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Katie Frost has bared the burden of her past for what seems like an age.
While on the surface, she seems calm and collected. Almost normal in her own way.
A known quiet achiever, popular among her peers. The now 23-year-old was the Head Girl of her exclusive East Betoota private school.
But what lies beneath is much, much less mundane.
“As a 10-year-old, I drowned multiple people in a pool and laughed about it,” she said.
“The final count was 47. I just couldn’t help myself. Every day after school, I’d come home and torture these people. Starve them. Deprive them of sleep and other basic human rights,”
“It was a rough couple of years but I got through it. I haven’t killed anyone since and I never will.”
Initially, her boyfriend Dylan Carmichael lost a lot of sleep after he learned of her past.
Each night, he tossed and turned in bed. Kung-Fu fighting his bedsheets with stress and worry after learning the quiet, confident young woman he’d grown to love is actually a prolific serial killer.
It wasn’t until he reapproached the conversation with Katie that he was finally able to put his mind at ease.
“It turns out she [Katie] was talking about The Sims, that fucking computer game,” said Dylan.
“Fuck me, for a moment there I thought she was talking about actual people. I thought the ‘Sims’ she was referring to where like a family or something! [laughs] But yeah, feeling much better right now,”
“Oi yeah, but at the same time, nah. It’s a still a bit weird? Don’t you think? She’s a strange fish, she is. But I love her.”
More to come.