Strange Frequencies Radio welcomes back Dr. Scott Bonn on Sunday at 4pm Eastern to talk about the BTK Killer!
40 years ago (1974) Wichita, Kansas was rocked with 5 murders later attributed to the BTK Killer, otherwise known as Dennis Rader, a church going former Cub Scout leader and someone living quietly in the community.
Finally, in 2005 his terror stopped when he was arrested, confessed, and sentenced to 10 consecutive life sentences for each of the victims he murdered.
What is inside the mind of someone who has the capability to “bind, torture, and kill?”
Explore the motivations and explanations with “Doc Bonn” who has had personal contact with Dennis Rader, and find out about his quest to stalk and kill 10 victims over a 30 year period, taking with him trophies to re-live his gruesome deeds.
Doc Bonn has frequently talked and written about the public’s fascination with serial killers, criminal mental deviancies, and the sociopathy and psychopathy within their minds. His upcoming book, Why We Love Serial Killers, published by Skyhorse Press, is scheduled for release in the Fall of 2014 and delves deeper into the subject.
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A criminologist examines the variety of criminal motivations and the often complex patterns of criminal patterns, frequently with policy implications. Criminologists examine psychological and biological factors, as well as social and environmental factors such as the economy and education that can influence crime patterns and crime rates.
Criminologists also translate crime statistics into usable tools for the criminal justice system and policy makers. By developing profiles of criminals and their motivations, and organizing statistics into meaningful patterns, a criminologist helps to develop strategies in order to prevent future criminal behavior.
Dr. Scott Bonn has appeared as expert crime analyst on popular news programs such as Dr Drew, and was featured in the 2012 A&E special “The Long Island Serial Killer.” His expert commentary frequently appears in The New York Times, Huffington Post and other major outlets.
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