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Serpentine by Thomas Thompson

Serpentine by Thomas Thompson

With compelling style and suspense this true-crime book reconstructs the bizarre, bloody journey of a mesmerizing but sinister young man named Charles Sobhraj. 369 more words

Doing Time for Serious Crime

You are not Bad

waiting to be

Evil,

but Evil

waiting to be

Free

You have made

a deal with

the Devil

and it consumes…

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COAL RIVER TRUE CRIME: FIVE OF A KIND


CASE 10: FIVE OF A KIND

The barque Swanhilda elbowed through a crowded Newcastle harbour in the wake of two muscular, iron hulled steamers transporting chancers to the gold rush towns of West Australia. 4,664 more words

Coal River True Crime

Zodiac

Steve Hodel and his investigation into the Zodiac Killer is fascinating.  Received his response today (March 24, 2017) in regards to Cult of Personality.

I will look into the movements of GHH’s accomplice but it doesn’t look like GHH could be The Phantom Killer but the similarities are quite odd.

Crime

Mental Illness & Serial Killers

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/blame-the-amygdala/201304/what-would-we-find-wrong-in-the-brain-serial-killer

The article above talks about what goes wrong in the brain of a serial killer. It shows the abnormalities in many parts of the brain compared to “normal” people. 37 more words

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Why so many serial killers?

 

“If every age gets the lunatics it deserves, then our age of anxiety deserves those who are in the grip of a compulsion.” Can’t Just Stop: An Investigation of Compulsions by Sharon Begley (Simon & Schuster, February 2017) hypothesizes that “compulsions are a response to anxiety, and modern life is filled with overwhelming anxiety.” Compulsions offer us an illusion of control in a world gone mad. 572 more words

Serial Killers

Okay, let’s be honest with each other. I am obsessed with reading about serial killers. Shows, books, websites…anything about serial killers makes me happy. Yeah, that makes me weird. 77 more words