Backstreet Boys

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The Backstreet Boys during a music video in 1998.

The Backstreet Boys are a notorious group of radical serial killers whose victims have been found in many areas in the international community. One of them is gay, but nobody knows which one. The "Modus Operendi" of the Backstreet boys is to lure young adolescent girls to various locations with the promise of wholesome entertainment. The boys, once they have lured their victims to the location, commence a series of loud and unstable vocal noises along with a series of choreographed body movements. The vocal noises reach a climax, and the unwilling victims can do nothing but screech in unbearable pain, and soon faint. Hours, or even days later, the victims are discovered, their bodies crushed as the result of large amounts of merchandise being piled onto them.

Attempts to discover the identities of the Backstreet Boys has so far yielded little to no information. There have been groups of male adolescents who have spoken with great authority on the subject, but as of yet, their statements that the Backstreet Boys are "gay" has proved inconclusive. The Backstreet Boys earned their title for their habit of leaving victims in the aforementioned "Backstreets" of various cities, and even the most hardened members of the Backstreets live in fear of the notorious group.

Discography[edit | edit source]

Another habit of the Backstreet Boys is their release of their "albums" every few years. These albums contain images of the bodies of their victims, and occasionally include handwritten messages by the killers themselves (their most notorious album, the "Millennium" Album, showed an image of one of their victims with two CD cases embedded in her skull and her arms wrapped around her rib cage to the point where they are crushed, with the message 'I Want It That Way'). Their albums took an even more violent turn with the appearance of the "Black and Blue" album, which showed some of the victims suffering from large quantities of charred skin and others having died of hypothermia. Apparently, they are immensely popular in India.

After the Black and Blue Album, the Backstreet Boys' rampage suddenly came to a screeching halt, many suspected with relief that their reign of terror had ended entirely, but in 2005, another album appeared, this one titled "Never Gone", obviously referencing the public's belief that their murders had stopped. Their next album, "Unbreakable" was found in 2007, and showed their victims' limbs in unnatural positions and angle, sometimes with the bones jutting out. There have been rumors of an upcoming album, slated to be their worst one yet, but as these rumors were unconfirmed, until 2009, when they returned with their infamous album, "This Is Us". It only sold well in Germany.

In 2022, they released their first Christmas album, their first work in 3 years. Their voices now sound much older and doesn't have any images of murder victims, and instead featured pictures of the members and their family.

Similarities to *NSYNC[edit | edit source]

Several Criminal Investigators have speculated that Backstreet Boys are in fact the same group as the serial killer group *NSYNC. This idea has been supported on the basis that their MOs are remarkably similar. This idea has been discredited, however, as critics have pointed out that no *NSYNC Victims have been reported since 2002, and there is near-universal agreement that one of the members of NSYNC now works on his own as the notorious "Timberlake Killer", who first began his killing spree in late 2002, when the body of a college girl was discovered at Camp Timberlake, apparently killed from a series of rocks thrown at her body.