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Maybe he put little cogwheels inside of them and let them experience their own death over and over again.
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30 / F / Bronx New York
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Its creepy. But at least he did not kill anyone... that would have been worse.
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68 / M / Columbia, MO
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Div. Family Services in this state has case studies of parents who put their kids in 55-gallon drums with air holes then lock the lid when they have to leave their kids unattended. The logic??? being that the parents could not afford or trust sitters. They didn't trust their parental upbringing skills either for fear the kids would get in trouble otherwise. When they came home 1 of them would go to the garage, unlock the lids, remove the kid @ barrel. The parents are now in custody awaiting trial; the kids are in custody awaiting a better life outcome.

Group home I worked at several years ago down in SW Missouri while working toward another (oh no!!!) college degree had a client who suffered from a debilitating form of muscular disease. Because this deformity occurred in the client's early bone development years the parents cobbled a tall box-like structure for him to stand in 2-3 hours at a time. In their minds they thought they were doing the right thing but reality demonstrated the box was cruel and unusual punishment. DFS did psychological studies on the parents and determined they were as simple-minded as their son just highly functioning. The parents did not get prosecuted or go to jail. They did lose custody of their child however. He was a pretty good fellow even though he couldn't verbalize words or walk. You could read him by looking at his face or for certain gestures. The man required constant care and supervision. In spite of his deteriorating condition he had a happy disposition, not dour or full of regret. About 20 years ago he passed away before attaining 30 years of age. I and everyone that worked with him still miss him.

My point to this last little story is not all crazy people are bad.
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He spoke 13 languages, sounds kind of social.
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Pretty gross and disrespectful. He could've paid a person to just create some realistic dolls and instead of taking someone's body from their grave.
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some people are just sick in the mind. it's not their fault. but it is terrible what he did to those girls.
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sounds like that one Kuroshitsuji arc... in a way
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wth? I bet the whole apartment smells like shit.
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24 / M / California, Hawai...
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i told myself i wouldnt watch the video, curiosity got the better of me
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It could be worse. I honestly am not that phased by what he did.

He's kinda nice dressing them up like that. It's not normal but not that bad. Those bodies are gone there's nothing he can do to them now.

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21 / F / Leaf village
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sources say he was a historian & wrote several books.
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That's Creppy
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