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How to Make a Serial Killer: The Twisted Development of Innocent Children into the World's Most Sadistic Murderers download epub

by Steven Morris,Christopher Berry-Dee


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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Ships from and sold by books-fyi. Interesting book for those interested in why serial killers do what they do. It goes through the childhood and into the formal years of these people (about 10) and examines their childhood, murders, and why they did it.

They were born into this world as innocent children. They ended up as merciless killing machines

They were born into this world as innocent children. They ended up as merciless killing machines. How to Make a Serial Killer leads you on an insightful, scary, and ultimately disturbing investigation into what made these infamous murderers go bad. Following the biographies and killing spr THE LOST CHILDHOODS, HORRIFIC CRIMES AND DEMENTED MINDS OF THOSE WHO KILL WITHOUT REMORSE. They were born into this world as innocent children. They ended up as merciless killing machines

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Country of Publication. Biographies & Autobiographies. How to Make a Serial Killer" leads you on an insightful, scary, and ultimately disturbing investigation into what made these infamous murderers go bad. Following the biographies and killing sprees of Jeffrey Dahmer, John Wayne Gacy, Washington .

A book to accompany the series, How to Make a Serial Killer . Christopher Berry-Dee; Steven Morris (10 May 2008). How to Make a Serial Killer: The Twisted Development of Innocent Children Into the World's Most Sadistic Murderers. pp. 14–. ISBN 978-1-56975-943-1.

A book to accompany the series, How to Make a Serial Killer: The Twisted Development of Innocent Children, has been written by Christopher Berry-Dee and Steven Morris. In 2013 TwoFour Productions sold the fifth series of Born to Kill? in Canada, the United States and Latin America.

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An investigation into the sources of criminal behavior in such figures as Jeffrey Dahmer, John Wayne Gacy, and the Washington, D.C., snipers explores their violent and abusive upbringing, in an account that also explains how psychological profiling has the potential for identifying serial killers before they become criminals. Original.

Comments: (7)

Nafyn
The authors spend each chapter focusing on a serial killer, making an effort to determine what factors made them psychopaths. They were fairly good about including a variety of serial killers--not all of the examples were the standard lust killers. They even included a woman, which not all authors bother to do. However, I would have liked more depth from this book, particularly when it came to the killers' motives. I also felt that the authors did relatively little to answer their own question of what causes people to become serial killers. They included charts that compared each example to the FBI's list of factors that predict someone may kill (having a criminal history, alcoholism, domineering father, etc.). But they did little to incorporate that data into the actual text, and they offered no explanation for why some of the killers had few (or none!) of the FBI warning signs. This book is a good overview for beginners, but I was expecting more.
Nuadador
Interesting book for those interested in why serial killers do what they do. It goes through the childhood and into the formal years of these people (about 10) and examines their childhood, murders, and why they did it. I've read another of this guy's books and it too was great. The books are pretty gruesome and shouldn't be read by young adults w/o the parents looking at it first. Based off of interviews with the killers themselves.
Virn
I used this for a paper and it helped me greatly. It talks about the childhood of famous serial killers and how they became who they became. It was super interesting if you're into that kind of thing
Thomand
I thought that the book would be a little more detailed and flowing, but I was wrong. I like true and factual books, but the way this was laid out bored me.
Moronydit
Reading this book is like watching a Maury Povich show. It is so poorly written, naive, sensationalist and just plain sloppy in its amateur presentation of available scientific information, I can't believe it ever found a publisher. (I would give it zero stars, but apparently it must receive at least one in order to post.)
Tuliancel
This book was obviously had disturbing content. It was fascinating in a scary way. I would not have read it if it was not required for the diagnostic course I am taking. I am a Disney, happy ending person so no reflection on the book.
invincible
This book is great, and I love the details of specific serial killers

However, to the seller, the book did come on time, but I wish they had included tracking information for anxious people like myself
I liked the book, it was a very easy read and went by much too quickly. I enjoyed it.. it could have been longer and included even more about the case files than it did. It felt very condensed. It did have many cases I expected to see but much to my suprise a few I did not expect.
a good book, not great, but worth a look :)
How to Make a Serial Killer: The Twisted Development of Innocent Children into the World's Most Sadistic Murderers download epub
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Author: Steven Morris,Christopher Berry-Dee
ISBN: 1569756546
Category: Biographies & Memoris
Subcategory: Specific Groups
Language: English
Publisher: Ulysses Press (May 28, 2008)
Pages: 276 pages