... of serial homicide, 4 fantasizing about murder, 11–12 global rise of serial homicide, 32-37 homicides vs. serial killings, ... 160 Projection of psychopaths, 245 Promise (unrequested), warning sign, 368–69 Prostitute serial killers, ...
Author: Peter Vronsky
Category: True Crime
A comprehensive examination into the frightening true crime history of serial homicide—including information on America’s most prolific serial killers such as: Ted Bundy • “Co-ed Killer” Ed Kemper • The BTK Killer • “Highway Stalker” Henry Lee Lucas • Monte Ralph Rissell • “Shoe Fetish Slayer” Jerry Brudos • “Night Stalker” Richard Ramirez • “Unabomber” Ted Kaczynski • Ed Gein “The Butcher of Plainfield” • “Killer Clown” John Wayne Gacy • Andrew Cunanan • And more... In this unique book, Peter Vronsky documents the psychological, investigative, and cultural aspects of serial murder, beginning with its first recorded instance in Ancient Rome through fifteenth-century France on to such notorious contemporary cases as cannibal/necrophile Ed Kemper, the BTK killer, Henry Lee Lucas, Monte Ralph Rissell, Jerry Brudos, Richard Ramirez, “Unabomber” Ted Kaczynski, Ed Gein, John Wayne Gacy, Ted Bundy, and the emergence of what he classifies as the “serial rampage killer” such as Andrew Cunanan, who murdered fashion designer Gianni Versace. Vronsky not only offers sound theories on what makes a serial killer but also makes concrete suggestions on how to survive an encounter with one—from recognizing verbal warning signs to physical confrontational resistance. Exhaustively researched with transcripts of interviews with killers, and featuring up-to-date information on the apprehension and conviction of the Green River killer and the Beltway Snipers, Vronsky’s one-of-a-kind book covers every conceivable aspect of an endlessly riveting true crime phenomenon. INCLUDES PHOTOGRAPHS
Known as the 'Grim Sleeper', Franklin killed most of his victims by choking them, and then disposed of their naked bodies in alleys and trash bins.
Author: Rj Parker
Known as the 'Grim Sleeper', Franklin killed most of his victims by choking them, and then disposed of their naked bodies in alleys and trash bins. He was convicted in 2016 for 10 murders but is suspected to have killed 30 plus. Michael McGray drifted from town to town throughout Canada and the US where he left bodies in his wake. Even being convicted and sent to prison didn't stop him from killing. Serial Killer, Allan Legere was finally captured, convicted, and put away in prison for life. A New Brunswick community could finally breathe again. Until the day the cold-blooded killer escaped prison and rained terror upon anyone and everyone in his way. The Pig Farmer from British Columbia, Canada, known as the 'Butcher', slaughterer at least 49 women on his property and grounded their remains into mince meat. Some of which he sold to local restaurants. Anthony Sowell was a sexual deviant who lured his victims into his home with the promise of drugs and alcohol. There he raped, tortured, and strangled almost a dozen women, and, lived among their rotting corpses. One of America's first serial killer was Felipe Espinosa who, during the summer of 1863, went on a vicious killing spree. Many of his 30 victims were killed the same way: mutilated with their hearts hacked out of their chests.
Retrieved from www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1323900/jack-the-ripper-news-serial-killer-crime-london-real-murderer-note-history-tv- ... Ever wonder how some of America's most notorious serial killers evaded capture for as long as they did?
Author: Enzo Yaksic
Category: Social Science
Killer Data examines the phenomenon of serial murder using data collected from international sources to review offender patterning with a focus on contemporary cases. This type of attention will allow for a broader understanding of modern-day serial murderers and will help to dispel some of the myths that surround offenders. The current serial murder classification scheme incorrectly types serial murderers as supremely intelligent killing machines while discounting their socialization, experiences, and choices. This book exposes serial murderers as run-of-the-mill hometown losers, who brutalize women, and are lucky to escape apprehension. Like other atypical homicide offenders, modern-day serial murderers are propelled forward by a deep sense of entitlement, easy access to firearms, and a nonchalant attitude toward using murder to attain their goals. Readers should come away with a deeper understanding not of the ultra-rare or the "deadliest" serial murderers but of the more common offenders who pose a consistent threat to day-to-day life. The book utilizes the Consolidated Serial Homicide Offender Database, one of the largest and most robust open access databases of multiple murders available, presenting new thinking on areas such as: myths and stereotypes the impact of entertainment on the perception of serial murder inaccurate prevalence estimates spree/serial hybrid offenders the classification of two and three victim serial murderers how serial murderers pursue longevity the characteristics of aspiring serial murderers whether hit men and gang members are serial murderers if and why serial murder is in a state of decline how many serial murderers are responsible for the homicides that sent innocent people to prison luck as a factor of “success” for serial murderers. These findings are illustrated with 200 narrative vignettes of serial murder series that occurred between 2011 and 2021, such as Itzcoatl Ocampo, Charles Severance, Nikko Jenkins, and Pamela Hupp, offenders who may be unfamiliar to many but represent the next iteration of the serial murderer. Correcting decades of flawed assumptions about serial murderers, and written in an accessible and concise style, Killer Data is essential reading for students and scholars of criminal justice and criminology, law enforcement professionals, and the interested general reader.
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Author: Sarah E. Fanning
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Social Science
This book explores the representation of real-life serial murders as adapted for the screen and popular culture. Bringing together a selection of essays from international scholars, Serial Killing on Screen: Adaptation, True Crime and Popular Culture examines the ways in which the screen has become a crucial site through which the most troubling of real-life crimes are represented, (re)constructed and made accessible to the public. Situated at the nexus of film and screen studies, theatre studies, cultural studies, criminology and sociology, this interdisciplinary collection raises questions about, and implications for, thinking about the adaptation and representation of true crime in popular culture, and the ideologies at stake in such narratives. It discusses the ways in which the adaptation of real-life serial murder intersects with other markers of cultural identity (gender, race, class, disability), as well as aspects of criminology (offenders, victims, policing, and profiling) and psychology (psychopathy, sociopathy, and paraphilia). This collection is unique in its combined focus on the adaptation of crimes committed by real-life criminal figures who have gained international notoriety for their plural offences, including, for example, Ted Bundy, Ian Brady and Myra Hindley, Aileen Wuornos, Jack the Ripper, and the Zodiac, and for situating the tales of these crimes and their victims’ stories within the field of adaptation studies.
Author: Bonnie M. Rippo Psy. D.Publish On: 2007-02-13
An Investigation into the Macabre <br>Id-Entity of the Serial Killer Bonnie M. Rippo Psy. D. SocialEvils. (August 29, 2003). Retrieved October 2, 2003, http:// crimelibrary.com/serialkillers/notorious/tick/evils12/html?sect.= 19.
Author: Bonnie M. Rippo Psy. D.
Category: True Crime
In the pages of The Professional Serial Killer and the Career of Ted Bundy, you will find yourself eerily intrigued as the serial killer introduces himself to you. Say hello to your neighbor, partner, son, or daughter-whose dual identity now includes the facade of Politician, Clergyman, Lawyer, Contractor, or Compliance Officer. Your imagination will spark as you slowly but gradually become enamored to the serial killer's ingenuity, as an entrepreneur in the art of murder. Now that you are chillingly mesmerized by his charm, the serial killer takes great pleasure in his sting operation. Thrilled as he passionately and addictively perfects his art, the killer creatively refines his ruse for capturing his victims. In order to inflict the highest level of horror and pain each scene is designed to give the killer an ultimate high of sadistic pleasure. As you reel back and forth, from the disdain you feel for the killer, a sudden and unsuspecting sinking feeling erupts through your very being. The sensation that this is not a horror movie, illuminates your mind, and grasps your fascination with the question: How did this happen? A more intriguing question may be: When did this start? You may want to ask three-year old Ted Bundy.
Serial. Killer. #4: The. Milwaukee. Cannibal. -. Jeffrey. Dahmer. Jeffrey Lionel Dahmer, also known as the Milwaukee Cannibal, raped, murdered, and dismembered 17 men and boys between 1978 and 1991. Killing his first victim at the age ...
Author: J.D. Rockefeller
Publisher: J.D. Rockefeller
Category: True Crime
As a society, most of us find these people to be repulsive and scary, but at the same time their lives, their beliefs and thoughts, and the way they torture and kill their victims fascinates many of us and none of us are usually able to ignore them. In this e-book we will take a look at America’s worst serial killers and find out a little about their background, how they tortured and killed their victims, and how they were arrested and sentenced.
Zhou Kehua (February 6, 1970 – August 14, 2012) was a notorious serial killer in China between 2005 and 2012, killing at least 10 people. He had been a mercenary soldier in Burma and was discharged in 2004.
Author: Susan Hall
Publisher: WildBlue Press
Category: True Crime
The 4th volume of this comprehensive work features hundreds of serial killers from Sacramento to Soviet Russia—plus numerous unsolved cases. The World Encyclopedia of Serial Killers is the most complete reference guide on the subject, featuring more than 1,600 entries about the lives and crimes of serial killers from around the world. Defined by the FBI as a person who murders three or more people with a hiatus of weeks or months between murders, the serial killer has presented unique and terrifying challenges to have walked among us since the dawn of time—a fact this extensive record makes chillingly clear. The series concludes with Volume Four, T-Z. Entries include the Terminator Anatoly Yuriyovych Onoprienko; Trailside Killer David Joseph Carpenter; Vampire of Sacramento Richard Trenton Chase; and the Voroshilovgrad Maniac Zaven Almazyan; plus the unsolved cases of the Adelaide Child Murders; the Axeman of New Orleans; the Chillicothe Killer; the Dead Women of Juarez; the Korea Frog Boy Murders; and the Volga Maniac.
Author: Agnieszka DaniszewskaPublish On: 2016-08-30
4. Case. Studies. of. Famous. Serial. Killers. 4.1. The. Visionary. Herbert Mullin was born in 1949 in Santa Cruz in California. He grew up in a stable and nurturing family although his Catholic upbringing was considered by many to be ...
Author: Agnieszka Daniszewska
Category: Social Science
This Brief provides an overview and history of the definition of serial homicide, from the perspectives of psychology, medicine, criminology and forensics. It reviews research to provide a standard definition of serial homicide (as opposed to multiple or mass homicide), and provide insights on profiles of victims and offenders for police practitioners. It also includes a discussion of the media approach to covering serial homicide. The Brief is divided into four major sections covering: definitions and overview of serial homicide, profiling perpetrators according to different typologies, profiling victims, applied case studies, and recommendations for investigation and prevention. The author’s approach is aimed primarily at researchers in police studies, but will be of interest to researchers in related fields such as criminal justice, sociology, psychology, and public policy.
Journal of Family Violence, 13(4), 417–432. Kilts, C. D., Gross, R. E., Ely, ... The value of the polygraph technique in a serial murder investigation. ... Comrade Chikatilo: The Psychopathology of RussiaLs Notorious Serial Killer.
Author: Frederick Toates
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Why do some people engage in serial killing for sexual pleasure? This book considers the phenomenon of sexual serial killing from the perspective of motivation theory, as advanced in psychology and neuroscience. By examining biological, psychological and social determinants, it develops a model of sexual killing that integrates widely dispersed existing literature. The first part of the book reviews scientific data and theories, while the second part presents biographical sketches of 80 sexual killers and links their early development and later killing to current theoretical understanding. The book examines cases of serial killers from the USA, Western Europe, Iran, Australia and South Africa, and it also includes an account of killers from the USSR, made available to non-Russian speakers for the first time. Deliberately written to avoid jargon, Understanding Sexual Serial Killing is accessible to students, scholars and professionals across psychology, sociology, forensic science and law.
The Global Dimensions of Serial Murder Dirk C. Gibson ... 94 most notorious 131 most prolific 101, 102 most prolific Polish 70 random 77 surveyed 176 uncaught 84 worst 70 worst Polish 70 Serial killers Iqbal 154 Serial killers love 170 ...
Author: Dirk C. Gibson
Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers
Category: True Crime
Serial Killers Around the World: The Global Dimensions of Serial Murder compiles serial murder case studies from several countries - from Australia to Great Britain, and from Japan to Pakistan. The author has covered accounts on a wide array of serial killers including some well known felons namely Jack the Ripper, The Butcher of Mons, Martin & Marie Dumollard, as well as some of the lesser known serial slayers such as Daisy DeMelker, Yoshio Kodaira, Javed Iqbal and many more. The book highlights six dimensions of each case: the killer(s), the serial murders, other crimes, communication, the investigation and trial and punishment of the accused. Readers, both general and aspiring criminologists alike, will find Serial Killers Around the World an interesting resource for critical information on serial murders committed in nations around the world.