When we hear the term “serial killer”, the image of an evil genius is the first thing that comes into our minds. Well, actually, it isn’t very accurate image.
The shocking truth is that serial killers are invisible in the crowd. They are walking among us and it’s incredibly hard to spot them. For example, Ted Bundy blended into the society so well that he became the last person you would think of as a killer.
Some serial killers, such as the infamous Jack the Ripper or the Zodiac Killer had taunted the authorities, making a fools of them for not being able to capture them.
Many serial killers enjoyed communicating with the media, victims’ families, and their own fans, also known as serial killer groupies, discussing their crimes or even denying their guilt.
The first issue of True Crime Magazine covers 10 chilling letters written by serial killers, such as Ted Bundy, David Berkowitz, and Dennis Rader.
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