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Talking with Serial Killers: The Most Evil People in the World Tell Their Own Stories

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  • Posted September 15, 2011

    great detailed stories but.....

    I think a lot of the authors statements are inaccurate! If they didn't happen so frequently, I'd be obliged to see it as human error, but because of the continuous inconsistencies, I begin to lean in the direction that this author hasn't done enough research, and is also probably trying to fabricate certain details in order to enhance his story by fabricating glamorous details! One minor example is when he's discussing the criminal justice system and about how easy they are to incarcerate people for small offenses. He uses DWI's as an example, unfortunately he defines for the reader that a DWI stands for Driving Without Insurance! He also discusses a case where a Williamson County Sheriff discovers a body, and proceeds back to his office in Denton Texas! A Williamson County Sheriff will probably have his office in Williamson County, or in Austin which is right next door to Williamson County, not Denton, which is North of Dallas, at least 400 miles away! Because of the inaccuracies, I told myself that i need to take his research with a grain of salt. I wouldn't consider this as a reliable reference into the lives of serial killers and the crimes the committed....

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