When asked why he killed women, Edmund Kemper cited his own insecurities.
“My frustration. My inability to communicate socially, sexually. I wasn’t impotent, but emotionally I was impotent. I was scared to death of failing in male/female relationships. I knew absolutely nothing about that whole area, even of just sitting down and talking with a young lady.”
Source: documentary No Apparent Motive (1984)
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