Jason Dyer, born on 1991-07-15 in Victorville, California. He lived in an orphanage until the age of 5, until he was transferred to foster parents. His foster mother was a cashier, his foster father was a cook. He is 5’6″ and 191 lbs. He is right-handed.
He had a strict, authoritarian upbringing. Apart from mandatory activities, he was kept locked in the house. As a child he wanted to learn to sculpt. But he wasn’t able to take lessons, and the autodidactic route didn’t prove successful.
He was quiet and obedient. He didn’t care about his grades in school at all. 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 was disoriented. He thought college was a waste of time and considered himself too good for the jobs that he could apply to. 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. Although he had many one-night stands he was unable to enter in a serious relationship with anyone.
At present he stays in a van at the outskirts of Carmel, Indiana, but he relocates in the state quite often. 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 yellow Mazda. He tries to meet new people regularly, his circle of friends seem to change every few weeks. He does the same activities with his new friends every time. People who know him describe him as stiff.
He committed his first murder at the age of 27. Since then, he has committed 4 murders. He chooses his victims based on their first name, following the order of the ABC. He doesn’t purposefully hunt for his victims, he just lets himself get carried away in the moment. He cuts the throat of his victims with a knife. His actions are a consequence of his god complex. After the murders he is taken over by deep remorse, so he cleans the bodies and fixes them in a way that they look as if they were sleeping. He often modifies his methods slightly, so that the police are unable to connect the crimes with full certainty.