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In reality, those rare few cases with good forensic evidence are the ones that make it to court. ---->>>

The one noticeable similarity with almost all serial killer victims is their short height and low weight. ---->>>

Police are reluctant to label a murder as a possible serial homicide. ---->>>

Serial killing is not about sex at all, but about power and control and revenge on society. ---->>>

Telling the community a serial killer is out there stirs up a lot of unpleasant attention. ---->>>

There are many more serial killers living outside the prison walls than inside. ---->>>

Often, a serial killer has no felony record. ---->>>

All serial killers want to win. They choose victims they can kill successfully. ---->>>

Evidence can vary depending on the circumstances, the weather, and how long it has been hanging around. ---->>>

The accepted definition of a serial killer is a person who kills at least three times with a cooling off period in between his murders. ---->>>

We assume people we know can't be serial killers. ---->>>

Outside of dumb luck, the number one way serial killers are caught is through the help of the public. ---->>>

Serial killers kill for the power and control they experience during the murders and for the added ego boost they get in the aftermath from community fears, media coverage, and the police investigations. ---->>>

While there are many wonderful police investigators out there doing some very fine work, the majority of the time it is not brains that catches serial killers. ---->>>

While we are being fascinated by the tales of famous serial killers and how they were brought to justice, the real serial killer goes about his business with hardly a thought to being caught. ---->>>

There are two kinds of serial killers as far as the victim is concerned: the kind that you don't see before they pounce on you and the kind you see and don't expect to pounce on you. ---->>>

In reality, serial killers are of average intelligence.

In reality, serial killers are of average intelligence.

Many of the less prolific killers' stories go unheard because they simply don't make good books. ---->>>

What does signature mean? Supposedly these are the added touches that make the crime personal to the killer. ---->>>

Killers can seem smart when you can't figure out who they are. ---->>>

Last but not least among serial killer methodologies, we have women who kill their own children. ---->>>

Often I am asked if there is any such thing as a female serial killer. ---->>>

Since there are only so many ways to kill a person, a good portion of homicides look pretty much alike. ---->>>

The most important issue for the killer is the ability to get a victim easily and successfully. ---->>>

Using MO to link crimes can be problematic. ---->>>

We struggle to understand how any mother could kill her own children. ---->>>

Most well-known serial killers have victims numbering in the dozens, have sent taunting letters to the police or have done bizarre things to the bodies. ---->>>

Nowadays, with much more racial and ethnic mixing, we are seeing serial killers murdering a variety of victims; whoever comes along will most likely do. ---->>>

Without solid connections between homicides, we may have the reverse problem of believing three local murders are the work of one serial killer when they may actually be the work of three! ---->>>

Serial killers are everywhere! Well, perhaps not in our neighborhood, but on our television screens, at the movie theatres, and in rows and rows of books at our local Borders or Barnes and Noble Booksellers. ---->>>


Pat Brown profile (pat-brown.jpg)
Name: Pat Brown
Nationality: American
Born: 1905-04-21
Die: 1996-02-16
Occupation: Entertainer

Edmund Gerald "Pat" Brown Sr. (April 21, 1905 – February 16, 1996) was an American politician and lawyer who served as the 32nd Governor of California from 1959 to 1967. Born in San Francisco, Brown had an early interest in speaking and politics; he earned a law degree in 1927, and subsequently began legal practice (wikipedia)