Amy Caroline Brown, 24, from the city of Edmonds in Snohomish County, Washington, responded and the pair agreed to meet. Their date went well and they moved on to the Rodeo Inn in nearby Lynnwood, where the man paid for a room, The Seattle Times reported.
The man and Brown were lying on the bed in the room, when she began asking him repeatedly if he was a serial killer, He told her he was not every time she asked.
Brown allegedly then climbed on top of him and said, “Well, I am a serial killer,” and grabbed a folded pocket knife she had left on a counter earlier.
Brown is accused of stabbing the man in the chest, leaving a 2.5cm to 5cm cut, Lynnwood Police said in a statement.
KTLA5 reported that the man fought off Brown, broke free and left the room and called for help from a pharmacy across the road.
“He stated that the attack was unprovoked and there had not been an altercation between them prior to the incident,” according to the probable cause statement.
Brown was found in the car park of the motel, with the knife in her pocket.
The officers asked Brown about the stabbing, and she replied, “I’m a loon.”
A note she wrote and left in the motel room explained “that she planned to kill again,” police said.
“She was extremely emotionless when she spoke to me about attempting to kill (the victim). At one point throughout the conversation, she was more concerned with missing work the following day than facing the possible consequences of an aggravated assault,” the arresting officer stated.
The woman admitted to the officer who first detained her that said planned to eat the victim’s heart after she killed him, according to the police statement before the court, Q13 Fox reported.
She also said she aspired to become a “serial killer,” and had already written a note to leave on his body explaining her plan to kill again.
Brown’s victim was taken to hospital for treatment for a punctured lung.
Brown, who has a bumper sticker on her car stating: “I’ve got a perfect body. But it’s in the truck and beginning to smell”, was charged with first degree attempted murder. Bail was set at $1 million on Tuesday afternoon local time.