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My Life Among the Serial Killers Helen Morrison

My Life Among the Serial Killers By Helen Morrison

My Life Among the Serial Killers by Helen Morrison

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A disturbing look into the minds of twenty--one murderers, as well as one doctora s harrowing account of getting to know them, My Life Among Serial Killers is part scientific case study, part personal account. Combining medical insight with her own chilling anecdotes, Dr.

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My Life Among the Serial Killers by Helen Morrison

Helen Morrison produces controversial theories as to why people commit multiple murders, having interviewed some of the most notorious killers in the world. Are serial killers born? Does child abuse really play a part in the formation of a killera s psyche? Are serial killers neurologically different from the rest of humanity? Helen Morrison provides her opinions on these and many other questions in her detailed portrayal of the 21 murderers featured in the book.

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!sensational stuff! (Saga Magazine, June 2004) !the undeniable fascination these figures exert hold one's interest! (Fortean Times, January 2005)

About Helen Morrison

Helen Morrison, M.D., is certified by the Board of Psychiatry ahd Neurology for general psychiatry as well as child and adolescent psychiatry. She is also a certified forensic psychiatrist. She is the editor or coauthor of four academic books, as well as the author or coauthor of more than 125 published articles in her field. Dr. Morrison has worked with both national and international law enforcement, and has made presentations in more than fifteen countries. She lives in Chicago with her husband and children. Harold Goldberg has written for the New York Times Book Review, Vanity Fair and Entertainment Weekly. He lives in New York City.

Table of Contents

Author's Note. Introduction. ONE: Baby--Faced Richard Macek. TWO: Dangerous Terrain: Hypnotizing a Serial Killer. THREE: Breaking Through Macek's Mind. FOUR: Ed Gein and the History of Serial Killers. FIVE: John Wayne Gacy. SIX: The Gacy Interviews. SEVEN: Taking the Stand at the Gacy Trial. EIGHT: The Yorkshire Ripper and Wayne Williams. NINE: Bobby Joe Long's Letters and Dreams. TEN: Serial Killers and Their Families. ELEVEN: The Sadism of Robert Berdella. TWELVE: The Trigger: Michael Lee Lockhart. THIRTEEN: Rosemary West and Partners in Serial Crime. FOURTEEN: The International Phenomenon: Child Killer in Rio. FIFTEEN: DNA and the Green River Killer. EPILOGUE: Where Do We Go from Here? Acknowledgments.

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My Life Among the Serial Killers by Helen Morrison
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