A Killer Blog

No not mine! Silly rabbit!

I’m talking about Joseph Duncan’s blog. You know. The guy who in Minnesota was being watched by the government to trace his whereabouts because he was a wanted fugitive from Minnesota?

His last post entry was two days before police believe he committed the brutal slayings of 40-year-old Brenda Groene, her son Slade and her boyfriend Mark McKenzie, at Groene’s home near Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.

I have always been fascinated with human psychology and almost majored in it in college. It was a difficult choice between Psychology and some kind of creative future. So, whenever anything like this story comes up, I’m usually there to read about it.

Here is a quick excerpt from his last post:

I have feelings, in fact I think I must be more sensitive than most people because I seem to feel more than they do, at least more than what they openly express. I feel for the starving children and families in the world, others say, “Oh, that’s too bad, but I can’t do anything so…”

I wish I could be more honest about my feelings, but those demons made sure I’d never be able to do that. I might not know if it matters, but just in case, I am working on an encrypted journal that is hundreds of times more frank than this blog could ever be (that’s why I keep it encrypted). I figure in 30 years or more we will have the technology to easily crack the encryption (currently very un-crackable, PGP) and then the world will know who I really was, and what I really did, and what I really thought. Also, maybe then they will understand that despite my actions, I’m not a bad person, I just have a disease contracted from society, and it hurts a lot.

I hope to complete this journal before I die (soon) or turn myself in (I still might do that, I think it is the right thing, but of course, I’m not sure).

Speak of being sure; I wish I could be sure about my thoughts. But right now the only thing I’m sure about is that I’m sure about nothing. It is not a good position to be in considering my circumstances (being a felony fugitive and all).