Best Richard Ramirez Quotes 2021

  • “Even psychopaths have emotions. Then again, maybe not.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “In the end, we all die, and nothing really matters.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “Serial killers do, on a small scale, what governments do on a large one. They are products of our times and these are bloodthirsty times.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “My mother and father used to take me to church in Mexico and Texas, wer I used to live. The huge figures of saints and crucifixions. Religion played a big role in my life.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “You don’t understand me. You are not expected to. You are not capable of it. I am beyond your experience.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “I’ve been accused of almost every crime you can imagine.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “One time I told this lady to give me all her money, she said no. So I cut her and pulled her eyes out. I would do someone in and then take a camera and set the timer so I could sit them up next to me and take our picture together.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “I read suspense and horror, somethings that intrigue me. I have always been fascinated by death.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “I am beyond your experience. I am beyond good and evil, legions of the night – night breed – repeat not the errors of the Night Stalker and show no mercy.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “A book I suggest to everybody is called, “Mysterious Stranger” by Mark Twain. It’s about Satan and his visit here. A good book.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “You don’t understand me. You are not expected to. You are not capable. I am beyond your experience. I am beyond good and evil. I will be avenged. Lucifer dwells in all of us…I don’t believe in the hypocritical, moralistic dogma of this so-called civilized society….You maggots make me sick! Hypocrites one and all…I don’t need to hear all of society’s rationalizations. I’ve heard them all before…legions of the night, night breed, repeat not the errors of the night prowler and show no mercy.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “In today’s society, people use those qualities – I call them qualities – for all things. It is for self-gratification. It is for sex. It is for excitment. This kind of fervor servers it’s own purpose. It doesn’t obey rules. It runs amok. You see it on the news everyday, but society cannot hang it’s moral and ethical values on me to survive. i do what I must in all ways, and I’m proud of it. The necessity to be myself passes all moral barriers.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “The sex drive is the most important and powerful behaviour in mankind.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “The media had portrayed me as a cold-hearted, ruthless monster, but I’m really not that way. I’m very down to earth. So, at that time I let people think whatever they wanted to. Tou see or hear about the crimes and then imagine what kind of individual was behind them.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “We’ve all got the power in our hands to kill, but most people are afraid to use it. The ones who aren’t afraid, control life itself.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “I was receiving so much negative publicity. I wasn’t going to give people the satisfaction of seeing me down.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “I don’t believe in the hypocritical, moralistic dogma of this so called civilized-society”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “I think the girls are attracted to me because they can relate to me. The girls are nice when you’re in my situation, but since I’m in here [in jail] I spend more time writing to them about the relationship, rather than living it, but there are good friendships formed never-the-less.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “We are all evil in some form or another, are we not?”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “I’m pretty set in my ways. I doubt anything short of a miracle would change me. I do have an open mind, and I listen to them.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “I gave up love and happiness a long time ago.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “When I was 11, I had an episode in my life. I saw my cousin shoot his wife. It wasn’t traumatic… but the shock value. I went back into the apartment to collect some things with my dad, because my cousin was in jail. The bed was all bloody. It was there where she had landed after the bullet. She got a .38 to the face.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “Big deal, death comes with the territory. See you in Disneyland.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “Blood is the substance that allows any living thing to exist, but blood is blood. I have heard of people drinking each other’s blood. They cut each other, and they drink it and it’s supposed to be a euphoric feeling. But, blood has no special interest for me.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “Going to the trial was very tiring for me, but I did enjoy it better than sitting in a jail cell. That could be very monotonous.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “Everyone plays a role and no one says what’s truly on their mind.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “When the state comes to execute a man, they laugh. So do I.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “Everybody has got good and evil in them. I’d like to be 100% evil, but I can’t.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “While anger and hate are two things some people can cope with, I cannot. My anger and hate grow to a level that I cannot live comfortably with it.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “I was not aware of my actions. Everyone must find out who they are and be aware of their actions before they wind up in a vicious predicament.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “Normal, ordinary people do not think like a Serial Killer. They have no conception of what is going on in a killer’s mind, how he operates. They don’t read, which is rightfully so. If they have a life to live, they’re not going to spend a lot of time reading up on killers if that’s not in their interest. Certainly, Serial Killers and killers have the advantage in that they use the element of surprise…uh…darkness, and such things as this…”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “You maggots make me sick, I will be avenged. Lucifer dwells within us all.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “Violent delights tend to have violent ends.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “Normal, ordinary people do not think like a Serial Killer. They have no conception of what is going on in a killer’s mind, how he operates.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “Who’s to say what’s evil? A man’s beliefs are his own business. Neither the Church nor anybody else has the right to tell you how to act; that’s what real freedom is about: to be able to be who you really are, not what you are expected or supposed to be.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “I’ve killed 20 people, man. I love all that blood.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “Everybody has got good and evil in them. I’d like to be 100% evil, but I can’t. I’m too easy-going sometimes. Then again, while anger and hate are two things some people can cope with, I cannot. My anger and hate grow to a level that I cannot live comfortably with it. it causes me headaches and stuff. When I get angry, it’s an extreme form. It is the extreme. There is no inbetween. But there is with good and evil, and I am there.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “What Satan means to me-Satan is a stabilizing force in my life. It gives me a reason to be; it gives me-an excuse to rationalize. There is a part of me that believes he really does exist. I have my doubts, but we all do, about many things.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “Evil has always existed, the perfect world most people seek shall never come to pass and it’s gonna get worse.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “All the killings are going to be blamed on me.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “There’s blood behind the Night Stalker.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “I love to kill people. I love to watch them die. I would shoot them in the head and they would wiggle and squirm all over the place, and then just stop. Or I would cut them with a knife and watch their faces turn real white. I love all that blood.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “Satanists need to have more faith than Christians, because Christ was seen and felt. Lucifer has never felt the need to be seen, but in everyone’s soul he can be felt.”
    — Richard Ramirez

  • “I lived a dangerous life. Stealing cars, I could have been shot. Robbing people, I could have been killed. Nothing in existence holds any terror for me. When I was sentenced to death, it didn’t hold anything for me.”
    — Richard Ramirez

Richard Ramirez Quotes

  • “It was about 1980, and I was hustling on the streets. I landed in jail for a month or two for petty theft. I met up with this guy who was a Satan worshiper. For those two months I was with him, then I get out of jail, but my mind didn’t. I remembered everything he said, which basically was, ‘Why worship the good guy, when the things you do aren’t so good?’ Somehow it just made sense to me, to worship something that would protect you in what you were doing.”
     Richard Ramirez, Interview with Richard Ramirez
  • “When I was 11, I had an episode in my life. I saw my cousin shoot his wife. It wasn’t traumatic…but the shock value. I went back into the apartment to collect some things with my dad, because my cousin was in jail. The bed was all bloody. It was there where she had landed after the bullet. She got a .38 to the face. At the same time it was very… uh. The stillness of the room, the eeriness, you know. We had to open the windows to ventilate the room and it was something. It was… (long pause) …it was death! I had known the woman. I had known her very well. I went into the living room and saw her purse. I looked through her purse, saw her ID cards and her things. It was a strange feeling. That was the first time I ever ran across death. Ever since, I was intrigued.”
     Richard Ramirez, Interview with Richard Ramirez
  • “You do not understand me. I do not expect you to. You are not capable of it. I am beyond your experience. I am beyond good and evil. I will be avenged. Lucifer dwells in all of us….I don’t believe in the hypocritical, moralistic dogma of this so-called civilized society. I need not look beyond this courtroom to see all the liars, the haters, the killers, the crooks, the paranoid cowards….You maggots make me sick! Hypocrites one and all. We are all expendable for a cause. No one knows that better than those who kill for policy, clandestinely or openly, as do the governments of the world which kill in the name of God and country…..Legions of the night, night breed! Repeat not the errors of night prowler and show no mercy.”
     Richard Ramirez, Encyclopedia of Satanism

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