#309 | Archive – 666 Serials


Ernest Bow, born on 1983-04-10 in Plymouth, Minnesota. 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 189 lbs. He is left-handed.

He received a very religious education. His disillusion with the church started at a young age, but no matter how he objected it, he could not free himself of the religious expectations he found in his environment. As a child he liked to play the piano. However, he was convinced that he would never be any good at it, so he never even told anyone.

He was famous for his lies in school; he made up different stories about himself and his family. He had excellent study results in the first years of school, but these began to drop later on. At the age of 14 he realized that he suffered from impotence, which degraded his self-esteem and social skills.

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. At the age of 19 he realized how much joy and confidence he experienced when he intimidated others, so he started carrying a knife and regularly flashing it to those who were physically weaker. Seemingly he was not interested in the opposite sex.

At present he lives in a run-down house next to College Station, Texas. 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 white Nissan. He has no friends. People who know him describe him as serious.

He committed his first murder at the age of 27. Since then, he has committed 20 murders. He murders people who look old or ill, as he thinks they don’t have much time left. He often circles around with his car for hours to find an ideal victim to whom he can offer a ride. After prolonged terrorization, he simply shoots his victims in the head. His actions are the consequence of his deeply rooted inferiority complex. He doesn’t try to hide the corpses in particular, he just simply leaves the scene of the crime when he is done. He often improvises.