#76 | Archive – 666 Serials


Robert Hayes, born on 1987-07-10 in Taylorsville, Utah. His mother died giving birth, his father was a woodworker. He is 5’7″ and 154 lbs. He is right-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 build models. But unfortunately he wasn’t persistent enough, and his enthusiasm faded with time.

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 12 the dog of one of his school friends was found dead. He did not get into trouble, but all the evidence pointed towards him, so his contemporaries excluded him.

In the months after he finished high school he felt intoxicated. He felt as if a huge weight was taken off of him and he wished for even more freedom. 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. He started dating a masochistic woman who made him abuse her. He had a distorted notion of intimacy ever since.

At present he lives in Pinellas Park, Florida where he works as a call center operator at an insurance company. He is in a bad financial situation. He drives a black Suzuki. He has a small circle of friends whom he goes out with from time to time. People who know him describe him as unknowable.

He committed his first murder at the age of 25. Since then, he has committed 17 murders. The common feature of his victims are their exceptional attractiveness. He searches for his victims in crowded stations. He likes to watch the blood splashing from his victims, so he uses an axe. He considers himself an entity above any man and believes that it is his decision whether someone should live or die. He hides the corpses in a forest and often returns to revisit them. He is more and more confident, therefore he becomes sloppy.