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This is pretty creepy. A guy in New York City somehow got into the habit of approaching Asian women and asking for a date (or something) and when they declined, he walloped them with a hammer in a bag. This report says that he called it a "game".

Website capture of serial attacker who killed himself.

That's weird enough but then, after the police get a fix on him and publicize as such, the guy kills himself in an elaborate scheme whereby he crawls under the elevator of an apartment building, ties a noose to its bottom, puts his neck in, then waits for a blithe passenger to step in and press the "up" button.

Well, the plan apparently worked - he died (and some unwitting passenger got to where they were going in the process). The rest of his blog and website paints him as a pretty smart and creative individual outside his obvious mental illness and criminal tendencies, so that is perhaps not so surprising.

But he upped the overall ludicrousness of this when he programmed his blog to continually post for the next 10 years. Which, believe it or not, it is actually doing. I guess he paid for hosting or what not well ahead of time.


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