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As much as there is an allure of living in small towns, there seems to be just as much mystery.

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Us plebeians often think of celebrities as faraway people who remain untouched by the stresses and difficulties of average life.

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For all the crime or mystery shows people watch perhaps the scariest instances are the tragedies that happen in real life. The most startling thing is while many murderers display red flags, a large amount tend to be seemingly nice people. Criminologists have found that in domestic-violence-related homicide in particular the perpetrator tends to employ an outwardly charming, charisma-filled act as part of their method.

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There are people in this world who have, for whatever reason, taken another's' life. For some it's a tragedy, and a hero for others. Some people didn't even know they were talking to a murderer until later.

How can you tell if someone is a murderer in the first place? They can seem just like regular people.

So VentSauxe went to Ask Reddit to find out what that experience was like.

VentSauxe asked the question:

"People who have met murderers, what were they like?"

What's most fascinating is the stories when we these people would be locked away forever are still out in life to this very day.

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I use to think I was the only person obsessed with true crime tales. I've been an avid watcher of Dateline NBC, 20/20, 48 Hours, etc, for over a decade. In fact when I've moved cable providers the last few times, I chose the plans that only included the ID Discovery channel. I can't even begin to tell you amount of shows I watched there. Then of course I'd top it off with a marathon of Law & Order: SVU. And this was all before the podcast frenzy. And I tell you, I've never had a peaceful night's rest since. Why do I do this? Correction... why do WE do this?

Redditor u/KyrieEleison_88 wanted everyone to compare notes about which blood curdling cases they can't shake off by asking... What true crime case lives rent free in your head and why?
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