Summary of John E. Douglas & Mark Olshaker's The Cases That Haunt Us

by   Everest Media (Author)
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Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.

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#1 The Jack the Ripper murders, which took place in London in 1888, were the first serial killings to shock the public. They were also the first crimes to be concentrated in a small geographic area and directed at a specific type of preferred victim.

#2 The Jack the Ripper case, which was the first time I had ever worked on a criminal case, was a two-hour television program set to be broadcast live from Los Angeles in October 1988. I was invited to participate in the program, and I constructed a profile of the killer.

#3 The FBI profiler’s job is to construct a profile of the offender, which is a set of assumptions about the person’s behavior, based on the facts of the case. The more details about the case that are provided to the profiler, the better he or she can construct a profile.

#4 The East End of London was a strange, distant, and fearful place for those who lived elsewhere within the metropolis. It was dominated by poor cockneys, and it was increasingly populated by immigrants straight off the docks.

Publication date
June 13, 2022
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