#642 | Archive – 666 Serials


Dylan Kinney, born on 1983-05-27 in Torrance, California. 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 6’3″ and 194 lbs. He is left-handed.

According to the education he received, religion was to be despised to the extreme, and his strong receptivity to it resulted in shame throughout his childhood. 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 famous for his lies in school; he made up different stories about himself and his family. His grades were mostly 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 tried to find a job in several places, but was always fired after a few months due to his difficult nature. He was struck by a courier when he was 20, which caused him to have pain and difficulties walking for the rest of his life. He flirted with several women at multiple parties, but his relationships never got any further than one-night stands.

At present he lives in one of the closed factory buildings of Chandler, Arizona. 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 black Renault. He has no friends. People who know him describe him as serious.

He committed his first murder at the age of 26. Since then, he has committed 9 murders. He chooses his victims based on their first name, following the order of the ABC. He gains the trust of his victims by pretending to be a police officer. Using a baseball bat, he tries to break as many of his victim’s bones as possible while they are still alive. For him, the greatest pleasure is reading about his deeds in the media. He doesn’t try to hide the corpses in particular, he just simply leaves the scene of the crime when he is done. His methods are becoming more and more sophisticated and refined.