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#476

Douglas Morales, born on 1986-07-11 in Des Plaines, Illinois. His mother was a nurse, his father was a gardener. He is 5’8″ and 174 lbs. He is right-handed.

The religious teachings he received encouraged him to talk to “Him”. He started talking to someone with time, but kept it a secret. As a child he liked to write poems. However, he was convinced that he would never be any good at it, so he never even told anyone.

He was quick-tempered. He easily angered himself over the smallest things. He was great at seeing connections, but his memory was poor which clearly impacted his grades. At the age of 15 he was overcome by pyromania, he set fire to anything he could get his hands on.

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 attempted to lure a boy to his apartment. He was stopped by a police officer who was out of service, suspicious of the unfolding situation, however – since nothing unlawful really happened – the officer was forced to let him go. Although he had many one-night stands he was unable to enter in a serious relationship with anyone.

At present he has accommodated himself in a water tower outside of Greenacres, Florida, accessible from the city’s sewer system and he works in the kitchen of a nearby diner. 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 green Honda. Although people usually like him at first, he is unable to form meaningful friendships. People who know him describe him as stubborn.

He committed his first murder at the age of 26. Since then, he has committed 12 murders. His victims are hard to profile, he randomly murders women, men, children and elders alike. He pretends to be a door-to-door salesman and thus acquaints himself with his victim’s environment. It might seem a bit old-fashioned, but his favorite tool is an axe. It never let anyone down before. He sees murder as a game, and he’s annoyed when his victims don’t play or react to the rules made up by him. He doesn’t try to hide the corpses in particular, he just simply leaves the scene of the crime when he is done. He keeps track of the investigation, so he knows when to lie low.