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Brazil Arrests One of World’s Most Active Serial Killers

A serial killer who has confessed to his crimes was arrested in Brazil this past week, and the number of people he is believed to have murdered makes him one of the most active of such criminals in modern history. … Continue reading

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Vigilante Detective Emily Stone is Blog Hopping with Some Awesome Authors

I heard from a very reliable source that Emily Stone is calling in for some serious back up – for the first time ever.  She is going to be blog hopping with some amazing mystery and thriller authors.  It’s ten … Continue reading

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THRILLER SERIES REVEAL: Emily Stone Live-Action Film Short

Vigilante detective Emily Stone hunts serial killers and child abductors, covertly and under the law enforcement radar. She uses her fine-tuned skills of criminal profiling and forensic perceptiveness to locate predators that cops cannot or will not find. Those she … Continue reading

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Guilt and Text Messages Lead to a Confession after Seventeen Years

I often focus my writing on individuals show no remorse for the violent acts they have committed and go to great lengths to avoid being captured by authorities. A story out of Arizona this week looks at a very different … Continue reading

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Losing Yourself in the Evil

When I sit down to write a novel, one of my primary goals is to get inside the minds of my characters. With my background in criminal and forensic psychology, I hope to place my readers within the internal dialogue … Continue reading

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The Disturbing Movies that Use Psychology to Create Fear

As the weather begins to turn cooler and the official start of autumn has begun, maybe you are thinking about curling up on the couch with a scary movie as darkness falls. For me, the most frightening movies are not … Continue reading

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Discovering the Background of a Child Killer

Whenever we see a news story about an act of violence against a child, one of our first thoughts is to wonder what could be going on inside the mind of a person who would harm one of the most … Continue reading

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