Angel of Death nurses and doctors have these traits in common.
The following is a list of traits and behaviors that were collected from nurses who turned out to be serial killers. While none of these are definite indicators, if you see someone who exhibits a lot of these behaviors, there may be a reason for concern:
- Nurses who were given dark nicknames by patients or co-workers, like “The Terminator” or “Death Angel.”
- Nurses who were seen entering rooms where these unexpected and sudden deaths occurred.
- Nurses who have often moved from facility to facility.
- Nurses who were secretive.
- Nurses who had almost chronic difficulty with their personal relationships.
- Nurses who liked to predict when a patient would pass away.
- Nurses who made inconsistent statements when they are asked about suspicious circumstances.
- Nurses who preferred shifts where there were less co-workers and supervisors around.
- Nurses who were associated with several problems at various institutions.
- Nurses who craved attention.
- Nurses who often vocalized irritations with patients.
- Nurses who often prevented other people from checking in on patients.
- Nurses who were seen in areas or patient rooms where they should not have been.
- Nurses who would hang around during the initial death investigation, even when they didn’t have to.
- Nurses who had the suspect substance in their personal possessions.
- Nurses who had falsified reports or lied about parts of their personal information or professional credentials.
- Nurses who had been associated with other types of criminal activities.
- Nurses who had a substance abuse problem.