Psychology of Serial Killers

Wednesday 30th October 2024
Location: Watergate Theatre, Parliament Street, Kilkenny. R95 D320
Learn about serial killers you’ve never heard before in this acclaimed, sellout show brought to you by ex-forensics lecturer Jennifer Rees.
‘The Psychology of Serial Killers’ will give even the most dedicated true crime fan new insights to the phenomenon of serial homicide.
During this talk, you will learn:
How serial killers are categorised?
Identifying serial killer myths.
Why is it that you can mostly only name white, male serial killers?
Female serial killers Why do some serial killers receive fan mail, love letters and even marriage proposals?
Killer couples.
Finally, this talk will conclude with answering one of the most commonly asked questions: “Why am I so interested in serial killers?” As you will see, an interest in true-crime is far from a new sensation. But why some people so fascinated with the criminal mind? This talk will explain all the factors of such content which have provoked your interest, and you will find that you are not as unusual as you may think.

Jennifer Rees
Jennifer delivers an acclaimed, sell-out true crime theatre show across the Ireland & UK. A previous college lecturer within a forensics department, Jennifer taught on both further and higher education courses, as well as professional training programmes such as the CKP training programme for the UK police force.In addition to a criminal law degree, she also holds qualifications in psychology and counselling.
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