed” Emil Kemper III (s joulukuuta Burbank, Kalifornia) on yhdysvaltalainen sarjamurhaaja ja erdelykincsei.com tappoi ja paloitteli luvun alussa kuusi naisliftaria Kalifornian Santa erdelykincsei.com tappoi myös äitinsä ja erään tämän ystävistä ennen antautumistaan viranomaisille.