On the day that Elliot Rodger went on a killing spree, murdering six people and injuring 13 more, he released a video on YouTube stating his intention. However, that wasn’t the only scary video that he released.
Elliot Rodger‘s YouTube channel is filled with videos that make you question why he wasn’t taken in long before he ever had the opportunity to murder six people and injure 13 more on a killing spree in Isla Visa, California on May 24. While the most scary video was the one he released on the day of the massacre — one in which he promised to “punish” all the girls who are not attracted to him — there are many more chilling videos to be found which are revealing of his state of mind. Click through to watch, but beware: it’s disturbing.
Elliot Rodger: More Creepy Videos That Reveal His Intentions On His YouTube Channel
There are many creepy videos to be found on Rodger’s YouTube channel, such as one titled “Why do girls hate me so much?” where he is standing outside, asking the camera why girls don’t seem to like him while listing all of his seemingly positive traits. For example, his $300 Giorgio Armani sunglasses, putting them on and saying, “See? Look at how fabulous I look!”
“I feel so invisible as I walk through my college because none of the girls there pay attention to me,” he said. “So many beautiful, blonde-haired girls walking around everywhere, with their revealing shorts, cascading blonde hair, pretty faces. And I want one for a girlfriend. I want to take her out on a date and prove to her that I’m worthy.”
Elliot Rodger Was Being Treated By Multiple Therapists
It’s really disturbing. His speech is strange, and halting, and the way that he talks about women as objects (“I want one”) makes pretty clear the reason that women steered clear from him.
A member of Rodger’s family had reached out to police about these strange videos, ABC News has reported, but when police spoke to Rodger about it, they saw no reason to take further action, believing him to be “polite and kind”.
Rodgers was being treated by multiple therapists, as the problem was not with the girls around him who apparently didn’t want to talk to him, but within.
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— Amanda Mitchell