Dylan Kent, born on 1991-10-02 in Kettering, Ohio. His mother had an affair at a very young age with a married man who had no kids. A few days after his birth, his mother left him in front of the man’s family home. The man confessed everything to his wife, who soon became the baby’s stepmother. He is 5’5″ and 196 lbs. He is left-handed.
His education was based on atonement. Everyone is a sinner and sins must be punished. As a child he wanted to learn to play the guitar. But he wasn’t able to take lessons, and the autodidactic route didn’t prove successful.
He was a daring kid, he questioned everything. Although he was considered a bright kid, he wasn’t interested in studying, thus his grades weren’t good. At the age of 15 he was overcome by pyromania, he set fire to anything he could get his hands on.
After high school he eloped to the neighboring city where he lived homeless for several weeks. At the age of 19 he was arrested for car theft. He was sentenced to six months in prison, during which he was sexually, mentally, and physically abused. For months he followed a girl who was considered the most beautiful woman in the city, until she gave birth to a baby. From then on she wasn’t interesting for him anymore.
At present he stays in a van at the outskirts of Frederick, Maryland, but he relocates in the state quite often. He has gotten himself into significant debts in the past years. He drives a purple Honda. Although people usually like him at first, he is unable to form meaningful friendships. People who know him describe him as gloomy.
He committed his first murder at the age of 23. Since then, he has committed 24 murders. He chooses his victims based on the sins they have committed through his own interpretation. He posts job advertisements in newspapers and then decides the fate of the applicants on the spot: they either don’t get the job or don’t live to see another day. He kills his victims with a baseball bat as he finds it a less suspicious weapon. He considers death to be the most beautiful moment of life. He doesn’t hide the corpses, but instead leaves objects around that mislead the police to suspect someone else. He changes his methods only if it is inevitable.