Looking into the Mind of a Murderer

In the first video below, Dr. Jim Fallon discusses his studies of murderers’ brains and the surprising patterns that he has identified, including an overabundance of serotonin in utero for male children (turns out, being “bathed” in the so-called feel-good neurotransmitter isn’t a good thing).  He also discusses an amazing family discovery that he stumbled upon while conducing his research.

The second and third videos are the first two parts of an absolutely chilling interview with the “Ice Man,” Richard Kuklinski, a mafia contract killer and perhaps the most prolific serial killer in U.S. history.

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3 responses to “Looking into the Mind of a Murderer

  1. I am not sure if you are going to cover this, but the bad news that popped up is,
    he is the one with the serial killer OFC.
    good story: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=127888976

  2. David Wilson

    Oh, the poor baby had a bad childhood. What sort of candyass state hasn’t put the needle on this dirtbag.

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