Late at night, listening to the case of the ‘florist’ killing 7 ‘customers’: The trick is not terrible, turning back the fierce childhood to understand it somewhat

In the early 90s, American public opinion was shaken with a mass murder case in which the perpetrator was a prostitute named Aileen Wuornos. In just one year, Aileen killed 7 white men who were her “customers” in Florida (USA) with the same barbaric trick: robbing property before shooting the victim with many 22mm bullet and then dispose of the body with evidence and evidence.

In January 1991, Aileen Wuornos was arrested at a bar in Volusia County. After the shocking case was solved, the name Aileen Wuornos was listed on the list of the most dangerous women in the world because of the terrifying crimes she committed.

Her life later became the subject of screenplays, stage productions, and many documentaries… Including the movie Monster (produced in 2003) by female star Charlize Theron. play the main role. This role also helped Charlize receive a prestigious Oscar.

Fierce childhood

If a psychologist were asked to devise a childhood scenario that would have predicted a serial killer, the life of Aileen Wuornos could be an inspiration. Aileen Wuornos turned to prostitution at an early age. At the age of 11, she learned… to trade sex for cigarettes and other items. Of course, everything has a reason…

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Image of Aileen Wuornos as a child.

Aileen Wuornos’ father was a convicted sex offender before she was born. This man ended up hanging himself in his cell when his daughter was 13 years old. Aileen’s mother is a Finnish immigrant. She abandoned her daughter at an early age to be taken care of by her grandparents.

Less than a year after Aileen’s father committed suicide, her grandmother also died of liver failure. She became the “prey” of the green-bearded demon that was her grandfather. She was raped and abused by him for several years. At the age of 11, Aileen began having sex at school in exchange for cigarettes, drugs and food. She even had an incestuous relationship with her brother.

At the age of 14, Aileen became pregnant when he was raped by a friend of his. At the age of 15, Aileen was kicked out of the house by his grandfather and began to earn a living by working as a prostitute. Since then, the days of crime and murder of female killers also gradually opened.

A series of heinous crimes in just 1 year

At the age of 20, Aileen Wuornos tried to escape the life of a “prostitute” by moving to Florida and marrying a 69-year-old man named Lewis Fell, a successful retired businessman. He is also the president of a yacht club. Aileen moved in with him and immediately started getting into trouble with local law enforcement.

She often leaves the house she shares with Fell to indulge in hangouts at a local bar, and often gets into fights. It was reported that Mr. Fell was also abused by his new wife, and even beaten with his own walking stick. In the end, the elderly husband obtained a restraining order against Aileen, forcing her to return to Michigan to file for an annulment after only nine weeks of marriage.

Around this time, Aileen’s brother (with whom she had an incestuous relationship) suddenly died of esophageal cancer. Aileen is automatically entitled to a $10,000 life insurance benefit. She used the money to pay a drunk driving fine, and buy a luxury car.

When the money ran out, Aileen returned to Florida and was arrested again for theft. She once even participated in an armed robbery, stealing $35 and some cigarettes. After that, Aileen continued to return to the road of prostitution. She was arrested in 1986 when one of the customers informed the police that she had pointed a gun at herself in her car to demand money. In 1987, she moved in with a hotel maid named Tyria Moore, who later became Aileen’s same-sex lover and accomplice in barbaric murders.

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The same-sex lover Tyria Moore.

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Seven victims were murdered by Aileen in 1989 and 1990.

Aileen’s first victim was Richard Mallory (51 years old), who had been in prison and had been released from prison many years before. When he met Aileen in November 1989, he was running an electronics store in Clearwater. She shot Richard several times and threw his body into the woods before going to destroy the car.

In May 1990, Aileen Wuornos killed David Spears (43 years old) by shooting him six times and undressing him. Five days after David’s body was discovered, police continued to find the remains of Charles Carskaddon (40 years old) who was shot nine times and dumped on the side of the road.

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Image of a victim’s body left in the woods.

On June 30, 1990, Peter Siems (65 years old) went missing while driving from Florida to Arkansas. Witnesses later claimed to have seen two women, matching the description of Aileen and his same-sex lover, driving his car. Aileen’s fingerprints were later found from the car and some of Peter’s personal belongings turned up in local pawn shops.

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Aileen went on to kill three more men before being arrested on a wanted note following another altercation in a biker bar in Volusia County, Florida.

So, in less than a year, from 1989 to 1990, 7 men were killed by the gun of Aileen Wuornos. Their bodies were all found in the woods or by the roadside with multiple bullet holes.

When going to court, the woman also showed contempt.

During the trials, female murderers all testified that they only killed people to defend themselves due to being raped. Some court psychologists identified Aileen with Borderline personality disorder and Antisocial personality disorder. She was sentenced to death, and was executed on October 9, 2002.

Source: ATI

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