#168 | Archive – 666 Serials


Frank Brandis, born on 1985-03-17 in Buena Park, California. 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 6’3″ and 174 lbs. He is left-handed.

He often took advantage of the religiosity of his environment. As a child he dreamed of becoming a conductor. He told this to a classmate who ridiculed him for it, and so he promised himself not to tell anyone about his desires anymore.

He was at the bottom of social ladder in school. He didn’t care about his grades in school at all. At the age of 14 he realized that he suffered from impotence, which degraded his self-esteem and social skills.

After high school he went to college, but dropped out a few months later. At the age of 20 he joined a sect where practices such as predicting their future and holding seances were held, but the situation gradually got worse over time. Finally he was banned because of his boasting despite their confidentiality rules. He met a woman with a similar background with whom he had a marital relationship for years. But one day when he came home he found his partner has committed suicide.

At present he lives in his car. Mysteriously, he gets a ton of money some days, but he spends most of it in the course of just a few hours. He drives a red Renault. Although people usually like him at first, he is unable to form meaningful friendships. People who know him describe him as absent-minded.

He committed his first murder at the age of 23. Since then, he has committed 17 murders. He murders people who look old or ill, as he thinks they don’t have much time left. He doesn’t purposefully hunt for his victims, he just lets himself get carried away in the moment. After prolonged terrorization, he simply shoots his victims in the head. He is driven by his own curiosity. As soon as he sees an ideal victim, he fantasizes about the reaction they will have when they realize they are going to die. He doesn’t try to hide the corpses in particular, he just simply leaves the scene of the crime when he is done. His method is characterized by sloppy professionalism.