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  • The psychology of a serial killer

    USA Today - 11/08/2016

    Enzo Yaksic, who runs Northeastern University’s Murder Accountability Project and has built a database on serial killers for use by law enforcement, described that pattern as “incredibly uncommon.”

    “I don’t think I’ve seen that in any other case before,” he said.

    Experts said many serial killers appear so normal they don’t raise suspicions and sometimes cultivate that appearance in what amounts to be dual lives.

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