case study in the world of criminal psychology, implemented through a number
of individual examinations on various brands of psyche from the methodical
serial killer, to the criminally insane. It is in the best interest of the
reader to read from an analytical point of view, as any emotional interpretation
of the following data may cloud the conclusion. These files will be updated
monthly as we gain access to more and more specimens, donations are currently
being accepted on Tuesdays and Fridays.
will be ranked in three catergories: Intelligence, Power, and Cunning, based
on a scale of 1 to 4 developed by the late Dr. B. Skinner*. A brief history,
motives, strengths and weaknesses will also be given when known, but some
cases have little or no background. This document is intended to be used
for informational purposes only,since it is only by studying these cases
that we will be able to understand the abnormal thought process. *(A criminal
psychologist, formerly an agent with the F.B.I., Skinner was murdered in
1997 by one of his patients, a serial killer, later found to be responsible
for the death of over 15 doctors in a 2 year period.)
|The Rating System
below average score, usually denotes
a poor physical specimen or a mentally retarded person.
average score represents a non-exceptional,
yet unimpaired grasp of intellect and physical prowess.
average intellect, excellent problem
solving skills, usually accompanied by a mania or paranoia. In Physical
terms subject may be a very able athlete capable of great feats of
strength and dexterity.
levels of intellect or physical conditioning, often caused by some
type of traumatic injury to the brain or a chemical mutation of hormones.
Some subjects in this category are able to exert almost paranormal
levels of intellignece, and physical apptitude.
Number 01101023ARK The Joker
"It's quite possible we may be looking at some kind of super-sanity
here. A brilliant new modifacation of human perception. More suited
to urban life at the end of the twentieth century. The Joker seems
to have no control over the sensory information he's receiving from
the outside world. He can only cope with that chaotic barrage of input
by going with the flow. That's why some days he's a mischeivious clown,
others a psychopathic killer. He has no real personality. He creates
himself each day. He sees himself as the lord of misrule and the world
as a theatre of the absurd. " ~Dr. Ruth Adams, Arkham Asylum
Number 5512200392SPR Montgomery Burns
"Generally when we come across
a case like Mr. Burns, we dismiss it as a simple case of schizophrenia,
but in the case of our withered friend, we see an ignorance of his
surroundings and a level of delusion usually associated with Dementia
or Mania. Mr. Burns is a true meglomaniac who is capable of any crime
as small as stealing candy from a baby to murder,he is not to be trusted
even by his own mother" -Dr Fastus Mclure, Springfield Mental
Number H20RR553425P Michael Myers
"As a child Michael displayed
attributes, that we generally relegate to madmen and killers, thus
to look into his eyes then, was to stare face to face with evil itself.
I've never known a little boy capable of sending shutters down a grown
man's back, but then again there can be little comparison between
a regular boy and Michael." -Dr Loomis, Smith's Grove-Warren