I'll be the first to admit that I've wrongly blamed my parents for some of my problems.
We all have, but I think I can speak for the vast majority of us when I say that we've never been as spiteful in our blame games as this man. In the seriously unsettling interview below, American serial killer Edmund Kemper, otherwise known as the "Co-ed Killer," says that his mother was the reason he became a murderer, but his creepy statements definitely don't end there.
Not only does he give terrifying details about how he killed her, but he twists his words to make the murders sound like they were cathartic experiences for him. Talk about gruesome, right?
As a child, Kemper was brought up by his abusive mother until he turned 15. At that age, he murdered his own grandparents and was taken to the Atascadero State Hospital for the criminally insane.
When he was 21, he was released because psychiatrists believed that he'd been rehabilitated. They couldn't have been more wrong. Three years later in 1972, he began picking up and killing female hitchhikers in a spree that lasted almost a year.