Sunday, March 5, 2017
Evil Lives Here
I watch a lot of crime shows on Investigation Discovery and also the TV show 48 hours. When surrounded by evil people and considering the work I used to do with violent and criminal teens, the examination of evil in this life becomes of interest. This is a new one I discovered a few weeks ago called Evil Lives Here. If one wants to watch a primer on malignant narcissists and sociopaths that go into full criminality and murder, here is your show. What should scare you is this show details the ones who actually got caught, if you think of the numbers doing their swathe of destruction unencumbered. The show asks "What if the person closest to you was a devil in disguise—would you see the signs?"
Many of us ACONs know about devils in disguise first hand. Not all malignant narcissists, psychopaths and sociopaths include actual physical murder beyond all the soul murder among their list of evil deeds, but some do.
The show I saw was called "She Made Me Do It" where a young boy has an evil sociopathic mother talk him into murdering his father. The show is very sad because they interview the real man, who is now middle aged and out of prison and full of remorse. It shows how the mother worked on him night and day and threatened him with abandonment and worse and even got his brother to murder their grandmother. The mother is crazy trying to poison the father for years and controls both sons until later when the grandmother's murder is discovered and they all go to prison.
This video above is of a show about an evil brother called "My Brother's Secrets". This guy is definitely a full blown psychopath. When his brother Sean details, that Patrick will take whatever he wanted without fear of repercussions, that definitely is a sign of his lack of conscience. Patrick doesn't care about any punishment. One thing about pyschopaths/sociopaths is their lack of fear, that definitely is a marker for them. They don't care about what is right and wrong. Sociopaths love to torture others, Patrick locks Sean in a trunk. Sean says at that point, "If he had sympathy, I don't think he did.".
Sean says "I don't recall him ever apologizing to me ever". These types do not apologize as they believe themselves never to be wrong. Later it is discovered his brother is a serial killer. It scares me when the mother says of Patrick, "It never was a choice for him, it was a urge." I don't think so, people choose to be evil. Sean details how he feels his mother chose Patrick over him. Even the mother admits he never felt remorseful.