5 female serial killers – YouTube Video Mary Hallberg

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I saw this on YouTube recently – 5 female serial killers – YouTube Video Mary Hallberg: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qA9Iah0uYCI (about 12:44 minutes long).

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9 Responses to 5 female serial killers – YouTube Video Mary Hallberg

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  3. SLIMJIM says:

    Want to watch it but I’m with my kids right now; but yikes!

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    • Don’t blame you. When my daughter was young, pre-YouTube, I didn’t watch movies that were too graphic with her around. I wasn’t too much into overly graphic movies to begin with.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        Whew glad you understand

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      • I didn’t watch movies with profanity in them which limited what we could watch as many of the early 1990s movies were laced with it. I saw a blog post last night or this morning where a father heard his son use profanity and when the father asked where the son had heard it, the child pointed at Dad. I never used profanity around my daughter and still don’t. My Dad never used it around Mom or us children, but I would occasional hear him use it when he didn’t realize I could overhear it.

        A friend lets his children watch movies with strong profanity in it and when I pointed it out, his response was they knew not to use it. Talk about rose-colored glasses. They may not know what it means, but they are in school and I am sure other kids will fill them in.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        Neat to hear you do what is right

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      • I do my best. I fail often, but strive to do the right thing. In this case, I felt not letting my daughter watch movies with profanity was the way to go. i know she heard it from others, but she has never heard me use profanity in her almost 33 years of life.

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