College Stabbing Suspect Had Cannibalistic Fantasies: Affidavit

Dylan Quick told Texas investigators that he wanted to cut off people's faces and wear them as masks.
1:22 | 04/12/13

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According to a search warrant affidavit filed by the Harris county sheriff's office -- quit. -- told investigators shortly after his arrest that he had bizarre fantasies since age eight those fantasies gruesome. He told what detective -- quote. Had been fantasizing about cutting off people's faces and wearing them as masks. His attorney -- didn't know or wouldn't say anything about that this morning. With a quick waived his right here are some of the evidence against -- in court. And chose not to appear tools -- says he's not sure quick understands the magnitude of the case against him the court documents continued with a quick allegedly telling detectives he fantasized also about -- -- And cannibalism. Investigators say he researched -- stabbings and serial killers on his home computer. Which they have now seized from the house he was living in with his parents. No one there answered the store today detectives say they found their Hannibal Lecter mask and an animal dissection kids. -- quick told them he sharpened a number of things in preparation for his attacks including. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Yeah this it's believed now was returning to some sense of normalcy.

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