How to Identify a Sociopath, Quickly

Look for lack of emotion where emotion should be present. Picture by ann harkness via Flickr

Would it be correct to call you a sociopath?

“In layman’s terms, yes.”

The scary part about Dyshae’s interview is that he actually makes perfect sense.

When you hear a theatrical interview with a serial killer, it’s easy to build a wall between you and them. There are obvious lines you’d never cross. Lines these people have left far behind.

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