Brian Whitney's newest book The “Supreme Gentleman” Killer is the tale of Elliot Rodger. He is widely known as the perpetrator of the Isla Vista Massacre, and also as the world’s best known incel, which means “involuntarily celibate. The book chronicles his descent into madness which he documented through his manifesto My Twisted World. It is also the story of how he became thought of as a “hero” and an inspiration to other violent criminals who consider themselves incels.
As the Great Depression hit, Penn State College was cash-strapped and dilapidated. In 1937, underfunded state police fighting a losing battle against striking miners and steel workers in Johnstown called in the National Guard. There were not enough police to cover the state, and it showed. Then someone started killing young women in the area.