Tsutomu Miyazaki: The Otaku Killer - Biloxi High/ Dual Credit Psychology - Research Paper

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Tsutomu Miyazaki: The Otaku Killer
Christopher B. Boney
D.C. Psychology
Spring 2018
Mr. Griffey
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Tsutomu Miyazaki
Tsutomu Miyazaki, also known as ‘‘The Otaku Killer’’, was a Japanese serial killer,
cannibal, and necrophile who kidnapped four little girls aging from 4 to 7 years of age in Saitama
and Tokyo Prefectures from August 1988 to June 1989. His allegations included vampirism and
preservation of body parts as trophies.
Life Before Murder
Early Years
Tsutomu Miyazaki was prematurely born leaving him with deformed hands, permanently
fusing his hands to his wrists in August 21, 1962. This led him to no being able to rotate his
whole hand without rotating his forehand. This later ostracized him when he attended Itsukaichi
Elementary School which made him keep to himself.
Adolescence and School
In his teen years, he attended Meidai Nakano High School in Nakano, Tokyo, and was a
perfect student before his grades dramatically dropped. He graduated ranking at 40 out of 56
people in his class. He did not receive the customary admission to Meiji University. At first, he
intended to study English and become a teacher. Instead, he attended a local junior college and
studied to be a photo technician.
Problems at Home. ​​Miyazaki moved back into his parents’ house near his father’s print
shop, sharing a room with his sister. Though his family was highly influential, he did not want to
take over the print shop. Miyazaki was rejected by his sisters and felt like his grandfather was the
only one to show support for him, but in May 1988, his grandfather died. This made his
depression deepen and made move away from society and isolate himself more. In an attempt to
“ retain something from him”, he ate part of his grandfather’s ashes. Then a few weeks later, he
was caught spying on one of his sisters in the shower . When he was told to leave, he attacked his
sister. Then when his mother confronted and told him to do more work than time watching his
videos, he attacked her as well.
The Beginning of his Crimes
Miyazaki’s crimes were comprised of vampirism, cannibalism, necrophilia, and
preservation of body parts as trophies. All his victims were young girls aging from 4 to 7 years
of age. This gained him the names: The Otaku Murderer and The Little Girl Murder. During the
day miyazaki was a well mannered individual. Outside of work, he would randomly select his
victims. He would write to the families of the victims, send...

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