Do You Live In An Area Where Serial Killers Are Active?

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I really don’t intend to scare or alarm anyone, but this is an important subject. Sometimes, because of a potential threat, we must just get over being scared or rather, make good use of fear. Fear is a good thing if it causes one to be more observant, more diligent, and more careful about our surroundings. So please, if you reside near any of these areas, just be careful! Below is a list of areas where there’s an active hunt for serial killers and/or unsolved cases of suspected serial killer involvement.1) The area between Houston, Texas and Galveston, Texas. More specifically, any where near I-45. It’s suspected that at least two serial killers could be operating along this area. To date, it’s believed that at least 24 women, that’s right, 24 women have been killed!2) Denver, Colorado, near the general area of Coors Field. It’s been said that at least 4 people have been killed in this general area and the cases are unsolved. Is it the act of one person or different killers? Either way, be careful!3) Two cities in Massachusetts, the cities of Hudson and Marlborough. These cities are located close to one another. They have experienced the deaths of a couple of people that seem suspicious.4) The area around Daytona Beach, Florida. At least three or four females have died at the hands of a killer. Many in law enforcement believed this killer may reside in the city or nearby areas. He seems to kill on an average of every 20 days. Personally, I believe they need to keep their options and investigations open on this one. It could also be a salesman or businessman that travels to the area every 20 days or so.Please be advised that serial killers have been known to be transient. Some might kill their victims in areas near their homes, others may not. The problem is generally though with the ones who are transient. They might pass through Florida on a Monday, kill a victim, then be in California by Thursday! Another issue is their DNA’s. The killers must have been arrested at least once for their DNA to be entered into police data banks.If entered, the police can then match it with a suspect or suspects.In addition, I must say this. It’s an obvious, logical assumption. If you live in Los Angeles, Seattle, Dallas, New York City, Miami, Detroit, Chicago, Washington D.C., Phoenix, or Las Vegas, you must assume that there is a good probability that a serial killer is operating in your mist.Be careful and watch your backs!