The serial killer, Edmund Kemper a.k.a “The Co-ed Killer” was born on December 18, 1948. Kemper did not have a good relationship with his mom, who was an alcoholic and abusive towards her children. At ten years old she made him live in the basement because she thought he would hurt his sisters. As a child, Kemper had horrible fantasies such as killing his mother and stated that in order to kiss a teacher he had a crush on, he would have to kill her. Kemper would make his sisters play a game where they would tie him to a chair in a “gas chamber” and he would squirm in pain until he “died”.
She was romantically involved with Hamlet, and couldn’t handle the fact that her boyfriend murdered her father. This destroyed Ophelia’s character and led to her suicide. Polonius’ son Laertes, had now lost his entire family and wanted to get revenge by assassinating Hamlet. Laertes was having a meeting with Claudius and they were planning the details of how to kill Hamlet.
As he recounted what had happened, the messenger said, “And then she groaned and cursed the bed in which she brought forth husband by her husband, children by her own child, and infamous double bond” (Sophocles 20). She abandoned her newborn child, expecting him to die, and when he didn’t, that child grew up to be the killer of her husband. Unknowingly, she wed her husband’s murderer and son, the deadliest of all sins in Greek society. In How to Get Away with Murder, Wes experienced tremendous guilt as well as feelings of confliction as he had to wake up each day knowing the terrible thing he had done. Jocasta too had to live with the many sins she had committed, and that punishment was far more cruel than what she deserved.
By doing this the community will think the husband is a bad man and that’s not how he wants to be portrayed. This gives him a bad name and his reputation trumps his family any day (Chesler). Nancy Zaboun, a 27 year old mother was murdered by her husband shortly after meeting up at a divorce hearing. This mother of three had been reporting physical and verbal abuse to authorities for the whole ten years of their marriage. Finally, getting the courage to get a divorce from her husband he burned her to death in front of their children
I almost wanted to scream when Parris says, "He must've known about us," commenting on Dr. Tower murdering his daughter and commiting suicide in order to prevent Parris from living a life with a psychotic wife. Yes, Dr. Tower did know about Parris and Cassie. He knew they had a sexual relationship, and that is why he killed Cassie. Perhaps the biggest clue was when Cassie comes screaming to Parris in the middle of the night for help and then refuses his request to walk her home. She probably knew that if Parris came home with her, her father, knowing about their relationship, would kill him as well.
Marriage, it can be a blessing or a curse. In Susan Glaspell's Play Trifles, Mr.Wright is found dead in his house and his wife is going to jail for murder, but two women in the play find out what has really happened secretly while their husbands have no idea what had actually happened. Most readers would agree that Mrs. Wright murdered her husband just because he murdered her bird. Although she really murdered him because he neglected to pay attention to her which led her to feel isolated, emotional abuse which has led her to feel depressed, and finally he killed her only last chance at hope, the bird. This is important because it shows how Mr. Wright treated his wife which he is supposed to love, very terribly which led her to kill him.
Young, yet Violent Edmund Kemper, an active serial killer in the 1970s, was also known as the Co-ed killer. When Kemper was young, his parents had gotten a divorce. He then moved with his mother and two sisters. Moving in with his mother seemed like a good idea in the beginning, but then began to be his biggest nightmare. He had a difficult relationship with his alcoholic mother, who abused him as a child and would lock him in the basement, scared he would hurt his sisters.
They felt that suicide was the best way to end it all. Nicole Dagan, age 19, has recently attempted to commit suicide. She was bullied at work and at home. The people she worked with would make fun of her because she was a teen mom of two kids and they believed she made a mistake by marrying her husband. Her family told her that her husband and children were a mistake and that her husband was cheating on her.
His father was killed in an apparent accident at their previous home which is what his mother told him. The real reason his dad died was because Norman killed him when he was a young boy. He hated his father because he was abusive and killed him to protect his mother. As a young man, he is fascinated by women but feels guilty for having these urges. He imagines seeing his mom a lot and believes that it is really her telling him to do things and talking to him.
Despite the actions that come from discipline and go against the parents’ moral values, parents are strict with their children in an effort to look out for the child’s best interests. Others may disagree and view strict parenting as a negative effect on the child’s brain development, but in contrast, parents are strict in order to guide their children down the right path to prosperity. There are different types of parenting, despite whether the parents are good or bad people. If there is one thing strict parenting guarantees is an interest in the child and their well