How to know if you are a serial killer (real test)

So you want to know if you or your friends are a serial killer? This test was given to me by my cousin when I was something like 12 years old. According to him, this was a test given to a multitude of actual serial killers and is a part of the "pop culture." An astounding propotion answered the same and "correctly."

The test goes something like this:
*Note: When answering the question, put all questions and potential illogicalities aside. Simply answer with the first response that comes to mind. If it is a complicated response, write it down. Just straighten out the first rationalization that you can come up with. The answer will be at the bottom of the page (DON'T CHEAT).

There was a girl, let us name her Jane. Jane was at her mother's funeral when she happened to spot a particular man at the funeral. She did not know this man, but she instantly fell in love with him. He happened to exactly fit her vision of her "dream guy." However, Jane never got a chance to get a contact number from the guy. A week later, she killed her sister. Why did she do it?


While we are on the topic of serial killers, and while I am trying to fill dead space, here are some good serial killer movies. Most of them are Korean.

H: Good serial killer movie with a twist at the end. A movie that depends more on twists and mysteries than on gruesome imagery. Don't get me wrong, this is one of the most gruesome movies I have ever seen, but it is more than that.

Zodiac: Pretty good movie. It is long. The pacing is a bit slow, but the movie is more intricate than most serial killer movies.

Princess Aurora: Feels different than a regular serial killer movie, but in the end, since the main character kills several people, she is technically a serial killer. The killer is the protagonist, and you find yourself almost rooting for her. The back story is the main point, and it is less gruesome than most serial killer movies. It is very sad however.

Memories of Murder: If you like to be unsettled, then this is the serial killer movie for you. It is based on a true story about the most notorious serial killer in Korea, which makes it all the more unsettling. Very gruesome and not for the faint of heart. The suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout.

If you want to watch some really gruesome revenge-based serial killer movies here is a trilogy that uses the theme of revenge:
Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance
Sympathy for Lady Vengeance
Oldboy (hailed by Quentin Tarantino, and a great, enigmatic, and artistically shot movie)

Dexter: Although not a movie, Dexter shows the "disease" side of being a serial killer. I won't spoil it, but the backstory shows that he can't help being who he is. Since it is much longer than a movie, the series has a lot of character development and side stories. It is comical and suspenseful at times. I am only through season 1 but I highly recommend the show.






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Answer: Jane wanted to see her dream guy again and was hoping to see him at her sister's funeral. For me, the answer was the only one that came to mind, and it popped up instantly. Can I say CCCCRRREEEEPPPYYY one more time?