Jeremiah Estes, born on 1988-05-24 in Grand Forks, North Dakota. He was the fifth born child in a family of 8 children. His parents couldn’t provide for all the children, so at the age of 4, he and his siblings were taken away by child protection services. All of the children were placed in different orphanages, so he didn’t see his siblings after they were separated. He is 6’2″ and 178 lbs. He is left-handed.
He had a strict religious upbringing. As a child he wanted to learn to play the violin. But unfortunately his financial circumstances did not allow this.
He entered primary school 1 year later, so he felt that he was lagging behind. He was great at seeing connections, but his memory was poor which clearly impacted his grades. Since his financial conditions were modest, between the age of 14 and 15 he robbed passers-by multiple times, threatening them with a knife.
After high school he was disoriented. He thought college was a waste of time and considered himself too good for the jobs that he could apply to. He attempted suicide when he was 19. He once looked out of the window of a cafe and fell in love with a woman working in the bookstore across the road. While he never had the courage to talk to her, he started reading books on a daily basis.
At present he lives in Suffolk, Virginia and he is unemployed. He is not interested in his financial situation. He drives a red Nissan. He has only a few friends. People who know him describe him as rational.
He committed his first murder at the age of 25. Since then, he has committed 10 murders. His victims are hard to profile, he randomly murders women, men, children and elders alike. He addresses his victims on the street in broad daylight, gains their trust, and lures them to abandoned places for fake reasons. He likes to watch the blood splashing from his victims, so he uses an axe. For him, the greatest pleasure is reading about his deeds in the media. He dumps the corpses in the nearest dumpster, after taking a nose, ear, or nipple as a souvenir. His method is ceremonial in nature.