Serial Killers: Profiling the Criminal Mind (1994)
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As part of this collection of A&E Television's spotlight on serial killers, ex-FBI Agent John Douglas (who developed criminal profiling) takes us into the psyches of the 20th century's most infamous murderers: Wayne Williams, Charles Manson, John Wayne Gacy and Jeffrey Dahmer. Using archival photos and interviews, along with clips of the victims' families in court, these reports attempt to unlock the secrets of a killer's mind.
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This televised program is out of print, I believe, but its first part is worth the effort of seeking out. It goes in depth on the innovative method used to track some unpopular serial killers; a method which was never intended to do anything to serial killers' cases other than supplement them, and now it's practically a mandatory investigation tool due to its logic. The entire episode is structured in a hands-on approach where you witness the criminology working miracles on tracking down the serial killers, and it's ever intriguing seeing investigators piecing together evidence in real time.
Part 1: 10/10
Part 2: 6/10
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