All posts tagged: Murderabilia

Why We Love Serial Killers, Dr. Scott Bonn, ImaginePublicity

Why We Love Serial Killers by Dr. Scott Bonn Available for Pre-Order

  Why We Love Serial Killers: The Curious Appeal of the World’s Most Savage Murderers by Dr. Scott Bonn is a compelling examination of the public’s attraction to cold-blooded criminals who commit monstrous acts of serial murder. Advance praise for the book has been enthusiastic, including rave reviews from professional criminologists and true crime authors to nationally recognized journalists. Why We Love Serial Killers is available to the public for pre-orders now from a variety of online sources including Amazon which is offering a special 20% pre-order discount. Customers will not be charged until the book ships in October. . This book is unique in its examination of serial killers as popular culture personalities. Unlike most other books on this subject, the primary focus of Why We Love Serial Killers is not on the crimes of serial killers. Much has already been written about that. Although this book offers many new insights into serial homicide and provides shocking facts and anecdotes for true crime enthusiasts, the really unique contributions of this work lie in explaining why …

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The Susan Murphy Milano Show, Time’s Up: Victims Rights Advocate, Andy Kahan

The Susan Murphy Milano Show, “Time’s Up!” Thursdays at 2pm ET Listen LIVE at: Here Women Talk “No one should be able to rob, rape and murder, and then turn around and make a buck off of it; it is blood money plain and simple.” —Andy Kahan, Victim Advocate Murderabilia is a word coined by Houston Crime Victim Advocate Andy Kahan to describe the burgeoning industry in which high-profile murderers/serial killers peddle their personalized items via dealers on the Internet. Once an underground market, murderabilia was popularized by the internet, making it accessible to everyone. EBay was once the main conduit for buyers and sellers of murderabilia to ply their trade, however, after a 2-year campaign led by Victim Advocate Andy Kahan, eBay no longer allows the sale of murderabilia. Andy Kahan has had great success working with the State Legislature and helping enact policy changes, including: Making it a capital offense for murder of a child age six or under. Reduction in the number of parolees released in Harris County. Abolishment of mandatory release of convicted felons. …