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Serial Killers (Encyclopedia of 100 Serial Killers) Paperback – Abridged, May 31, 2014
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Serial Killers Abridged is packed full of 100 "short" (abridged) stories of 100 different serial killers! Each story talks about the killer, their life, crimes, victims & outcomes of trials!
Some, we are more familiar with, such as Aileen Wuonos, Jeffery Dalhmer, The Boston Strangler & Gacy. But also included are lesser known about (to me anyway), like a self-proclaimed "witch doctor" from Indonesia or Jack Unterweger, who murdered ppl from all over the world! Plus so many more!!
Another thing I like is there are also references included after many chapters so you can find even more on many of these monsters!
I highly recommend this book not only for those who have been reading True Crime for years, but Especially for those that are just starting out!
What makes them that any, how the mind works and what leads these people to become that way. Many people might frown on reading about serial killers but I think the more we know about how the human mind works the better maybe in the future people will stop and think when rearing their young children and give them more love and care, guidance in schools and in any teaching programme, where young minds
are at their most vulnerable. God bless all the children in the world.
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