Uncovers the ties between war crimes and post-war identity through the case of alleged Nazi criminal John Demjanjuk or "Ivan the Terrible."
Exposes the psychology behind false confessions and psychopathy via the story of serial killer Henry Lee Lucas.
Highlights the link between sexual charisma, manipulative psychopathy, and serial killer associated with the infamous serial killer Theodore Bundy.
Offers insights into the psyche of Scottish serial killer Dennis Nilsen from his own confessions recorded in jail audio-tapes.
Sheds light on how dissociative identity disorder (DID) intersects with criminal behavior in the case of "The Campus Rapist" Billy Milligan.
Explores the Britain-Japan cultural disparities in crime exploration and victim experiences in the case of Japanese-Korean serial killer Joji Obara.
Showcases how detective work falls back on the psychological aspects of various crimes and the state of mental health in serial offenders, including serial killers.
Delves into psychopathy and murderous rampage of Jeffrey Dahmer, who brutally killed, dismembered, and consumed 17 males in 1978-91 in Wisconsin.
Highlights the interplay between psychopathology and criminal deeds in the murders of "Killer Clown" John Wayne Gacy.
Chronicles four real-life stories about "serial killer" roommates with malevolent and violent intentions across the globe.