Alan Connor, born on 1985-10-31 in Brentwood, California. He lived in an orphanage until the age of 5, until he was transferred to foster parents. His foster mother was a high school teacher, his foster father was an electrician. He is 5’5″ and 171 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 dreamed of becoming a dancer. But he never had the courage to tell anyone about this.
He was quiet and obedient. He had excellent study results in the first years of school, but these began to drop later on. At the age of 11 he was sent away from his school because he committed arson. Following this, he was regularly beat up as a tool of education.
After high school he went to college where he studied psychology. When he was 21 he was arrested multiple times for public indecency. He met a pair of twins once. He promised to marry one of them but in the end the three of them lived together for a short period of time in the house of the twins’ parents, who mysteriously disappeared.
At present he has accommodated himself in a water tower outside of Colton, California, accessible from the city’s sewer system and he works in the kitchen of a nearby diner. He is not interested in his financial situation. He drives a purple Ford. He likes being alone so he spends most of his time that way. People who know him describe him as serious.
He committed his first murder at the age of 23. Since then, he has committed 9 murders. He murders homeless people, and men and women who are in need. He picks up his victims by jumping out of his own car, even in broad daylight. Using a baseball bat, he tries to break as many of his victim’s bones as possible while they are still alive. He looks down on everyone and considers his actions to be a favor to the world. He doesn’t hide the corpses, but instead leaves objects around that mislead the police to suspect someone else. His method is ceremonial in nature.