The Visual Encyclopedia of Serial Killers

Nigel Blundell Susan Blackhall

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The Visual Encyclopedia of Serial Killers

The Visual Encyclopedia of Serial Killers From Jack the Ripper to Jeffrey Dahmer the serial killer has always had a strange hold over the public s imagination They remain a fascinating enigma how can they carry on apparently normal lives whi

  • Title: The Visual Encyclopedia of Serial Killers
  • Author: Nigel Blundell Susan Blackhall
  • ISBN: 9781856487108
  • Page: 147
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From Jack the Ripper to Jeffrey Dahmer, the serial killer has always had a strange hold over the public s imagination They remain a fascinating enigma how can they carry on apparently normal lives while carrying out acts of the utmost depravity Not always axe wielding madmen, they could be anyone you meet your neighbor, your colleague, or even your partner.

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    1. Laura on said:

      This is a decent comprehensive guide to some of the most notorious serial killers in history. The author dedicates each killer his or her own chapter and, although relatively short, manages to adequately report on the most important aspects of each case. The author manages to cover a brief history of each killer, and the reader begins to notice patterns in some of the cases - such as a traumatic or abusive childhood. The book features snapshots of some of the killers, although no crime scene pho [...]

    2. Meaghan on said:

      Meh. I couldn't finish this. I got as far as Jesse Pomeroy (the book lists the killers alphabetically). As I read I noticed some typos and also some inaccuracies, but none of them serious -- until I got to Jesse, where the account said they found "12 corpses in the rubbish heap" in his basement and he "confessed to torturing to death 27 youngsters." Wrong, wrong, wrong. Jesse killed exactly two people. The most cursory research would have shown that. I don't understand why the authors messed thi [...]

    3. Cassie Lutz on said:

      Yes, I'm sure you all think it is weird to have this on my list. However, for those of you that know me well, you know my obsession with serial killers (Not to be one, just to learn about their psyche). This book covers just about any serial killer you could think about. It gives the basic story without the boring details while including the good stuff!

    4. Shelly Frazer on said:

      I love this book an think it so fascinating and so well out put. it shows on how murderers minds cud work also on how evil they can be. this book is not for the wimpy to read as it has gruesome details in it also.

    5. Rabbit Paint me like one of your 19th century gothic heroines! on said:

      My fiancé owns this. You see why I love her lolEdit: this is a good starting place for research on serial killers.

    6. NaShay Sunderland on said:

      I was really looking forward to reading this book, however there were too many grammar errors. I tried to keep going, but just couldn't. I'm surprised no one caught the mistakes!

    7. Ryan Blanck on said:

      February 27, 2007 -- Rockville High School Library, Vernon, CT -- Sick and horrifying book about serial killers

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