In days of old, people had to actually hunt down and capture their food before they were able to cook it and eat it. Today, though, there isn't such a need for this type of long-winded and arduous chore; is there? HUH? What do you mean 'There is to some'? Alright then. I best watch this 60 minute documentary made in 2013, for the reason's why. Bon Appetit.
The Crossbow Cannibal: The Definitive Story of Stephen Griffiths-the Self-Made Serial Killer
the 22nd of June, 2009, he killed Susan Rushworth, a 43 year old mother of three; who went missing whilst returning home from a night out.
the 26th of April, 2010, he killed Shelley Armitage, 31; who disappeared in Bradfordafter she had dinner with a close friend.
the 21st of May, 2010, he killed Suzanne Blamires, 36; who mysteriously vanished whilst on an excursion in Bradfordcity center.
This time though -- no -- I won't have any problem trying to analyse Stephen Griffiths; because I feel that I may know him already. No. Not personally speaking of course. Figuratively speaking. As he's the type of obsessive compulsive nut-job I come across every day whilst blogging, due to his seemingly single-minded and obtuse ways.