Robert K. Ressler

Bibliography

TitleAuthorSources
Crime Classification ManualJohn Douglas, Ann W. Burgess, Allen G. Burgess, Robert K. ResslerAmazon, Kindle eBook
Criminal Profiling from Crime Scene AnalysisJohn Douglas, Robert K. Ressler, Ann Burgess, Carol HartmanKindle eBook
I Have Lived in the Monster: Inside the Minds of the World's Most Notorious Serial KillersRobert K. Ressler and Tom ShachtmanAmazon
Sexual Homicide: Patterns and MotivesJohn Douglas, Ann W. Burgess, and Robert K. ResslerAmazon, Kindle eBook
Whoever Fights Monsters: My Twenty Years Tracking Serial Killers for the FBIRobert K. Ressler and Thomas SchachtmanAmazon

Robert K. Ressler is a former FBI agent, and one of the early members of the Behavioral Sciences Unit. He was instrumental in the creation of ViCAP, and is often credited with coining the term “serial killer”.
He now writes books on criminology and criminal psychopathology.

Blog Posts

Victims of Dale Anderson

on January 1st, 2010 in Serial Killers, Victimology by | 7 Comments

Audrey Cardenas Audrey, 24, was last seen alive on June 19, 1988. Her body was found a week later. Jolaine Lanman and her 3-year-old son Anderson talked his way into Jolaine’s house posing as a home buyer. He forced her to write a note implicating his supervisors at work. He…

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