Woman who watched Mindhunter believes boyfriend is a serial killer

A WOMAN who binge-watched all the episodes of Mindhunter is convinced she has developed an instinct for sniffing out sadistic murderers.

Nikki Hollis spent two days in a darkened room with the Netflix show about the FBI Behavioural Science Unit and now believes boyfriend Tom Logan has a psychological profile identical to Charles Manson.

Hollis said: “Tom’s definitely got deviant tendencies similar to these unhinged killers. It’s not a big leap to imagine Son of Sam never remembering to put the lid back on the Marmite.

“I haven’t got any actual proof yet, but I’m sure it’s only a matter of time before I find Tom crucifying cats in the garden. And then it’s just a slippery slope to murder. 

“All the signs are there: childhood trauma, inability to relate to women, lack of remorse. This sick psycho scumbag has got me on his case now.”

Logan said: “I think Nikki’s referring to the time I fell off my bike when I was a kid, the fact that I told her to stop doing weird sh*t to her eyebrows, and because I won’t apologise for saying Emmerdale is b*llocks.

“If anyone’s psycho around here, it’s her. I think she was secretly taking photos when I was digging a hole in the garden to transfer a pot plant.”

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