According to the American Heritage dictionary, a serial killer is "a person who attacks and kills victims one by one in a series of incidents." Often, people don't take a deep look into what a serial killer is or does, and why America is struggling with so many of these offenders. If people looked at types of serial killers, their motives, and their victims, everyone could create shared meaning of the exact definition of a serial killer.
In this audiobook, I examine quite a few serial killers and what I refer to as "fledgling serial killers," in order to give the listener a bird's eye view into the killer's past, which most vary in some way or another, to possibly understand why these men and women become the monsters they do. Will we ever really understand the serial killer? Now that, my friends, is a question for the ages.
Would you consider the audio edition of Hoosier Horrors to be better than the print version?
oh yes, it was written to be heard, sort of performancy
What other book might you compare Hoosier Horrors to and why?
some book by anne rule, i guess
What about Korbid Thompson’s performance did you like?
he sounds like a serial killer
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
don't go to indiana
Any additional comments?
great book, kept my interest, listened to it three times already
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