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WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Kevin Davis calmly and brutally murdered his mother

Interrogation video's from the show " Signs Of A Psychopath." From the ID Channel

Psychopaths live among us. They can be friends, family members, coworkers, or even lovers. Trying as they may to impersonate normal humans, there are always signs that reveal their true nature: calculating, narcissistic -- and sometimes, murderous.

By Travis Uresk


Kevin Davis 2023 Information

SID Number: 50010490

TDCJ Number: 01959482


Race: B

Gender: M

DOB: 1995-12-27

Maximum Sentence Date: LIFE SENTENCE

Current Facility: JESTER IV

Projected Release Date: LIFE SENTENCE

Parole Eligibility Date: 2044-03-25

I have read about and watched thousands of hours of interviews and interrogations with serial killers, murderers, rapists, and pedophiles. Most of them sit there and lie for hours, blame their crimes on someone else, how they were raised, or even brag about what they have done, and some even embellish their story to make them sound "cool", I suppose. I have even heard them take the blame for murders they didn't even do like Henry Lee Lucas.

The mug shots of Henry Lee Lucas and Ottis Toole, taken in the early 1980s.

There are a lot of bad people out there that do horrible things. Nothing makes my blood boil faster then when someone hurts a child or a woman. These weak-ass criminals, serial killers, and pedophiles mostly pick on the weak and easy. Like Dorothea Puente and many, many others have.

Dorothea Puente

This article is about two Psychopaths, one is a 17-year-old male who killed his mother. The interview with this guy is one of the creepiest I have watched. Half is what he did, and the other is how calm he is while telling his story to the Detectives. He never lies, uses vulgar language, is very polite, and tells the story of killing his mother like a normal person would tell a story about the weather or how their day was. That is what makes this man very dangerous.

Kevin told Detectives, "I'm kind of more fascinated by the more artistic ways of murder, the meticulous manner. The way they cut them open, just, I mean, such care, such love."

The second one is about a male named Christian Nielsen who went on a killing spree in Maine, who killed four people at a Bed and Breakfast where he worked as a cook. When a Detective asked him what is your philosophy? Christian answered, that people die, then he laughed.

While Christian was talking about shooting the owner of the B&B, Julie Bullard, he said, "I shot her again, and again. It blew her out of the bed and into the wall, it was amazing."

These videos are below to watch. They can be a little disturbing to some viewers.

"People are capable of anything. People don't carry a sign that says, 'look at me, I had this dream about butchering your family,' so there is no kind of person. It is a person. A human. The most dangerous animal on this planet." ~ Lt. Joe Kenda

“Something I learned a long time ago: Don’t ever judge people based on their appearance or their physical size. Humans are all capable of enormous levels of violence given the proper motivation.” ~ Lt. Joe Kenda

A Texas teen is sentenced to life in prison after shocking details of his crime are revealed during his trial.

On March 27, 2014, 17-year-old Kevin Davis admitted to police detectives that he killed his 50-year-old mother, Kimberly Hill, in a chilling interview following his arrest.

Kimberly Hill

Davis told police he asked his mother for permission to die because he was bored with life and didn’t like other people.

Kimberly, who worked as a career in a hospice, was as horrified as any mother would be when their child told them they wanted to kill themselves. She tried to talk him out of it.

He said she was upset but told him she could not control what he did, so he decided to kill her, Davis told detectives.

Davis snapped at some point in the conversation and decided to kill his mother. He later explained to detectives that he tried strangling her with a game console cord. But when that "didn't work," he went looking for a hammer and bashed her skull 20 times.

After he'd killed Kimberly, he undressed her and sexually assaulted her. He joked to the police, "Yeah, I lost my virginity to a corpse." He left his mom's body naked from the waist down and posed her in a sexually suggestive position.

Davis told the police that he had then decided to wait for his sister to come home so he could kill her too. However, she had worked late and was at her home, and he decided he’d had his “fill of killing.”

He decided to leave Corpus Christi on his bicycle, which he did cycling down some train tracks. However, a short time later, he walked to a nearby town and knocked on a couple’s door. He asked for a telephone so that he could turn himself in.

A psychiatrist, Dr. Joel Kutnik, who interviewed Davis, told the jury how Davis described the murder:

“He used a hammer to kill his mother, and of course, the skull split open. He wanted to make certain that she was dead.
He stuck his hand in the skull and mixed up the brains, and then I think he told me he got a knife and mixed em up.
Then he also said that it felt like puddy.
The consistency of the brain tissue. And then he said something about he tasted the brain."
Kutnik also said that David admitted to fantasies about having sex with dead bodies, and he told police that he had sexual intercourse with his mother's body. When officers asked if it was his first time, he said calmly, "Guess I lost my virginity to a dead corpse."

When asked what his mother did to deserve this, Davis said, “Absolutely nothing. I’m just a terrible, disgusting person.”

“I don’t have standards, I don’t have morals. A body’s a body — a piece of meat,” Davis said.

Investigators asked Davis if he felt mentally ill or insane, and he replied, "No." Prosecutors and medical experts agreed that Davis has no mental or psychotic issues.

Prosecutors argued that medical experts did not say Davis has mental or psychotic issues and pointed out that he admitted to police that, if given the chance, he would probably kill again.

Kevin Davis in court

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Christian Nielsen

Classification: Mass murderer

Characteristics: Murder spree - Dismemberment

Number of victims: 4

Date of murders: September 1-4, 2006

Date of arrest: September 4, 2006

Date of birth: May 2, 1975

Victim profile: James Whitehurst, 50 / Julie Bullard, 65 / Selby Bullard, 30 / Cindy Beatson, 43

Method of murder: Shooting

Location: Oxford County, Maine, USA

Status: Pleaded guilty. Sentenced to life in prison on October 18, 2007

Suspect arrested in quadruple slayings near Maine ski resort

By Gregory D. Kesich - Portland Press Herald

September 6, 2006

NEWRY, Maine - A 31-year-old cook is accused of killing and dismembering a bed and breakfast owner and two other women outside the converted farmhouse and burned the body of a fourth victim before dumping the remains in the woods in a neighboring town, officials said today.

The suspect told detectives that his four-day killing spree began with a local man on Friday and continued two days later with the death of the owner of the bed and breakfast where he was staying in Newry, according to a state police affidavit. Newry is near the New Hampshire line, about 75 miles northwest of Portland.

The daughter of the bed and breakfast owner and a friend were killed when they arrived there unexpectedly on Labor Day, the affidavit said.

Col. Craig Poulin, state police chief, painted the picture of a grisly crime with three women who'd been shot and dismembered. The fourth victim's body was burned, dismembered and his remains were dumped in the woods 10 to 15 miles away in Upton.

"It's a crime of horrific proportions," Poulin told reporters at a news conference. He said it was the "worst homicide in Maine in 14 years."

The bodies of the three women were recovered Monday evening, and detectives were still working today to recover the remains of the man.

The suspect, who was charged with four counts of murder, smiled as he was leaving Oxford County Superior Court, where he was ordered held without bail.

Christian Nielsen

"The police didn't get involved until Monday," said Deputy Attorney General William Stokes. "How it happened, when it happened and why it happened is still unclear."

Stokes said investigators worked throughout the night and still have questions about the sequence of events.

The suspect was working at the Sudbury Inn in Bethel and rented a room at the Black Bear Bed and Breakfast, owned by Julie Bullard. Police believe that the suspect killed James Whitehurst, 50, and left his body in Upton.

Maine State Police investigated the crime scene yesterday at Black Bear Bed & Breakfast in Newry. Slain over the weekend were (from left) Cynthia Beatson, Selby Bullard, James Whitehurst, and Julie Bullard. (Fred J. Field for the Boston Globe).

The owner of Sudbury Inn said he worked his shift in the kitchen Sunday, getting off work in the late evening. Sometime the same day, he killed Bullard, Stokes said.

Bullard's daughter, Selby Bullard, 30, became concerned when she couldn't reach her mother by cell phone.

She drove to Newry with her friend Cynthia Beatson, 42, on Monday, said Benita Sessions, who runs the Apple Tree Realty Office in Bethel, where the two women worked.

"Julie had bad asthma, she would get into these coughing fits," Sessions said. "Selby couldn't reach her by phone so she and Cindy drove out her to check on her."

Stokes said Bullard and Beatson were killed when they came to the Black Bear.

The state police crime scene evidence recovery team scoured the grounds by the white inn with maroon shutters off Monkey Brook Road, looking for evidence outside the house and behind an outdoor swimming pool.

Little is known about Whitehurst, Stokes said. Authorities have not been able to reach his next of kin late this morning. Julie and Selby Bullard had moved to Maine from San Francisco, sometime in the last two years, Sessions said.

Selby Bullard had two children and had been selling real estate for about a year.

Beatson grew up in the Bethel area and had worked as a waitress and a seamstress before she started selling real estate.

She was married to Dough Beatson, a local contractor, and they had one child.

Sessions said the two women were best friends and went everywhere together.

It's unclear what sparked the killings. State Police Sgt. Walter Grzyb said the two men did not know each other beyond the fact that they were both staying at the same inn.

Poulin declined to discuss motive. He said all had been shot and all four had been dismembered. He declined to say how they'd been dismembered.

News swept across the communities in Maine's western mountains.

''We're all just numb with shock,'' said Robin Zinchuk, executive director of the Bethel Area Chamber of Commerce.

Police assured residents they had nothing to fear. ''We believe no one else was involved, and there are no additional victims,'' Poulin said.

Police were called to the Black Bear Bed & Breakfast at a time when many vacationers were streaming out of Maine at the close of the Labor Day weekend.

Detectives Her Leighton, left, Scott Gosselin, center, and Mark Lopez look for clues in Newry, Maine, where the bodies of three women were found. (Joel Page/AP)

Nielson grew up in the Oxford County area, but lived in Farmington for several years. According to Farmington police, Nielsen had a record of mostly traffic-related violations, including a 1998 arrest and conviction for drunken driving.

"The name didn't jump out as somebody that we knew," said Police Chief Richard Caton III.

His last brush with Farmington police was in August 2005, when he was issued a summons for driving after suspension. At the time Nielsen listed his residence as a 5-unit apartment building in downtown Farmington, near the University of Maine campus.

Nancy White, proprietor of the Sudbury Inn, was stunned to hear about the allegations against Nielsen.

"He was a reliable employee, a competent cook and a soft spoken individual," she said. "I'm shocked and stunned and appalled. It's horrible."

The phone rang unanswered Tuesday at the Black Bear, a white clapboard farmhouse with a red roof that was converted into a six-room bed-and-breakfast with a pool and tennis courts.

Julie Bullard operated a bed and breakfast in San Francisco that she sold prior to coming to Bethel area with her daughter to operate the Black Bear, Zinchuk said.

"Her daughter, Selby, had just lost her husband in a car crash and I think in some ways she and Selby were doing something together, getting a fresh start, with Selby's two children," Zinchuk said.

For a time, Selby Bullard operated an optician's shop in town that filled eyeglass prescriptions, Zinchuk said. More recently, she received a real estate license and had been working with Beatson at Apple Tree Realty Inc., she said.

Julie Bullard decided in February to close the Black Bear, Zinchuk said, and there was a ''For Sale'' sign out front.

The Associated Press, staff writers Tom Bell, David Hench and Trevor Maxwell contributed to this report.


Signs Of A Psychopath: "Into the Woods at Midnight"

The Victim's

James Whitehurst, 50

Julie Bullard, 65

Selby Bullard, 30

Cindy Beatson, 43

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