Keep in mind although I am a fan of the horror and serial killers, I do not support true violence and murder.
If I was a serial killer, I would use a dull knife and a sharp knife. The sharp knife first, for the meaty areas (i. e. belly, cheeks, bottom, thighs) because it would make very clean, even cuts. I would use the dull knife afterwards, when they're close to death because it will hurt more, causing more ragged and uneven cuts.
Keep in mind, I am not a killer and I do not support murders, I just like to read and learn about them. (Ted bundy, john wayne gacy, the zodiac killer, richard rameriez, charles manson, jeffery dahmer, ed gein, jack the ripper, david berkowitz- also known as son of sam)
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Those are all the American serial killers aside from good 'ol jack the ripper. There are far worse south American killers out there. But if I were to say something David Parker Ray would be an excellent addition to the list.
Keep in mind that nerves only run so deep.
I would prefer more of a toll count and practical solution as to the theatrics by others simply to prolong the inevitable, so I would need something quick as well as silent, either a knife or garrote.1
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I actually don't know. If you'd asked me a year ago I'd have come out with an almost dull knife and carve intricate patterns all over their body. Sort of like a trade mark.
But I don't know now. I'd imagined letting them watch as I'd heat the knife to sanitise it (gotta be clean) then using alcohol wipes afterwards to clean the wounds. It'd be on the fleshy bits too. Inner thighs, inside the upper arm, stomach, chest, maybe the cheeks, arse. Sort of like Celtic patterns. And seeing as it's me I'd put a Celtic yin yang somewhere on their body. That'd be my mark.
I read one story where he flat out used a mallet to smash the poor girls hands. He didn't manage to kill her (it was a ghost story the ghosts of his past victims helped her) but she certainly couldn't draw as well afterward.
But anyway it's not liked I'd actually do it, I'm way too empathetic for that, but that's what I used to picture doing if I was going to.
(Nowadays I have one person in mind and I'd be satisfied just pushing them off a cliff)1