What sets a serial killer apart from a normal human? Is it the environmental effects, the biological stand point, or the nurture cause? Through scientific studies of serial killers, most serial killers are label “insane”, which could fall under each one of these theories of what sets them apart from a normal human.
What is the main reason that serial killers end up killing or becoming “insane”? Could it be that children who are open to alcohol and substance abuse in the womb may suffer from serious birth disabilities? By putting that factor in question, it causes things such as small eye openings, retardation, a small head and brain and central nervous system issues are just some of the problems they could face, if they survive.
Could it be the way they were raised or grew up in a home especially where…show more content… Bianchi was born on May 22, 1951 (age 63) in Rochester, New York. He goes by the nickname of The Hillside Strangler, but he also had someone who helped him with all these killings. His cousin Angelo Buono, Jr., and together are known as the Hillside Stranglers.
A little background information about Kenneth Bianchi is that, he was born from a prostitute who gave him up for adoption two weeks after he was born. From his adoptive mothers perspective she said that he was a troubled child, and always lied. Also, despite having a high intelligence level, he was an underachiever who was quick to lose his temper and because of this Bianchi was diagnosed with petit mal seizures.
Later on in life Bianchi had moved to Los Angeles in 1977, and started to be with his older cousin, Angelo Buono more, and who impressed Bianchi with his luxury, appeal, and talent for getting any woman that he wanted. This is thought of why Bianchi wanted to be on top or be noticed by woman, But when he did not get what he wanted, Bianchi and Angelo would murder their