#509 | Archive – 666 Serials


Caleb Klein, born on 1992-08-28 in Hartford, Connecticut. He was born to hippie parents. His childhood was filled with traveling. All members of the traveling group were his ‘family’ yet at the same time, it felt like none of them were. He is 5’9″ and 156 lbs. He is right-handed.

He received an education with no focus on morality, and was often exposed to the world of drugs and prostitution. As a child he liked to sing. Unfortunately he didn’t have any talent and according to him, he suffered a lot of humiliation because of it.

He was a shy kid. Although he was considered a bright kid, he wasn’t interested in studying, thus his grades weren’t good. At the age of 13 he witnessed an old lady being hit by a train. The sight of her deformed body fascinated him.

After high school he applied to several renowned colleges, but he was not accepted to any of them. 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. After a few unsuccessful attempts he didn’t seek to have a romantic relationship.

At present he spends his days in the old barn of a neglected farm next to Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky and helps the owner with work around the farm in return. He is not interested in his financial situation. He drives a red Kia. He has only a few friends. People who know him describe him as weird.

He committed his first murder at the age of 23. Since then, he has committed 16 murders. He murders people whom he deems unintelligent. He usually attempts to evoke sympathy in his victims; he asks for help and then he takes the first opportunity. He kills his victims using a machete. He is driven by his own curiosity. As soon as he sees an ideal victim, he fantasizes about the reaction they will have when they realize they are going to die. He doesn’t try to hide the corpses in particular, he just simply leaves the scene of the crime when he is done. He leaves a ton of clues every time to increase the chances of him getting caught.