2014-NOV-30 [SUN] 12:42 (PMT) - SERIAL KILLER CAFE
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The Serial Killer Cafe 2014-11-30 12:42 PM PST
IMAGINE a place where you can go to discuss anything you want about serial killers and no one knows your name. Although the psychology of sexual perversions might turn your stomach, the SK-Cafe not only allows it, but also considers it an important part of the discussion here, so consider yourself warned, but the kind of discussions that we're looking for here at the Cafe is that out of the box thinking (even if it's really out there), along the lines of (but not limited to) psychological theories, thoughts and (especially) criticism. But only attack the message, not the messenger. You don't really know who you're dealing with here at the Cafe. The only thing that is not allowed here at the Cafe is writing that you are going to go kill someone. That's a no no. We will report it.
Remember, and it's worth repeating again, you don't really know who you're dealing with here at the Cafe.
And of course, on a lighter note, a discussion on forensics is always welcomed here.
The only down side is that you have to bring your own beverage and snack. We apologize for this inconvenience, but this is an online Cafe and not a brick and mortar store, although maybe some day...
Right now, our Cafe is located at Yahoo, part of the Yahoogroup community, but we hope to fix that in a year or so.
Here's a link to a list of our Yahoogroups:
Our Yahoo Serial Killer Cafe (SKC) was founded on Feb 3, 2004. It's been around for more than a decade. We're no fly-by-night operation. As of this writing though, we only have seven members, including ourselves. It's a small operation, and right now, there is no discussion going on about anything. It's mostly just us posting serial killer news and articles (of interest) now and again, and that's it.
We want to change that.
We have some theories about serial killers that we really want to discuss with other like minded people. For example, the connection between missing persons and serial killers is not as well known as it should be. Dave explained to me once that what got him ultimately interested in missing persons and serial killers, was his interest in UFOs and Bigfoot, and the rest of the world of the unexplained.
When he started AmyStrange.org (originally called AmyStrange.com) he didn't just want to focus on UFOs and Bigfoot, he wanted to include a little of everything, which included mysterious disappearances (or missing persons), like Jimmy Hoffa.
I myself have looked over many of the facts he's talking about, and missing persons is a lot more than just the disappearance of Hoffa. It's much more than that. It is a universal problem, that mostly, is only noticed in a localized way. When I go downtown Seattle, I see a lot of missing person posters and maybe some outside the city, but out there you get many more missing pet posters than missing persons.
Dave joined a few yahoogroups dealing with ghost when he met another member who's friend had disappeared, and that lead to him joining a missing person's group and Dave thought, what the hell, he figured he would learn a little more about Jimmy Hoffa and other missing persons like the ones along the Long Trail in Vermont. Those events in Vermont was the first time he remembers reading about serial killers.
After a few months, and much research on the subject of missing persons while also researching serial killers, it was obvious even to Dave, that there was more than just a connection between serial killers and missing persons. Ted Bundy and Gary Ridgway are good examples of this larger subset of the even larger subgroup dealing with murder, which includes serial killers.
The numbers are sometimes misleading though.