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"aiko koo" Discussed on Animanga Nation
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"aiko koo" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Dissecting their corpses finally on April Twentieth Nineteen seventy-three ed killed the ultimate source of his rage, his own mother. He mutilated her body like the others going so far as to remove her vocal cords and put them in the garbage disposal. It was a symbolic act punishing her for the nagging voice that had plagued him since he was a young child. That same night he invited his mother's closest friend over fifty nine year old Sarah Hallett to surprise his mother. The real surprise was for Sarah who ended up being Ed's tenth victim. After Sarah was dead, Ed went on the run driving three days across secluded back roads talking the way to Colorado. But soon, he decided that he wasn't cut out for a life on the Lam and turned himself in to the police. It was perhaps a bit anticlimactic, but it officially marked the end of the co Ed killers reign of Terror Ed was deemed criminally insane found guilty on eight counts of murder and sentenced to life in a maximum security mental health facility where he stays to this day. Thanks for listening to today in true crime. I'm Vanessa Richardson. If you enjoyed this episode on the murder of Aiko Koo be sure to check out our serial killers episodes on Edmund Kemper where we do a deeper dive into the madness of the Co ed killer. Today in true crime is a podcast original, you can find more episodes of today in true crime and all other podcast originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have all of your favorite music. But now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like today in true crime for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream today and true crime on spotify just open the APP and type today in true crime in the search bar at par cast we're grateful for you our. Listeners you allow us to do what we love..
"aiko koo" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Stuck out her thumb and started walking along the side of the road. She, didn't have to wait long before a car pulled up, assigned her a man with large glasses and a thick moustache roll down the window. He looked extraordinarily tall. I co had no idea how he'd crammed into the tiny vehicle but though his stature was intimidating his voice was calm and friendly. After hesitating for just a moment, I go hopped inside the car. She told him. She was going to San Francisco and he agreed to take her the whole way. While, they drove the man started talking he introduced himself as ED and quickly drew I co into a pleasant conversation. He was so friendly that I go almost didn't notice that they'd somehow gotten turned around. They were going north when they should have been headed south. I go mentioned the mistake to Ed and he grew silent as he sat in the driver's seat completely in control I suddenly realized the danger she was in. Tears filled her eyes and she begged Ed not to harm her at this ed reached below his seat pulled out a three, fifty, seven magnum and the gun into her ribs he told her to be quiet. He pulled the car down a side road. Then into a secluded section of the forest as the car stopped, he explained himself he claimed he was suicidal. He had picked I co OP intending to kill her and then kill himself. So he didn't have to die alone but after talking to her she was so nice. He couldn't hurt her he wouldn't hurt her. He just wanted someone to talk to. I Co was stunned the man in front of her was terrifying but he was also clearly sad she knew what that was like. She was happy to let him talk. The two of them sat in the car for some time as the giant man on boated his feelings, the young girl listened with sympathy sometimes even reaching out to pat his back the more he talked the safer she felt, but she felt too safe for for her own good. When ed finished talking he suggested that Aiko let him tie her up and put her in the trunk. He said he would take her home. He just didn't want to get in trouble it would be better if the police couldn't see him driving with a young girl because they would assume she had been kidnapped. I co thought about it for a second then. Read she would let ed tie her up. Ed step out of the car and opened the trunk pulling out the rope and duct tape. He came back to the front and pulled on the door, but it was locked. The keys were in the ignition. The gun was on the front seat Aiko was inside while I was outside for a brief moment, I co was nearly free. But Ed had opened up to her he made her feel safe. So she reached over to the driver's side door and pulled up the lock. Ed. Smiled. Coming up ED pounces. Hey listeners I wanna take a quick moment to introduce you to the newest parkhouse original on the block. 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On September Fourteenth Nineteen seventy-two fifteen-year-old Aiko Koo hit a ride with Ed Kemper the notorious coed killer despite pulling a gun on Aiko and convinced the girl that he had no intention of hurting hurting her he was so convincing I let him back in the car after he accidentally locked himself out ed sat on the car seat relieved. He looked at Aiko for a moment. So young and trusting then he launched. It wasn't much of a fight and was six feet, nine inches tall and weighed over three hundred pounds. I co was a fifteen year old girl with his massive hands. Ed's strangled coast throat until she fell unconscious he then sexually assaulted. and. When she woke up, he strangled her again until she stopped breathing for good when I go was dead Ed placed her body in his trunk. Thrilled with the kill. He drove to one of his favourite bars to celebrate. He checked a second time to make sure she was dead before he went inside. Ed Drank Three Beers taking his time savouring the feeling. then. He went back outside and the trunk once more this time he all gold her corpse as he later put it like a fisherman admiring his catch. Ed drove back to his apartment that night and hauled Aiko's body upstairs there he took pornographic photos had sex with her corpse and spent four hours dismembering her body. He disposed of the mutilated parts by burying them in isolated locations in the Santa Cruz mountains but he left her head in his trunk as a memento even keeping it when he visited his court appointed psychiatrists at his very next appointment. Ed. Convinced his therapist that he was no longer a threat to society. He was an expert manipulator I co-. Coups body was never found. She was Ed Campers fifth victim and she was far from his last. On January seventh nineteen, seventy-three Ed Kemper killed. Year old college student Cindy Schall a month. Later he picked up a twenty three year old woman named Rosalind Thorpe along with her twenty year old friend Alison Lou. He shot both women, and later.
"aiko koo" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"God he would just occasionally get road head from a literal head, and due course, of time the heads began to decompose eventually through both of them into a ravine, the kids were considered messing persons, and I can I'm not laughing. How fucking terrible is have not laughed at the victims. It's just I don't know how else to react to this stuff. It's so beyond insane. To me. All these details the heads when they were found were so badly decomposed had to be identified by dental records later after his arrest Kemper showed investigators where he buried Marianne torso. Unfortunately, anita's body was never found. The girls were listened as missing persons for months Kemper visited the remains of Anita for months before turning himself in and later lead investigators to the grave where he had buried her. He would say sometimes afterwards, I visited there to be near her because I loved her and wanted her you later stand the witness stand, actually, I loved her. Again. But not but not crazy. But not insane. Not criminally insane. He just, you know, misses his head that he's literally been fucking and is in love with it. All right. Let's talk real quick about campers cop buddies, the ones that gave him the handcuffs. He would use on some of his victims. Kemper had always wanted to be police officer, or at least for you know, for a long time, but his imposing size had made it impossible dream. So instead when he when he got out of that state mental institution, you know, went to go live with mom initially. He befriended the cops in the neighborhood and ended up hanging out with them at a bar called the jury room, which was the local cop bar. I remember Ed being there are many occasions, especially in the homicides. We're going on. He would come in and have a few beers with guys and talk to us at Jim Connor a former city of Santa Cruz police officer who later play a role in campers arrest. He had a great personality. He was very friendly very outgoing, and he was real likable guy. That's a pair of white officers unwittingly gave camper a pair of handcuffs that he used to control some of his victims along with the police training badge. Although there is no evidence that he uses badge to coerce or ease. The minds as victims when he was with them. He was able to think about here, I am an ongoing murderer, and they don't know anything about it. And they fully accept me. I'm just one of the boys to Dr Jill fort that San Francisco Bay specialist, you know, and social health and health problems, including crime and violence, four described camper as a police groupie, which other psychologists have said is a common marker for sexual status as well as serial killers, many serial sexual murders have a fascination with police as forensic psychologist Louis lesser, Louis Slesinger, this part of the psychology, and they do that for a number of reasons they can hang out with them from one, but they can also follow the investigations and see if they're being talked about at all this is very stimulating for them. The conversations in the jury room were heavily focused on missing Cohen's, which likely added to campers thrill son of a bitch man is creek. His killing into filing these women then going to hang out and have drinks with the cops were trying to catch him. Okay, September next victim was fifteen year old Dan student Aiko Koo who he picked up while he was hitchhike or while she was hitchhiking excuse me after missing her bus on the evening of September fourteenth. Nineteen seventy-two Aiko was on her way to dance class. She was excited to have landed a chance to appear at the Saint Louis world trade fair performing Korean ballet says Townsend young kid because her family had no car her mother and employed university of California library was unable to take her to this event coupon to ride.
"aiko koo" Discussed on Serial Killers
"In August, nineteen seventy two two months after Ed killed Marianne and Anita hikers stumbled across Marianne head the police were able to identify Marianne via her dental records. They organized a search for the rest of her body and any indication as to the whereabouts of Anita, but they were unable to find a digital pieces of either woman. Unfortunately, police had no leads as to who had killed them. Ed Kemper was simply too good at covering his tracks remained free to kill for about four months. He was able to hold back as murder surges, however, still unemployed as his resources dwindled, and he came closer and closer to moving back in with his mother Ed fantasized about killing again, he soon got his chance just after dark on September fourteenth nineteen seventy-two Twenty-three-year-old Ed Kemper spotted a young girl hitchhiking at a bus station. He stopped the car and asked her name. The girl was fifteen year old Aiko Koo. She had missed the bus tour dance practice and had no other way to get there. I co got into it's car and drove down the road making small talk to set her at ease. I didn't suspect that anything was wrong with it until he pulled into the entrance of a dark and deserted forest. He then pulled a gun out from under his seat and had been thinking about his last kills and what had gone wrong he felt that he had lost control of the situation near the end. And this time he wanted his victim to trust him until the very last breath. She took after I Kose initial panic Ed assured her she wasn't in any danger. He told her that he was horribly depressed and that he had planned to kidnap her kill her and then kill himself. However, he said that after talking with echo he had decided to spare her life. Now, he just wanted someone to talk to during his last hours on earth. Aiko was naturally suspicious, but ED's charm slowly brought down her defenses after I goes, initial panic. She calmed down and the two talked about ED's fictional depression for a short time confident that I co- wouldn't run anywhere. Ed got out of the car to get tape from his trunk Aiko sat calmly in the passenger seat waiting for Ed to drive her home. Ed close the trunk and returned to the driver's side door only to find that he had accidentally locked himself out. It was ED's turned to panic. He had accidentally saved his victim from himself as I co- could have started the car and driven away at any moment. He knocked on the window hoping that he had successfully convinced I go that he wasn't a real threat. I realized that it was locked out. He was her kidnapper, but she believed that she had reached his troubled soul. She unlocked the car door allowing it back into the car. This was a testament to. Hell manipulative Ed could be once I co- unlocked that car door at attacked her and suffocated her until she fell unconscious. He raped Aiko. Then strangled her Ed loaded Aiko's body into his trunk and admired her corpse as he put it like a fisherman admiring. His catch took like goes corpse back to his apartment where he dismembered her and had sex with her body much like is to prior victims. He scattered Aiko's body across several deserted areas, only a small number of her bones wherever found on November twenty ninth nineteen seventy two one month after killing Aiko Ed met with his court ordered psychiatrists according to his parole requirements after a lengthy discussion the psychiatrist deemed Ed officially cured saying, quote, if I were to see this patient without having any history available or getting any history from him. I would think that we're dealing with a very. Okay..