“Aspiring Serial Killer Botches First Try.”
[T]ried and Failed to Become a Serial Killer:
The Seattle Times has the scoop. “A 24-year-old Edmonds woman [24 y.o. Amy Brown] allegedly told police she planned to kill a [29 y.o.] man she met online, eat his heart and leave a note on his body so police would know she intended to kill again, according to court documents in the bizarre case,” Times reporter Sara Jean Green writes.
Here’s How the First Attempt Went:
“The man and Brown were lying on the bed talking and Brown asked several times if he was a serial killer, and he told her he wasn’t, the statement says. He told police Brown then climbed on top of him, stated, ‘Well, I am a serial killer!’ and stabbed him with a pocket knife, it says.”
Serial Killing with a Pocket Knife:
Is not the most efficient way to do it. The man survived with a punctured left lung.
This Guy, Though:
Told a police officer that he created a Craigslist ad—this is how he met his knife-wielding date—”not to solicit sex, but for friendship and possibly dating purposes.” Anyway…
If one searches “knife” and “woman” on photo servers, mostly one gets pics of women cooking. Sorry. “