Interviews With American Serial Killers – Paul Harrison on Tuesday 27th November 2018
Several stories of some of the US’s worst serial killers in their own words. Each one tells a different shocking story. These are the facts behind their upbringings, lives and killings. There’s a common belief that all serial killers are alike, possessing similar traits and domestic antecedents. How true is this?
Paul Harrison has interacted with many of the United States worst killers, researched, analysed and assessed their background and actions against their British counterparts. In this talk, you will hear an overview of many serial killers as well more in-depth analysis of three cases: The Eyeball Killer. The life and crimes of The Broomstick Killer and The Sunday Morning Slasher.
Each killer discusses their lives and crimes which is carefully who retold with many fresh details and facts you’ve never heard before. One by one, the myths and mystery surrounding serial killers is unravelled, their sins laid open, their minds exposed, allowing us a unique insight into the evil that lies beneath.
Paul is a retired police officer, who is regarded as an expert on serial killer profiling. One of the first British policemen to work closely with the FBI Behavioural Science Unit in Quantico, Virginia, he has interacted with some of the world’s most violent offenders and killers in an attempt to gain an invaluable insight into their psyche.
As a consultant on the subject, he regularly works with; authors, and film and television production companies. He is the author of 34 books, mainly true crime. He has recently published his first crime fiction novel, Revenge of The Malakim, book one of the Grooming Parlour trilogy.
These talks are NOT academic or scientific lectures, they are stories and anecdotes that are detailed and factual broadening our horizons and understanding of what creates real life monsters.
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