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The Werewolf of Pretoria

19 January 2014, 21:21

It has been 9 gruelling years, possibly more, since the birth of a Werewolf in Sunnyside, Pretoria. Since then he has enlarged his territory of horrifying teenage murders to the entire City. There is a clear distinction between murderers and serial killers, the latter is calculative, instinctive and is search of better words - purely evil. [The FBI find it difficult to grasp, the idea, that I kill because I want to kill] said Ted Bundy, one of Americas most infamous serial killer.

‘The Sunnyside Werewolf’ has been on a killing spree for 9 years, the fact that he has not been caught, and worse still, very little about him is known tells us of his sadistic intelligence.

The kids are no longer safe old woman say in the streets. My heart drags along rough a pavement for those who have been directly and indirectly affected by this – past, present and future victims. In my culture they say it takes a village to raise a child, today I say it takes a city to apprehend a killer.

All serial killers, irrespective of their age, gender or ‘taste’ are similar at the core. They emerge from the same evil mother, thus they all inherited not just her evil, but also her weakness. History has shown us that all serial killers; have the strong urge to be caught. In every crime-scene and every plan they execute they leave small fragments of themselves. They have the illustrious need, just like artists; of recognition. This Sunnyside Werewolf wants to take credit and he has already done so.

There are many ways to dump a body, but only one way to do it wisely. The basic idea is not too dump the body too far for it to be inconvenient, while at the same time not too close to draw attention to yourself. Because these girls were raped, we can assume it’s a man. One of the clues that he has left is leading to his door.

Bodies have been found along: Sunnyside, Colbyn, Villeria, East Lynne, Eesterust, Mamelodi, etc. At first these locations might seem random, but upon closer inspection it is observed that these locations are evenly distributed points on a concave line. What this means is that from this data his position can be triangulated, to a certain range.

There is a Werewolf in the streets, a Werewolf that brings chills to our bones and fills the night with fear. The Sunnyside Werewolf’s evil nature can be seen in one of his recent victims were he baked a little girl from waist down. Tomorrow this is your sister, your child... your loved one. What you do today might prevent what happens tomorrow.   

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