CSI Drama – Part 3

In the final part of my CSI Drama, we have to show the victims of our serial killer and how he went about killing them. Probably not for the fainthearted…


Alfred Cunningham was stalking this victim after he came out of a pub. He followed the victim for a couple of blocks, but the victim soon noticed that he was being followed. In panic, the victim storms into a deserted building, with Alfred close behind. Alfred gets hold of his victim around the corner and starts to repetitively stab his victim’s body. As mentioned before, Alfred washes the victim’s hands after he is done stabbing him.

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Alfred used the same technique as before to stalk, corner his victim and eventually kill him. Alfred spotted this victim while he and his friends were walking around town, looking for a place to party. After giving up on looking for a place where they can have fun for the night, the group of friends slowly started splitting up one by one. Alfred has already set his sights on one of them and waited for him to be on his own. As the victim neared his apartment, he noticed that there was someone standing suspiciously behind him at a distance. Alfred closed on his victim while the victim was still busy trying to unlock the door of the building. As Alfred was within a feet away of his victim, his victim starts running up the staircase to his apartment. In a state of immense panic, the victim tripped on one of the stairs and ended up on the floor. This gave Alfred the perfect opportunity to unleash a repetition of stabs onto his victim’s body.

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I used flash photography and no lighting on purpose to make the photos look more “on-the-scene” and amateur-like… Almost as if it was seen through the serial killer’s eyes.

In the next post, I will explain how I made the fake blood for this assignment.

Photos were taken with a Nikon D5100.


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