Rabbitholed #69: The Serial Killer Writing From Prison to Tell His Daughter She's "Fat"
"It seems now that you want the world to know who you are," the killer writes, trying to worm his madness into her heart and head. "I've created a monster in you."
Over on #TraumaTok, the trauma is popping.
And just when you think that your life is difficult and your family sucks and the people harassing you are the worst, consider this story: The daughter of a serial killer who not only has to deal with the aftermath of having a murderous psychopath for a father—and accounting to the families of his victims because she’s a good, reasonable woman bereft by the conscience of her genetics—but who still has to receive the cruelest imaginable letters from her father in prison to this day.
Many of these letters are unopened, and further research tells us exactly why.
The letters are a form of attempted murder in their own right.
The murder of her sanity and strength.
But she will not let her father win.
This woman is an absolute paragon of strength and a role model of exactly how to deal with intergenerational trauma and a psychopath’s weaponization of toxic shame, manipulation and reality distortion.
Let her show you how to deal with the greatest possible mindfuck on the planet imaginable: That of a serial killer father.
Because if she can survive and thrive, you can too.