Adopted 7-Year-Old Boy Obsessed with Bloods and Knives; Parents Fear They Are Raising A Serial Killer

Adopted 7-Year-Old Boy Obsessed with Bloods and Knives; Parents Fear They Are Raising A Serial Killer

Kim and Ryan adopted 7-year-old Rylan when he was still a baby. They were enjoying their time with their son but as he grows up, they noticed something strange with the little boy.

The ex-couple legally took Rylan from his meth-dependent parents which also both had bipolar disorders.

Kim thought the aggressive behavior of the boy was just normal but she realizes Rylan is not developing just like the other kids.

Now, they seek help from Dr. Phil’s show fearing the youngster’s behavior plus his obsession with blood and knives may lead to him harming someone soon.

Kim and Rylan  photo from Dr.Phil Show

Kim and Rylan
photo from Dr.Phil Show

The mother of three said Rylan has this hobby of holding his breath until he passed out when he was turning 2. Then, at 3 years old, his violent attitude progressed. At one time, he even stabbed the watermelon with knives.

While the pair understands that children have imaginary friends, they are worried about their son’s imaginary robot friend named Bleeder who he says tells him to kill his whole family with knives.

“He talks about how he is going to lift them [knives] up over his head and plunge them into our chest,” Kim anxiously says.

When the young boy turned six, Kim said he locked himself in the bathroom and cut off his fingers using his older brother’s razor. When they asked why he did that, Rylan said Bleeder told him to so he could see the blood and feel the pain.

The parents who had been putting the boy in different hospitals for treatment said they are now both terrified of their son as he continue to talk about stabbing them and how he’d do that with great impact. Kim said she fears they are raising a serial killer, or a school shooter, even a mass murderer.

Ryan even said they haven’t lived a normal day in the last three years.

photo from Dr. Phil Show

Rylan on a therapeutic hold. photo from Dr. Phil Show

“When he loses all control, our last resort is a therapeutic hold. We’ve had to hold him for upwards of 45 minutes to an hour,” he said.

While it is necessary, Ryan said he does not like doing that to his son.

Other accounts of Rylan’s behavior included him hiding sharp objects like shave razors, fork, ink pen, etc.

Shave razors, a fork, and an ink pen Rylan hid in their toilet  photo from Dr.Phil Show

Shave razors, a fork, and an ink pen Rylan hid in their toilet
photo from Dr.Phil Show

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Hi, I'm Sarj. An introverted/OCD person who does not talk unless spoken to. When I get stressed out and completely overwhelmed, I just lay down on the floor and pretend to be a carrot--whatever that means.

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