Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Forensic Psychology Podcast: The history of serial killers

Fascinating podcast featuring author and forensic psychology lecturer Katherine Ramsland talking about the history of serial killers. Among the issues discussed is the myth that serial killers are a product of the modern age and the misconception that serial killers neatly fit the profile of white male loner.

Click Here to listen to this great forensic psychology podcast.

If you would like to learn more about this fascinating topic area, get hold of Katherine Ramsland's latest book.

The Human Predator: A Historical Chronicle of Serial Murder and Forensic Investigation

Book Description

From ancient Rome through the Dark Ages to the burgeoning West to the open highways of urban America, from the unconscionable exploits of French religious zealot Gilles de Rais to such all-American monsters as Jeffrey Dahmer and Aileen Wournos, Katherine Ramsland makes an eye-opening case for the existence of serial killers throughout time, and offers a complete chronological record of the serial-killer phenomenon-as well as the parallel development of psychology, forensic science, and FBI profiling in the serial killer's evolving manifestation throughout human history.

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A Free & Comprehensive Guide to The World of Forensic Psychology

1 comment:

HELP said...

Hi David,

Really like your site, I am tempted to take on the MSc in Forensic Psychology next year through distance education with Leicester University UK, I am from Ireland and little on offer here. Great site Well done if you happen to know of the above Course I would appreciate any insight you have.