Teens are the worst. Every little thing they do is judged and exaggerated to an extreme degree. They’re not even adults yet but have the highest expectations placed on them by the adults to grow up fast and well throughout their high school lives.
At the same time, they are pitched into a social competition for acceptance that clashes with their pursuits of unique identity that they need to mature to become adults.
They’re not experienced enough to call dumb, but they know enough that they should be bright.
Teens are known for extreme moods and extreme actions. One of the most powerful actions for anyone to take is murder, and when the murderer is a teenager, it becomes an act that’s an extreme of an extreme.
Aiden Fucci was one such teenage murderer who went through the kind of drama that was more in place in a horror movie than a bit of drama.
10 /10 May Flowers
In early May, Aiden Fucci, 14, met up with Tristyn Bailey, 13, his classmate from school. No one knew why but them.
They were together long after midnight and were seen together at around 1:45 in the morning, walking down Saddlestone Drive in their town of Jacksonville, Florida.
About two hours later, at 3:27, only one returned and held an extra pair of shoes. No one knew what happened until the following day when Tristyn was reported as missing.
9 /10 Immediate Turnaround
It didn’t take long for someone to stumble upon the body of Tristyn and report it to the police. When it was found on May 9th, she was dead and left in a sorry state.
It was a grim Mother’s Day for the Bailey family when they heard their daughter was killed.
The charge was murder, which was made evident by the state of her body and the evidence of a weapon. She was found near the cul-de-sac of Aiden’s home, not even half a mile away.