|The Tyneside Strangler||2||Female||Caucasian||Great Britain||Territorial||Unknown||1957/05/26 (Newcastle upon Tyne, Great Britain)||n/a
|Cries Unheard: Story of Mary Bell||Gitta Sereny||Amazon
|Deadly Women: Young Blood (Episode 3x01)||
Mary Bell was convicted of murdering two boys in the 1968. She was ten years old when she killed one, and eleven when she killed the other. Mary’s mother was a prostitute who forced her to have sex with men started when she was only four years old.
on January 7th, 2011 in Podcast Episodes, Psychology, Serial Killers by Brian Combs | 3 Comments
In this week’s episode, we look at what causes someone to become a serial killer. We’ll be mostly discussing psychopathic sexual murder, rather than psychotic murder. Psychopathy, also known as sociopathy or antisocial personality disorder, is a behavioral disorder characterized by an abnormal lack of empathy combined with abnormal immoral…