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I'm really amazed that people would give that statement by Fish any credence whatsoever on its own, without any backup from studies or other scientific data. Fish was a serial killer, which, by definition, made him a very manipulative person - hardly a credible source! Moreover, he'd Want to believe there were others like him, wouldn't he? Make his own crimes seem less heinous. That people would even begin to give serious consideration to that statement by Fish, I consider to be a testament to the monumental power of suggestibility in the human race.
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