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Ed Kemper, also known as the Co-Ed Killer, murdered and dismembered 10 people, including his own mother. Former FBI agent John Douglas takes us through his extensive interviews with Kemper, which became the backbone of modern criminal psychology.Written by
A must watch for those interested in case studies of human behaviors and the mind.
I had to question at times if what Kemper was saying was truth or fiction, normal with any killer especially such as Kemper. This was a top notch, well done show of Ed Kemper. Hearing the killer speak the majority of the time in such a calm reserved manner, normal calm cool and collective manner was somewhat eerie and disturbing. I would say this documentary along with HBO's Richard Leonard Kuklinski were very well done case studies of serial killers, in other words excellent to say the least. This could definitely be justified in being called, "Inside the mind ~ of a serial killer". This is not a review for an excellent documentary I'll end by saying, "Enjoy!"
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