Richard Leonard "The Iceman" Kuklinski (April 11, 1935 March 5, 2006) was an American mass murderer who was convicted for three murders. Kuklinski was given the nickname "Iceman" for his method of freezing a victim to confuse the time of death. The 6'5" (196 cm), 300 pound (135 kg) Kuklinski lived with his wife and children in the suburb of Dumont, New Jersey prior to his arrest. His family was apparently unaware of Kuklinski's double life and crimes. A New Jersey Police task force was formed after Kuklinski was suspected of two murders. A year-long undercover investigation led to his arrest. Kuklinski claimed to be a contract killer for Newark's DeCavalcante crime family and New York City's Five Families of the American Mafia. After his murder convictions, Kuklinski took part in a number of interviews during which he claimed to have murdered from over 100 to 250 men (his recollections varied) between 1948 and 1986. Three documentaries, two biographies and a feature film have been produced on Kuklinski based on his interviews and the results of the task force that brought Kuklinski to justice. His claims have not been substantiated and crime family members dispute his role in any contract killings. In this video, Kuklinski asks the psychologist about himself, "What do you think about me? Anything good, bad or indifferent?" The psychologist analyzes Kuklinski and comes up with multiple thoughts as to why Kuklinski was a successful contract killer.
hater this guy - hes big headed and thinks hes something big which he isnt! Fantasist probably and huge ego. Seems like a nice guy when he speaks but far to full of himself. Interviewer asked him to interview him and he had to swap it around to talk about himself eurgh
Richard Ramirez famously said ‘Even psychopaths have feelings’ To me RR was worse than Kuklinski, maybe not as downright dangerous but pure evil and sadistic. kuklinski was more like a loose cannon.
Never a hitman, never worked for the mafia.
"since there's no love in my life I must have something to replace it so I replace it with hate"
As awful as he was and don't get me wrong but when he said how he felt empty inside and never felt loved it made me really sad.
This doctor is so good he knew how to say it to him without pushing any buttons.
Interesting that the point where someone has no conscience , remorse and symphaty , can be reach in two ways: being completely ignored , abused or spoiled and served. Kuklinski had to go on the first road....
Estos pendejos pensaban que estaban tratando con la Chilindrina
Put me in a room wit the ice man, I’ll ice him up 🤕
The Darkness Underneath Podcast on youtube does a much better job on the real story of Kuklinski.
its gruesome what he did to humans, but I cant get over the fact that he burned a cat alive :( breaks my heart...
How awesome the inerview is!The Therapist is really awesome.I love him personally 🥰
he can reflict himself very good
Park Dietz is one of the most intelligent persons in the field of psychology and psychiatry. He is a big inspiration in my life!
So tragic, horrific yet sad at the same time.
But his insight at the end is sobering and whistle clear in its implications: he realizes he has nothing else to live for. So death is sadly welcomed.
Wow! You cannot write this shit!
Who is the psychoanalysis what's his name?
It’s almost sad when the he is told that some of his traits can really be used to benefit the world. He had no idea
Hands down, interviewer is dumb.