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To me, the most chilling aspect of the modern fascinationwith serial killers is that we seem to be becoming more like them.People who are fascinated by serial killers are fascinated by thestrangeness of the idea that someone can kill many people. Theyare fascinated by the unknown and the unknown is something thatwe as a species want to know more about.
I am not referring to the study of serial murderers who havebeen and are being prosecuted and convicted. I am referring tothe increasing numbers of serial killers that have never beenprosecuted, much less convicted. These people commit crimes thatare similar to those committed by the documented serial killers.Yet they don't receive the attention and the resources that go tothe investigation of the serial killers.
This interest is still growing, but it is also increasing in adisturbing manner. When taking into account the increasingnumber of serial killers who are being caught, it seems to me thatthere is a growing tendency to dismiss the need to studyserial murder and serial offenders. Yet the study of serial murderand serial offenders is a growing academic discipline that isimportant in understanding human behavior.
This was seen in the growing interest that was developing in theanthropology, sociology, and other social sciences. This interestwas quickly evident when we published the first edition of Serial Killers and Other Offenders, which showedincreasing interest in the subject of serial homicide over thenears. We knew then that we were faced with something of a crisisin the criminal justice system, and we hoped that the emerginginterest in the study of serial murder would help people to understandit and the psychology behind it.
Serial killers such as Ted Bundy and Ted Kaczynski, while sometimes motivated by a need to belong, appear to have been driven by other factors such as hatred or anger. This is the case with Henry Lee Lucas. In his book, Serial Killer: An Oral History of Murder and Madness, the editor of Gangland 827ec27edc