Many enjoy cannibalism, necrophilia and keep trophy-like body parts as mementos of their work. Sometimes they like to return to grave sites and crime scenes to fantasize about previous kills.Many killers like to insert themselves in the investigations of their crimes and some like to taunt the police with letters or carefully placed pieces of evidence at the crime scene.There is no cost to those wanting to correspond with the criminals.She decided to keep it going despite the lack of profits.
"Let's face it, [with] Mark Twitchell, we've got a narcissistic psychopath and I'm sure he'll be able to fool some woman into writing to him who will fall deeply madly in love with him. He's going to say whatever he needs to to suck any woman in that he wants to correspond with." Fazzina charges inmates per year to keep their profiles on the website.
Twitchell dismembered Altinger and dumped his remains in a north Edmonton sewer. He produced the film in the garage two weeks earlier. I just don't do that," said Melissa Fazzina who started the website six years ago.
Twitchell was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 25 years and is incarcerated in Saskatchewan Penitentiary, near Prince Albert. "I'd seen how popular this was in the United States, this kind of concept, and I realized that there was nothing like this for inmates here in Canada," she said. "We have a website facilitating the access of psychopaths to the general public," said Staff Sgt.
In his profile on Canadian Inmate Connect, Mark Twitchell writes, "I'm looking for an interesting, intelligent, open-minded, delightfully imperfect woman to relate to and share amusing observations with ...
as well as potentially a long weekend every few months if it gets there naturally." In 2011, Twitchell was convicted of the 2008 first-degree murder of Johnny Altinger.