Serial Killers: The Biographies of the Most Notorious Murderers (inside the minds and methods of psychopaths, sociopaths and torturers (Paperback)

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Serial killers are the scariest people on earth, and some of the most fascinating people in history.


They are cunning, clever and have a thirst for blood that cannot be quenched. But they are also fascinating - their minds work in ways we will never understand. This book is an exploration of serial killers from Jack the Ripper to Ted Bundy, with detailed accounts of how each killer committed his crimes and what made him tick. It is not just about murder but about who these men were as human beings-and why they did what they did.


Serial killers are also some of the most notorious, and many have been studied for decades by criminologists and psychologists alike. This book is an exploration into serial killers' minds, methods, motivations, and some psychology. It is a look at what makes them tick - how they think, why they do it - as well as their victims.


This book features the biographies of:


  1. Rodney Alcala
  2. Ted Bundy
  3. Dean Corll
  4. Jeffrey Dahmer
  5. Albert Fish
  6. John Wayne Gacy
  7. Donald Henry Gaskins
  8. Ed Gein
  9. H.H. Holmes
  10. Theodore Kaczynski
  11. Edmund Kemper
  12. Richard Ramirez
  13. David Berkowitz
  14. Aileen Wuornos
  15. John George Haigh


You will learn about these murderers' childhoods, their crimes and capture details; you'll find out where they were caught or killed; you'll hear about their lives behind bars (if they're still alive); you'll read excerpts from letters written by these criminals themselves; you'll see photos that show just how terrifyingly ordinary looking these monsters can be...and much more There is no better way to understand serial killers than reading this comprehensive examination of one hundred years' worth of murder cases. And if there is anything we know for sure after all our research? These guys are never boring


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Product Details
ISBN: 9789492916853
ISBN-10: 9492916851
Publisher: Law Justice Order Press
Publication Date: July 31st, 2021
Pages: 150
Language: English