On the 94th anniversary of America’s worst campus slaughter, we can look back and see the same type of angry narcissist who inflicts punitive damage on others today.
A recent decision in a Portugal case reminds us of killing teams made up of women…even girls.
Having authored multiple books about true crime, I compile a list of readable sources for research.
We envision psychopaths as stone-cold people, without remorse, but research indicates they can experience a range of feelings, even love.
We tend to believe that creative minds are rare and elite, but anyone can learn habits that increase their creative output, with potential for a big pay-off.
The recent John Wayne Gacy docuseries is framed around an interview with a former FBI profiler who gained the Killer Clown’s trust and hoped to extract new information.
Some aging serial killers hold the key to solving cold cases. How do we get them to spill?
In rare cases, the demise of a serial killer can seem to be cosmically linked to his earlier terrible acts.
The Netflix series about forger and murderer Mark Hofmann needs one more episode: the FBI profilers’ prison interview.
New findings from exhaustive database show low incidence of madness in mass murder events.