Demon Attacks: Evil Spirits & Serial Murder

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What if the world’s worst predators worked together? Could evil spirits and human monsters act as one? Paranormal researcher and retired criminal profiler Dr. Deborah Kauflin looks into the frightening link between bad spirits and serial killers. Whether you love the paranormal or study serial murder, this book delves into the lives of serial murderers and their experiences with spirits. More
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About Deborah S. Kauflin

Dr. Kauflin worked on hundreds of serial murder & sexual homicide cases for police departments. She taught thousands of homicide detectives, FBI agents, US Military, and created the profiles of female serial killers, sadistic murderers, and terrorists. Back in November 2008, Dr. Kauflin predicted that India would be the next big terror attack in her book Disturbed. Two weeks later, terrorists hit Mumbai and took 166 lives. Her most famous profile was of the BTK serial murderer, and she is known for being the first person to interview a group of female serial killers for groundbreaking criminal profiling research. Dr. Kauflin has appeared as a criminal profiling expert on ABC, CNN, FoxNews, The Discovery Channel, Investigation Discovery, and the Seoul Broadcasting System. She wrote for Psychology Today Magazine online, did volunteer work for the National Organization of Parents of Murdered Children, and has authored four other books.

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Reviews of Demon Attacks: Evil Spirits & Serial Murder by Deborah S. Kauflin

ASField reviewed on Nov. 4, 2015

As a seasoned paranormal investigator it takes a lot to unnerve me but this book did it. Anyone that investigates the paranormal or has an interest in serial killers must read this. I read this book in a matter of hours because I refused to put it down. Deborah has documented the evil entities that haunt the life of developing serial killers from childhood to adulthood. The book contains her interviews of incarcerated serial killers in detail and each killer's unexpected encounter with the paranormal. Be warned - This is the type of book you continue to think about long after you finish the last page.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
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