Scientists calculated the rate at which more than 1, mammal species kill their own kind, and noticed how closely related species have similar rates of lethal violence. They essentially found that where a species is on evolutionary tree of life tells a lot about how violent the species is to its own kind.
Even as an earlier reader, I was drawn more to biographies and memoirs than to Harlequin. I have learned a great deal of history through the stories of those who lived it. Hardly surprising then that my first two books were memoirs.
Recently, I watched a B-grade documentary about a murder that took place in Christchurch, New Zealand. It is Murderous tendencies poorly produced documentary and several times I almost turned it off, but something kept drawing me along.
The girls, 15, had become fast friends mid-way through the school year. By every account, they became infatuated with each other. There was no indication that their relationship was of a sexual nature but it possessed an intensity far more common within the confines of a sexual relationship.
Juliet came from a wealthy family. Her father was a physicist who helped develop the hydrogen bomb. He was in New Murderous tendencies teaching at university. Juliet would be sent off to live with an aunt in Africa, a move neither she nor Pauline felt they could endure.
Pauline put a brick in a stocking and stuck it in her school bag. While out on the walk, Juliet dropped an unusual looking rock from her pocket while walking just ahead of Pauline and her mother.
Being young, the girls figured one whack would kill her, then Pauline, being orphaned would be allowed to live with Juliet wherever she was sent off too. It took 45 hits with the brick and strangulation before the undoubtedly horrified mother died.
Juliet took over the bludgeoning at one point. The murder was brutal, to say the least. The girls and the dead mother were a bloody mess, literally.
This wasapparently the girls knew nothing about the forensics of a crime. Throughout the subsequent trial, the girls stood by one another, giggling in the courtroom, writing notes to each other, holding hands coming and going.
Reports from the trial indicate that the girls showed little remorse or grief over what they had done.
They had several things going for them, however: And at least one of them came from a wealthy and somewhat highly regarded family.
They each served five years in what amounts to juvenile detention. By age 21, they were released and under New Zealand law, they were allowed to change their names.
In essence and in every sense of the term, they were given a clean slate. Juliet Hulme changed her name to Anne Perry. Or your local bookstore. Anne Perry is an international bestselling author of detective fiction. She is the creator behind the William Monk and Thomas Pitt series.
She has written 40 books that have sold in the multi-millions.Jul 24, · Acknowledge that you are angry, acknowledge that those sorts of murderous thoughts are somewhat disturbing. As long as you dont act on them, you'll be fine. Also, I suggest you invest in some sort punching bag (do kickboxing or something) so you can take your anger out on ardatayazilim.com: Resolved.
But we’ve gotten less murderous. On average, modern humans now kill each on a rate of 13 in , Gomez said, basing his calculations on World Health Organization ardatayazilim.comd: Sep 18, My son asked me today “Pops, didn’t you say you threw rocks at pigeons at one point”?
I told him “no, the story I shared was about this kid I knew growing up that dropped a huge rock on an injured pigeon and killed it”.
These are two very different scenarios. However this brief discussion [ ]. Read Ch Murderous Tendencies from the story Treason by poltergeist_people with 11, reads.
love, treason, romance. A/N: LONG CHAPTER!! ugh I missed stabb Reviews: Murderous Tendencies. (Sweet Pea X Reader) Originally posted by sweetpeaismylifenow. Part Two. Part One Here. Summary: Y/N accidentally commits a crime and needs Sweet Pea’s help.
My son asked me today “Pops, didn’t you say you threw rocks at pigeons at one point”? I told him “no, the story I shared was about this kid I knew growing up that dropped a huge rock on an injured pigeon and killed it”.
These are two very different scenarios. However this brief discussion [ ].