- Author:Elliiott. LEYTON
- Publisher:McClelland and Stewart (1995)
- Subcategory:True Crime
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Partly because the book seems to pin some of the reason for the rise of the multiple murderer on society itself
Partly because the book seems to pin some of the reason for the rise of the multiple murderer on society itself. There are two versions of this book, the original and the updated 20th anniversary with new killers such as the DC Snipers.
Hunting Humans is Elliott Leyton’s classic study of six of the world’s most notorious serial killers. It established him as a leading authority on one of crime’s most disturbing phenomena and as an expert consultant for the FBI, New Scotland Yard, and Interpol. Now well into the twenty-first century, the broad social factors Leyton identifies as the breeding conditions for serial killings have only intensified.
Hunting Humans: The Rise. has been added to your Cart. Clearly written, thoroughly readable and deliberately free of sociological jargon, is an important contribution to its field and to the public at large. Leyton has become probably the world’s most widely consulted expert on serial killing - his books are required reading for homicide detectives. Fascinating and thought-provoking.
Leyton also provides an analysis of the Washington, . While uncovering the central themes of modern culture that motivated their deeds, Leyton provides vivid and chilling portraits of Edmund Kemper, Ted Bundy, Albert DeSalvo, and David Berkowitz, serial murderers whose prolonged killing campaigns provided them revenge against the world and celebrity careers; and other mass murderers whose brief but horrific murder sprees constituted their own enigmatic suicide notes
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Book Format: Choose an option. Leyton also provides an analysis of the Washington, . The author shows that the motives of multiple murderers are not simply sexual or psychotic; but rise from the very core of American mass culture.
The Myth of Delinquency (1979). com: Awards for Elliott Leyton's Hunting Humans: The Rise of the Modern Multiple Murderer
The Myth of Delinquency (1979). Sole Survivor (1990). Violence and public anxiety: A Canadian case (1992). Touched by Fire (with photographer Greg Locke) (1998). Serial Murder: Modern Scientific Perspectives (with Linda Chafe) (1999). com: Awards for Elliott Leyton's Hunting Humans: The Rise of the Modern Multiple Murderer. Your Interview: Anthropologist and author Elliott Leyton on the Virginia Tech shootings. Bagby, David (2015-08-04). Dance with the Devil: A Memoir of Murder and Loss.