Robert Durst – conscienceless, emotionless zombie lifeform

He appears almost totally affectless.  No emotional interaction with others.  Living but cheated of a life.

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“Bob is incapable of telling the truth,” Douglas Durst said. “He is a true psychopath, beyond any emotions. That’s why he does things, so he can experience the emotions that other people have vicariously. Because he has absolutely none of his own.”

3 thoughts on “Robert Durst – conscienceless, emotionless zombie lifeform

  1. Why are you so sure that Robert is a psychopath? Perhaps his behavior is the result of abuse. Have you seen the picture of him as a boy wearing a dress?


    • You make a valid point. I wonder if we can ever really know that someone is a psychopath.

      I have a niece who most people believe is a psychopath but I happen to know she has a lot of pain bottled up inside of her. She even told me herself once that she was diagnosed as a sociopath and she seemed pleased with herself about it. But I told her the diagnosis was wrong and whoever diagnosed her is a quack.

      The reason I don’t believe she’s a sociopath is that she tends to get into whatever trouble her new “best friends” are into. It’s like she’s always desperate to fit in, somewhere – anywhere. She’s easily taken in by criminal types, many of which are sociopaths (especially the men she dates) yet because she has been in trouble in the past, she’s always being labeled as the “instigator”.

      Of course, this is in no way similar to the case of Robert Durst, but the important thing to keep in mind is that every case is different and unique in its own right. Too many “professionals” want to solve every case based on statistics, “probabilities”, but I try to remind people that would only be possible if the probability was at 100%. It should be that the individual cases combined produce the statistics, but what happens is too many cases are falsely diagnosed based on the statistics, which in turn raises the probability factor and produces inaccurate statistics.

      That said, I also believe my niece could be dangerous if she hooked up with a dangerous man. So far it’s just been petty thieves, con artists, druggies, etc. But if she was to meet someone like Karla Homolka’s murderous ex-lover (whose name escapes me at the moment), I fear she would – like a chameleon – do whatever it took to please him.

      – buster


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