The Exact Moment People Who Knew A Murderer Sensed Something Was Off About Them
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*The following article contains discussion of suicide/self-harm.

We tend to socially gravitate towards like-minded individuals.

Whether at a party or the first day of school, people can easily feed off of each other's vibes and make a connection.

While our intuition is sharp, nothing raises alarm quite as intensely as when we sense something is way off about a person.

Like, distressingly off.

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When Twitter user @sixthformpoet began putting flowers on the grave next to his father's, he had no idea the crazy story he was about to embark on.

Fortunately, he documented the entire story in a viral Twitter thread.

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People Share How They Know A Murderer IRL
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There are as many 2,000 serial killers at large in the United States alone, according to investigative journalist Thomas Hargrove, the founder of the Murder Accountability Project.

Most murderers are not that prolific, though coming into contact with one can still be an unnerving experience.

Today's burning question from Redditor feeling_impossible was: "Do you personally know a murderer? What were they like? How/why did they kill someone?"

Read on!

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