Tsutomu Miyazaki is one of the most heinous serial killers in Japanese history. Miyazaki had a terrible childhood filled with neglect and bullying which caused him to retreat into his own fantasy world. But, Miyazaki's fantasy world consisted of the darkest of dark material. He killed four innocent children as he acted out his depraved fantasies of blood lust, cannibalism, and necrophilia.
Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss an absolutely terrible human being in Tsutomu Miyazaki. His is a case that brings up the questions of nature vs. nurture and what causes an individual to commit these types of acts. Miyazaki claims that his alter ego, Rat Man, was at fault and that he had to obey his commands. Can you really trust the words of a man like Tsutomu Miyazaki whose line between fantasy and reality was so blurred?
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