Most Serial Killers Have Taurus As Their Star Sign | TOTUM
Abigail MeadowMarch 9th

People become real obsessed with serial killer documentaries and we don't blame them. There is something so horrifying and intruging about them that we can't seem to stop watching.

Notorious killers like Ted Bundy and Fred and Rose West have been at the forefront of many documentaries analysing their lives, upbringings, relationships and their reasons for committing such calculated murders.

However, one British author, David Jester, has spent two years researching the zodiac signs of some of the most notorious killers in history.


As per The Mirror, Jester's book, The Clinic, found that most of the serial killers on his list were of the taurus star sign.

Jester spent two years studying zodiac signs for his book and found that most notorious murderers were born between April 20th and May 20th, such as Robert Black, who killed four people in Scotland between 1981 and 1986 and Michael Ryan, who was the shooter in the Hungerford massacre, who killed 16 people including a police officer and his own mother, before shooting himself.

So basically, if you've got any taurus friends, maybe it's time to keep them at a distance.


Netflix have recently been dropping some incredibly gripping content - including one docuseries that has caused people to deem it 'too tough to watch'.

The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez is a six part series which landed on the streaming service on February 26th.

The docuseries focuses on Gabriel, a little boy who was found unconscious by paramedics who arrived at his home in Palmdale, California in May 2016 atfer his mother reported an incident. 

Doctors found Gabriel's skull was fractured in two places, along with two broken ribs, his teeth knocked out with a bat, and his lungs and groin were severly injured by BB gun pellets. 


Gabriel was pronounced brain dead that day and was taken off life support two days later. His death was a result of abuse inflicted by his mother Pearl Sinthia Fernandez and her boyfriend Isauro Aguirre.

The docuseries shows the numerous investigations undertaken by social workers, where they reported Gabriel's injuries, however, it is unclear as to why the eight-year-old was allowed to remain at home where he was continuously abused.

The harrowing case has caused viewers to take to social media to share their thoughts.

One wrote: "Stayed up last night to watch The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez on Netflix and I could not tell you how hard that was to watch. How could a mother do something like that to their child? I am lost for words..."

Another wrote: "F*** these social workers. F*** that teacher. F*** all these people he told his story to & who blatantly f***ing ignored his outcries for help. HE SHOULD BE HERE. He should've been helped! Rest peacefully sweet boy. I'm so sorry everyone failed you."

The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez is available now on Netflix.

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