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									  This is a slide show presentation by a student
                   studying forensics.
     The topic is about serial killers. It is very
   Interesting and all of the information is true.
I have heavily edited and deleted the graphic
       and disturbing photos and information.
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                          first.
                Mrs. Bowman
What trait do these men share?
Presentation by Shannon Griffin
What Exactly is a Serial Killer?


A serial killer is not
   the same as a
  mass murderer
 These are the differences between
 a mass murderer and a serial killer.
Mass Murderer: Multiple Victims
               Victims wrong place / time
               Usually single crime scene
               Single Episode
               No specific methodology involved

Serial Killer:   Multiple Victims
                 Victims carefully selected
                 Several crime scenes
                 Several episodes
                 Very specific methodology
Victim List of Subject # 1
        Victim List of Subject # 1
1)    Anna Slesers (55) Died 14th June 1962
2)    Mary Mullen (85) Died 28th June 1962
3)    Nina Nichols (68) Died 30th June 1962
4)    Helen Blake (65) Died 30th June 1962
5)    Ida Irga (75) Died 19th August 1962
6)    Jane Sullivan (67) Died 20th August 1962
7)    Sophie Clark (20) Died 5th December 1962
8)    Patricia Bissette (23) Died 31st December 1962
9)    Mary Brown (69) Died 9th March 1963
10)   Beverley Samans (23) Died 6th May 1963
11)   Evelyn Corbin (58) Died 8th September 1963
12)   Joann Graff (23) Died 23rd November 1963
13)   Mary Sullivan (19) Died 4th January 1964
  Modus Operandi of Subject # 1
 Victims all female
 Age / race not consistent
 Murdered in their own apartments
 No forced entry
 Victims all raped
 Bodies left in obscene positions
 Strangled, usually with their own silk stockings
 Tied stockings in a bow under their chin
 He terrorized Boston for 18 months
Personality # 1, Albert De Salvo
               Born in 1931, Died at 42 in 1973
                      Av height, Lg build
                   Married with 2 children
                    Various employment:
                Army, rubber factory, shipyard,
                         construction
                        Described as:
               loving husband, devoted father,
               mild mannered, decent, neat and
                      well liked by most
Personality # 2, The Boston Strangler
                   The Measurer, The Green Man
                        Various minor crimes
                           Abusive father
                  13 victims as the Boston strangler
                   Rumored 300+ victims as The
                   Measurer and The Green Man
                       Paranoid schizophrenic
                  Cold blooded killer, remorseless
                Outcome
 While in custody for rape and breaking and
   entering, he confessed to also being the
 Boston strangler, and murdering 13 women.
His wife took his two children to her homeland
  of Germany at the urging of his lawyer. He
 was never tried as the Boston strangler, but
was given sentences for his rape and burglary
charges that would ensure he spent the rest of
    his life in custody. Six years into those
    sentences he was stabbed while in the
 infirmary and found dead the next morning.
Victim List of Subject # 2
         Victim List of Subject # 2
1)    Steven Hicks June, 1978
2)    Steven Tuomi Sept, 1987
3)    James Doxtator January, 1988
4)    Richard Guerrero March, 1988
5)    Anthony Sears March, 1989
6)    Edward Smith June, 1990
7)    Raymond Smith July, 1990
8)    Ricky Lee Beeks July, 1990
9)    Ernest Miller Sept., 1990
10)   David Thomas Sept., 1990
11)   Curtis Straughter Feb., 1991
12)   Errol Lindsey April, 1991
13)   Anthony Hughes May 24, 1991
14)   Konerak Sinthasomphone May 27, 1991
15)   Matt Turner June 30, 1991
16)   Jeremiah Weinberger July 5, 1991
17)   Oliver Lacey July 12, 1991
18)   Joseph Bradehoft July 19, 1991
  Modus Operandi of Subject # 2
 Victims all male
 Age / race not consistent
 Murdered in killers home
  Modus Operandi of Subject # 2
 Victims all male
 Age / race not consistent
 Murdered in killers home
 All were homosexual
  Modus Operandi of Subject # 2
 Victims all male
 Age / race not consistent
 Murdered in killers home
 All were homosexual
 Victims all raped
  Modus Operandi of Subject # 2
 Victims all male
 Age / race not consistent
 Murdered in killers home
 All were homosexual
 Victims all raped
 Victims were lured to his home for intimate
 contact
  Modus Operandi of Subject # 2
 Victims all male
 Age / race not consistent
 Murdered in killers home
 All were homosexual
 Victims all raped
 Victims were lured to his home for intimate
  contact
 Once there victims were drugged and
  tortured
  Modus Operandi of Subject # 2
 Victims all male
 Age / race not consistent
 Murdered in killers home
 All were homosexual
 Victims all raped
 Victims were lured to his home for intimate
  contact
 Once there victims were drugged and
  tortured
 Bodies were dismembered
    Modus Operandi of Subject # 2
 Victims all male
 Age / race not consistent
 Murdered in killers home
 All were homosexual
 Victims all raped
 Victims were lured to his home for intimate
  contact
 Once there victims were drugged and tortured
 Bodies were dismembered
 Some body parts were eaten by the killer
Personality # 2, Milwaukee Monster
                Various arrests for assault
               Devoted parents, happy home life
                18 victims confirmed, many
                      more suspected
                Started unusual fascination
                with death as a small child
                  Necrophiliac, cannibal,
               “experimental neurosurgeon”
                    Cold blooded killer,
                       remorseless
                   Outcome
One of his victims escaped and a neighbor called the
police, who believed Dahmers’ story of the boy being
 his lover and released the boy to Dahmers’ custody
  and his death. A final victim was lucky enough to
   escape and this time the police took notice. He
admitted to the murders and detailed his brutality. He
 plead guilty and insane but the jury found him guilty
 and sane, while he was in prison one inmate tried to
slash Dahmers’ throat unsuccessfully, the next attack
    (with an iron bar) was successful in smashing
            Dahmers’ scull and killing him.
Victim List of Subject # 3
           Victim List of Subject # 3
1)   Lonnie Trumbull, 23/6/66         2)    Donna Manson, 12/3/74
3)   Susan Elaine Rancourt, 17/4/74   4)    Kathy Parks, 6/5/74
5)   Brenda Baker, 25/5/74            6)    Brenda Ball, 1/6/74
7)   Georgeann Hawkins, 11/ 6/74      8)    Janice Ott, 14/7/74
9)   Denise Naslund, 14/7/74          10)   Jane Doe, 2/9/74
11) Nancy Wilcox, 2/10/74             12)   Melissa Smith, 10/18/74
13) Laura Aimee, 31/10/74             14)   Debbie Kent, 8/11/74
15) Caryn Campbell, 1/12/75           16)   Julie Cunningham, 15/3/75
17) Denise Oliverson, 4/6/75          18)   Melanie Cooley, 15/4/75
19) Lynette Culver, 5/6/75            20)   Susan Curtis, 28/6/75
21) Shelley Robertson, 1/7/75         22)   Nancy Baird, 4/ 7/75
23) Debbie Smith, ?/2/76              24)   Lisa Levy, 15/1/78
25) Margaret Bowman, 15/1/78          26)   Kimberly Ann Leach, 9/2/78

   Several other victims survived, the actual
               number is unknown
    Modus Operandi of Subject # 3
   All victims were female
   All victims were white and single
   All victims were young (late teens)
   All had long dark hair, parted in the middle and
    looked similar
   Usually abducted and found some time later
   All victims were seen talking to a man wearing a
    cast or sling shortly before their disappearance
   Abducted in the evening
   Severely beaten about the head
   Dumped in woodland
Personality # 1, Ted Bundy
             Born 1946, executed 1989, aged 43
                 Loving (church going) family
                        Married (in jail)
                College graduate, law student,
             politically ambitious, rape counselor.
            Respected and admired by (most) who
                         met him.
               Popular with women, generally
                considered to be a nice guy.
                 Served on crime prevention
                        committees
            Performed community service regularly
Personality # 2, Lady Killer
             Chose victims who looked like
                   his ex girlfriend.
              Crimes spanned four states
              Escaped from jail to resume
                   his killing spree
             Protested his innocence until
             he was sentenced to death,
              when he showed remorse.
                       Outcome
    Bundy managed to escape detection by pure fluke several
   times before finally being caught for attempted kidnapping.
      His previous flukes were due to his reputation as an
   upstanding citizen, and his charm. After he was imprisoned
for kidnapping, while awaiting extradition to face other charges
  he escaped and went on a further killing spree. This time he
   was seen trying to abduct a school girl, a few days later he
 was arrested again and sentenced to death. Hours before his
       execution he gave an interview, where he accepted
 responsibility for his crimes and wished to inform the public of
the encouragement he had from pornographic material, saying
it was an addiction that he constantly needed harder and more
              until he finally acted his fantasies out.
                 In Summary…
This lecture has shown that no one is safe from serial killers,
              however, thankfully they are rare.
          They target either young or old, or both.
          They target men, women, boys and girls.
         They do not have any identifying features.
         They do not look like they are serial killers.
 Quite often they are respected members of the community.
  In the words of Ted Bundy: we are your husbands, your
      fathers, your sons, your mothers, your daughters.
The truth is that we only know people as well as they want us
                         to know them.

								
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