Unfit To Fly: Andreas Lubitz
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Declared unfit to fly, Andreas Lubitz' doctor did not notify authorities. The co-pilot tore up the sick note and reported for work. Then he locked the pilot out of the cabin, and drove the plane at... More > 700mph into the alps, killing himself and 149 others aboard instantly. What evil possessed him to do such an horrific thing? Men, women and little children forced to accompany him on his suicide mission?! For five whole torturous minutes the passengers aboard Flight 9525 screamed in terror as the plane went down. Why did he do it? Those were the questions on everyone's lips when Andreas Lubitz drove the Germanwings A320 Airbus he was co-piloting into the France Alps. The plane hit with such force that bodies, shattered into pieces and scattered over the craggy terrain, made recovery enormously hazardous. DNA was used to piece together bodies for relatives to claim. This forensic numerological criminal profile of Andreas Gunter Lubitz gives an insight into the man who committed this Kamikaze carnage.< Less
Unfit to Fly: Andreas Lubitz
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Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz tore up the sick note his doctor had given him and reported for work. Then he locked pilot Patrick Sonderheimer out of the cabin when he left to go to the toilet. The Wreckage... More > of Germanwings Flight 4U9525 fell 38,000 feet in eight minutes, hitting the French Alps at 800kph, according to the French Civil Aviation Authority. “The guy outside is knocking lightly on the door and there is no answer, and then he hits the door stronger and no answer. There is never an answer. You can hear he is trying to smash the door down.” Bodies shattered and body parts, interwoven with plane debris, scattered over the ragged, steep mountainside making recovery almost impossible. No body survived intact. This is the numerological analysis of the 27 year old German co-pilot who committed this atrocity. The resultant criminal profile gives us an indication of the kind of man he was, what was his general make-up, and clues as to why he carried out one of the worst mass murder-suicides in aviation history.< Less
I Always Wanted to Kill: Paul Denyer Serial Killer
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It would be hard to imagine a more unlikely place for serial murder. The seaside town of Frankston, a 40-minute drive from Melbourne on Port Phillip Bay, south eastern Victoria, renowned for its... More > population of fairy penguins, is the ideal place for a holiday. It was the site chosen for the filming of the classic On the Beach, starring Gregory Peck, one of the world’s most loved, talented and enduring actors, a star from the Golden Age of Hollywood. Yet onto this peaceful, relaxed stage 47 years after the making of this classic film, uninvited and unannounced, walked one of Australia’s worst and most feared serial murderers, The Frankston Killer. He was Paul Charles Denyer, who is now serving three consecutive sentences of life imprisonment with a non-parole period of 30 years at Her Majesty’s Prison at Barwon. He’s doing time for the murders of Elizabeth Stevens, 18, Debbie Fream, 22, and Natalie Russell, 17, in 1993.< Less
I Always Wanted To Kill: Paul Denyer Serial Killer
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Paul Denyer is an Australian serial killer, currently serving three consecutive sentences of life imprisonment with a non-parole period of 30 years at Barwon Prison for the murders of Elizabeth... More > Stevens, 18, Debbie Fream, 22, and Natalie Russell, 17, over a seven week period between June and July in the winter months of 1993. Denyer, known as The Frankston Killer for his crimes which occurred in the Frankston seaside area of south eastern Victoria, now wants to be known as Paula and wears women's underwear and cosmetics. He claims he hated and killed women because he always wanted to be one. This forensic numerological analysis attempts to establish whether Denyer is also responsible for the murders of two other young women who disappeared in the same area: Sarah MacDiarmid whose body has never been found and Michelle Brown, whose body was found behind a gun shop in Frankston.< Less
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