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#258

Gabriel Hussain, born on 1986-02-26 in Boston, Massachusetts. As a baby, he was found on a cold night at the gates of a church in the suburbs. The priests took him in, he was raised in the monastery. He is 5’9″ and 165 lbs. He is right-handed.

He had a strict, authoritarian upbringing. Apart from mandatory activities, he was kept locked in the house. As a child he wanted to learn to play the violin. But his environment did not support him, claiming it was an unnecessary activity.

He matured physically later, so he was a lot shorter than his classmates for most of his years in school. He had excellent study results in the first years of school, but these began to drop later on. At the age of 12 he was molested by his gymnastics teacher. When this was revealed the teacher was fired, but the school principal managed to arrange the case to be closed without filing a report.

After high school he lived in run-down hotels, providing for himself with small-scale swindles. At the age of 19 he was admitted to a psychiatric unit after an aggressive episode. 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.

He is currently staying in a hotel outside Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and takes advantage of the goodwill of the owner. He has gotten himself into significant debts in the past years. He drives a red Ford. After his only childhood friend moved to Europe, he never made any new friends. People who know him describe him as unknowable.

He committed his first murder at the age of 25. Since then, he has committed 13 murders. His victims are young women. 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 ties his victims up, pours gasoline on them and sets them on fire. He is practically blacked-out during the murders. He hides the corpses in wine barrels. His methods are becoming more and more sophisticated and refined.