The idea of the wandering murderer, leaving a trail of mutilated bodies in his wake, has long fascinated followers of true crime. By charting the geography of the killer's actions, Mapping the Trail of a Serial Killer takes an innovative approach to exploring the killing sprees of more than 40 mass murderers from the early 20th century right up to the present day. With specially commissioned maps pinpointing each killer's actions, Mapping the Trail of a Serial Killer reveals patterns of behavior and enables the reader to understand some of the thinking of the minds of men like Ted Bundy, David Berkowitz, and Andrei Chikatilo.
Mapping the Trail of a Serial Killer: How The World's Most Infamous Murderers Were Tracked Down (English Edition) Kindle电子书
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Interesting, but factually incorrect2010年11月28日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Pretty good compilation of a variety of both well-known as well as obscure serial killers, their crimes, their captures, and sentences. I was disappointed in the lack of fact checking, however. The author states that Ted Bundy was a WSU student and murdered his first victims in Pullman,Wa. Totally, patently untrue. With all the Bundy books and articles, the author should have pulled it together that Bundy was a Husky...a graduate of UW in Seattle, and an (almost) lifelong Seattlelite. Duh! ....