In True Criminal Minds: Interviews with Real Life Serial Killers: Volume II, author Brian Lee Tucker once again strips away all of the glitz and glamour so often associated with the romanticizing and glamorizing of modern day so called "true stories", featuring charming, suave serial killers that women just can't seem to stay away from.
In Volume II, Tucker has once again researched some of the worst serial killers to ever walk the planet, including:
- "The Dracula Killer", Richard Trenton Chase, who cannibalized his victims and then drank their blood
- "The Brooklyn Vampire", Albert Fish, who murdered and cannibalized young children
- "The Broomstick Killer", Kenneth Allen McDuff, one of the worst sexual predators in modern Texas history and the only one condemned to die by three Texas juries
- "The Night Stalker", Richard Ramirez, a self-admitted Satanist who slaughtered 14 people in cold blood and even gouged out one of the victim's eyes to take as a trophy
- "The Hillside Stranglers", Angelo Buono and Kenneth Bianchi, who raped, strangled, and dumped their victims by the side of the road like trash
Bonus material: An in-depth interview with "Son of Sam", David Berkowitz, speaking out on his conversion from mass murderer to born-again Christian. Amityville mass murderer Ronald DeFeo, Jr., speaks out about his innocence in the murders of his family.
What listeners say about True Criminal Minds, Volume II
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- Stephanie Cox
Really good and not for a weak stomach! A gory true to life Tell Tale Heart! Enjoyed it! Wish audible had other volumes!
- Amazon Customer
Not a great narration, hard to understand who he was portraying ..the interviewer or the interview subject
Good material. Reader needs pronunciation help.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes. It is a primary source.
What was the most compelling aspect of this narrative?
The plainness of the wicked's self-description.
What three words best describe Dustin Davis’s performance?
Competent save for the mispronunciations.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?