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Serial killers were usually abused as children by s... ... middle of paper ... ...compares serial killers to black holes. They have a hole inside them that must be filled, and they fill that void by killing. Most people can’t understand what leads someone to kill, how they feel no mercy towards their victims. It’s a subject that repulses us, yet enthrals and intrigues us at the same time. Works Cited Brogaard, Berit, and Kristian Marlow.
If this continues, America will be a bigger and bigger target for killers all around the world. In view of this, early trauma as a child causes humans to grow up with a sense of anger in them. What defines a serial killer? “The definition of a serial killer is traditionally defined as a person who has murdered three or more people over a period of more than a month, with down time (a cooling off period) between the murders. The motivation for killing is usually based on psychological gratification” (Gerdes).
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