Psychological fact:  People who are fascinated by serial killers were rated 70 times more interesting conversationalists compared to those who are not.  Okay!  So, I'm not sure if that's true.  But it definitely sounds like it could be true and I have some conversation to make right now.  In fact, I have a deep, dark confession to make.  I am REALLY fascinated by serial killers.  I loved the show Dexter.  I watch Kevin Bacon's serial killer drama The Following religiously.  One of my favorite movies ever is Zodiac.  And I own The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers as a coffee table book.  And, now, I really want to own this!  The Serial Killer Trivia Game!

I keep seeing this thing pop up on my Facebook feed.  I'm not sure why or how.  Maybe Facebook monitors what I search for online?  Who knows?  (if it does, I'm likely flagged as a national security threat.)  But I am dying (maybe that's the wrong verb choice) to get my hands on this game . . . which is basically guaranteed to kill at parties.  Oops!  There I go again with the wrong verb.  But check this out.  This is what the game looks like . . .


The goal of the game is wickedly delicious.  That goal: to claim five victims before the other serial killers in town beat you to the guts (and glory)! Break into houses and pick a scenario card to reveal your murderous fate.

Okay, I know is morbid.  But I think it sounds like a blast.  Heck, if people can sit around the table and play Cards Against Humanity, I can have my friends over to play The Serial Killer Game, right?  The only difference?  More clean-up!  (Just a joke.  Okay, a really sick joke.  I'll just put plastic down like Dexter.)

If you want more information about the game, CLICK HERE!  Or, you can wait for me to get my copy.  I am already planning my Son of Sam-themed party and I'm making a list of victims  . . .er, I mean guests . . . now!