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If you can't be a good example, At least be a horrible warning.
Aileen Wuornos
Love conquers all... Every cloud has a silver lining... Faith can move mountains... Love will always find a way... Everything happens for a reason... Where there is life, there is hope. ...Hmph...They gotta tell ya somethin'.
Aileen Wuornos (Monster)
Shocking, sad, revealing, and deeply researched, this true account of the life and crimes of serial killer Aileen Wuornos will fascinate true-crime fans.
John E. Douglas
Aileen, I wish I could’ve taken you there. It’s too late now. I wish you hadn’t hurt all those people. I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I know you hate it when I say that, what I meant was that I wish all those people hadn’t hurt you. ("Aileen Wuornos Isn't My Hero")
Olivia Gatwood
Man I studied phychology, Theology, Archeology, the nervous system, The Brain, algerba, Anatomy, read the Bible four times in its entirety, politics, and so much more.
Aileen Wuornos (Dear Dawn: Aileen Wuornos in Her Own Words)
plus lastly, It shouldnt matter who you are (or) what your work place is. Self-defense is Self-defense. No one has the right to lay any pyshical abuse on “ANYONE .
Aileen Wuornos (Dear Dawn: Aileen Wuornos in Her Own Words)
It is love—friendship—that sustains us, even in the worst of times, under the worst of circumstances. Even when we have been driven mad. Even when we have killed. We still love. We are still worthy of love. We can still be loved.
Aileen Wuornos (Dear Dawn: Aileen Wuornos in Her Own Words)
It’s not easy to find old-school journalism in true crime … yet with Lethal Intent, author Sue Russell proves how integrity, tenacity, brutal truth and honest reporting become essential components to what is a riveting—if not terrifying—narrative of America’s most hated ‘monster,’ Aileen Carol Wuornos. It’s not easy humanizing serial killers, but through an objective lens, clear and defined, Russell paints a graphic portrait of Wuornos’ evil intentions and rough life—a true page-turner, breathless, intense—but also important.
M. William Phelps (Bad Girls)
In any discussion of serial killers, a few notorious names—those of the most prolific killers—always get mentioned. Ted Bundy admitted to killing thirty women, but it could well have been more. Gary Ridgeway, also known as the Green River Killer, was convicted of murdering forty-eight, but later confessed to others. John Wayne Gacy was convicted of killing thirty-three people. Jeffrey Dahmer was convicted of murdering and partially ingesting fifteen people. David Berkowitz, New York City’s “Son of Sam,” shot and killed six people. Less well known but significant are Dennis Rader, who killed ten people in Wichita, Kansas, and Aileen Wuornos, portrayed by Charlize Theron in the film Monster, who killed six men. Wayne Williams was convicted of killing only two men, but he is believed to have killed anywhere from twenty-three to twenty-nine children in Atlanta. Robert Hansen confessed to four murders but is suspected of more than seventeen. Juan Corona was convicted of murdering twenty-five people. Their crimes are all horrific, and the number of victims is heartbreaking. But all these most notorious serial killers stand in the shadow of Dr. Kermit Gosnell. Strangely, Gosnell appears in no list we have found of known U.S. serial killers, though he is the biggest of them all. In reality, Kermit Gosnell deserves the top spot on any list of serial murderers. He’s earned it.
Ann McElhinney (Gosnell: The Untold Story of America's Most Prolific Serial Killer)
Aileen Wuornos, Belle Gunness, and . . . A quick search on the internet gives me Juana Barraza, Jane Toppan, and Nannie Doss.
Rachel Howzell Hall (These Toxic Things)
Sex, Death, and the Double Standard” (On the Issues magazine, summer of 1992). In
Aileen Wuornos (Dear Dawn: Aileen Wuornos in Her Own Words)
When I cry. I am funny looking. My face looks like pork sausage before its cooked. Are yeah rollin over that one now or what . . . Well I’ve got to close so . . . 4-now Love Lee
Aileen Wuornos (Dear Dawn: Aileen Wuornos in Her Own Words)
It is love—friendship—that sustains us, even in the worst of times, under the worst of circumstances. Even when we have been driven mad. Even when we have killed. We still love. We are still worthy of love. We can still be loved.   —Daphne Gottlieb San Francisco
Aileen Wuornos (Dear Dawn: Aileen Wuornos in Her Own Words)
And I do have to say one thing, their families must realise that no matter how much they loved the people that died, no matter how much they love them, they were bad people because they were going to hurt me.
Aileen Wuornos (Monster)
People think this is all painless and stuff like that. It ain’t! Basically, they suffer a lot. They are sort of paralysed but they can hear. They drown in their own fluid and suffocate to death really. Yeah, we get problems. Sometimes the guy doesn’t want to get on to the table. But we have the largest guard in Texas here. He gets them on that table, no problem. They are strapped down in seconds. No problem. They go on that mean old table and get the goodnight juice whether they like it or not.
Aileen Wuornos (Monster)