As John Mark Karr emerges as the alleged killer of JonBenet Ramsey, TV exclusives like The Insider are interpreting relics from his past as they attempt to create and understand the profile of a potential killer.
This has included pictures of him in marching band (you know what they say about those band kids … they're up to no good!) and things he wrote in high school yearbooks.
This leads me to wonder: If I go crazy and kill someone famous or something like that, how will people interpret my high school yearbook? And so we turn to my senior high school yearbook, Hicksville High School Hixonian 2003, Volume 88, to get a glimpse of the killer profile that is Chelsea Louise Snyder.
Page 16, Senior directory. Chelsea Snyder was involved in many, many student organizations and assumed leadership in many. She also received many awards. What does this mean? Chelsea Snyder kept herself busy so as to prevent others from suspecting that she had the mind of a killer and a thirst for blood.
Page 16G – Snyder's senior portrait shows a "come hither" stare and a peak of cleavage. Clearly a provacative Lolita, Snyder must have satisfied her bloodthirst in these young developmental years by utilizing her Basic Instinct-like skills to lure and kill unsuspecting suitors.
Page 28 – Snyder is featured with other senior girls at Homecoming. She is in the back row, third from the left. This position signifies that Snyder is a loner and likes to be behind the scenes so as to better prepare herself to claim her victims.
Page 32 – A quote blurb is featured by Snyder in response to the question, "What was your best memory of the senior trip?" to which she responded, "The many interesting events in the hotel at night." Clearly, she killed someone that night and is alluding to it so as to taunt authorities.
Page 34 – Snyder is pictured as the "Most Artistic" member of her graduating class in the group of senior superlatives. Artistic and dangerous.
Page 37 – Snyder is featured as a flying monkey in the school production of The Wizard of Oz. This public humiliation obviously fueled her sadistic thirst for human blood.
Page 56 – A member of the varsity volleyball team, Snyder was able to hone her physical prowess and use this in the future to stalk, tackle, and smack people at a very rapid pace. The team also lost a lot, adding to her cynical outlook on life.
Page 72 – Toni Pocratsky is incorrectly identified as Chelsea Snyder in the track team picture. Chelsea Snyder would have been furious to have been misidentified, as Chelsea Snyder did not enjoy track and quit after her freshman year. (See 1999 yearbook.)
Page 85 – Chelsea Snyder is featured with other senior members of the marching band, who are wearing shirts, each shirt featuring a letter, that, together spell out "CLASS OF 2003." Snyder is the letter L. L is also the first letter of lust. Lust for blood.
Page 90 – A list of student awards and scholarships. Snyder's name is frequently noted. She obviously killed the original recipients of these awards and collected them for herself.
Page 94 – Snyder is featured as a member of the academic team, National Honor Society, and Science Club. Many serial killers have been noted members of such organizations, but not nearly as many as….
Page 101 – Marching band. Snyder was band president.
Page 106 – An eighth grader by the name of Chelsey Sinclair. It is not Chelsea Snyder, but it is interesting to note they have similar names.
Provided by a source, we are able to see what Chelsea Snyder signed in a classmate's yearbook: "Thanks for the laughs over the years. Good luck in all you do! Shine on, you crazy diamond!" If you unscramble some of the letters and add a P, within this decoded message one can distinctly see: "Paul is dead." Chelsea Snyder killed Paul McCartney.
There you have it. An in-depth analysis of a cold-blooded killer. I'd hang onto this article or print it out, if I were you.Powered by Sidelines