Psychopedia: The Wikipedia Serial Killer Files by Blackhous

Psychopedia: The Wikipedia Serial Killer Files


Kobo ebook | April 22, 2014

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For those looking to delve into the sick and psychotic minds of serial killers, Psychopedia is an extensive encyclopaedia of serial killers and murders. A popular Apple iTunes app from inception, this title is now available in eBook format.
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From the Axeman of New Orleans to the Zodiac Killer, this publication presents readers with a compendium of the world's most prolific and notorious serial killers and the most captivating unsolved serial murder cases. The articles are written from an objective factual approach and make no attempt to glorify the murderers. With over 400 profiles spanning hundreds of pages it is a useful guide for students of criminology, sociology, or abnormal psychology.
The content is derived from Wikipedia articles and most entries contain extensive details of the killer's early life, crimes, capture, and conviction. Genre screenwriters, novelists, fans of true crime literature and anyone with an interest in the macabre will find plenty of fascinating and grisly details of the world's most infamous and intriguing killers, and their horrendous crimes. All gruesome details can be discovered within its pages.

Title:Psychopedia: The Wikipedia Serial Killer FilesFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:April 22, 2014Publisher:Blackhous ApplicationsLanguage:English

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