Did you know that Silence of the Lambs‘ Buffalo Bill, Texas Chainsaw Massacre‘s Leatherface and Psycho’s Norman Bates were all inspired by one horrible man? Ed Gein was the horrific serial killer of the 1950’s, committing his crimes in Plainfield, Wisconsin. This American killer had the modus operandi of digging corpses first, but later he used these bodies … Continue reading Did you know?
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(Picture Source) Save the date: November 11 as it is the date when a new two-episode documentary airs about Jeffrey Dahmer on Oxygen. Of course, there’s a trailer for this chilling feature, take a look:
And while the seventh season of American Horror Story is set in an overtly politicized world, let us not forget the previous seasons, where different kinds of monsters, – or, shall we say, serial killers? – appeared. The following infographic revisits the real-life killers that inspired the show:
In our first online course on Eliademy, there is a unit which concentrates on handwriting analysis. Some might doubt this discipline, nevertheless, handwriting analysis has been used when creating criminal profiling. In this post, you can read an analysis from an expert, provided by The Crime Magazine.
This week is about Gacy, the Killer Clown, and you can learn about him in our special course on serial killers, which is now on SALE – check it out here. If you want to know more about John Wayne Gacy Jr., watch this documentary:
Since July, you could observe that a lot of materials have been published on serial killers, and the reason for it was to pave the way for a unique language course, focusing entirely on Serial Killers and Profiling that you can, too, join by clicking on the title. And another good news: it is at … Continue reading Serial Killers and Profiling Course
It is not a usual story, that’s for sure. The makers of the 1971 grindhouse movie: The Zodiac Killer attempted to trap the real-life Zodiac killer. ( If you want to get to know more about the myths about serial killers, make sure to subscribe to our newsletter. ) As The Lineup writes: “In August 1969, … Continue reading VOCABULARY: ‘I Was Here, The Zodiac….’
From July on, it has been ‘Serial Killers month’ because we have been busy making a new online course about serial killers and profiling. Oh, have you seen our new ‘Courses‘ section yet? If not, please do so, and make sure you are subscribed to our weekly newsletter. Because this week, you’ll get a small … Continue reading NEWSLETTER: 5 Myths about Serial Killers and Present Simple
Sufjan Steven’s concept album Illinois (2005) features a song about the serial killer, John Wayne Gacy, Jr., the lyrics of which focuses on his and childhood and his unspeakable deeds. Another band, Deer Tick has featured ”Clownin’ Around” about Gacy, though. … Continue reading Songs That Were Inspired By Serial Killers – Part 1: John Wayne Gacy Jr.