#596 | Archive – 666 Serials


Matthew Weeks, born on 1988-03-03 in Porterville, California. His mother was a waitress, he never knew his father. He is 5’7″ and 176 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. While he was enthusiastic, he didn’t have any talent.

He stood out from his peers as he was significantly more mature than them. His grades were mostly good. At the age of 13 he was accused of molesting an 8-year-old girl, but there were no further legal action due to lack of physical evidence.

In the years after he finished high school he got himself into loads of debt. He didn’t have a job, and he borrowed money from anyone he could. When he was 20 he bought a rabbit in a pet shop which he later killed, disemboweled and drank the blood of. 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.

At present he lives in a run-down house next to Rochester, New York. He is in a hopeless financial situation. He drives a purple Ford. He has a small circle of friends whom he goes out with from time to time. People who know him describe him as rational.

He committed his first murder at the age of 27. Since then, he has committed 14 murders. The common feature of his victims are their exceptional attractiveness. He pretends to be a door-to-door salesman and thus acquaints himself with his victim’s environment. Initially he used to strangle his victims with his bare hands, but because of the wounds and bruises his victims caused on his hands as they tried to defend themselves, he started using a rope instead. He is intoxicated by the fact that people talk about his murders, not knowing he is the one committing them. 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 modifies his methods slightly, so that the police are unable to connect the crimes with full certainty.