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#347

Sean Nelson, born on 1986-12-13 in Port Orange, Florida. 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 5’9″ and 169 lbs. He is left-handed.

He had an extremist religious upbringing. He was prohibited from contact with any members of the opposite sex; according to the teachings he received, all of them were satanic beings. As a child he wanted to learn to play the piano. But his environment did not support him, claiming it was an unnecessary activity.

He was at the bottom of social ladder in school. His grades were mostly good. At the age of 12 his contemporaries locked him up in the closet of an abandoned factory building, from which he was taken out only after 3 days, after being unconscious for hours.

After high school he received living accommodations from the elderly owner of a small shop. In return he would work as a cashier in the shop. When he was 21 he was arrested multiple times for public indecency. He fell in love with a girl when he was 22 and asked her to marry him shortly after. A few months later the girl broke off the engagement, and the man could never truly recover.

At present he lives in Walnut Creek, California and has occasional jobs. He is in a bad financial situation. He drives a yellow Citroen. He tries to meet new people regularly, his circle of friends seem to change every few weeks. He does the same activities with his new friends every time. People who know him describe him as persuasive.

He committed his first murder at the age of 27. Since then, he has committed 22 murders. He singles out lonely men and women who often live alone. He observes the people and selects his victims while hanging around schools and playgrounds. He lets his victims run free in a forest to hunt them down with a rifle. He is addicted to the adrenaline rush after committing a murder. He doesn’t hide the corpses, but instead leaves objects around that mislead the police to suspect someone else. He is more and more confident, therefore he becomes sloppy.