Mindhunter: Inside the FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Prologue through Chapter 5

• Prologue- Chapter 1

• Douglas was in the hospital recovering from an emotional breakdown and a brain hemorrhage.

• Douglas was confined to a wheelchair but recovered.

• Douglas compared a killer to a lion stalking its weakest prey.

• Investigators tried to determine what was occurring inside the mind of killers.

• Douglas writes that killers are not driven by logic, so investigators must think as killers do.

• Sherlock Holmes is the FBI's model profiler.
• Chapters 2-3

• Chapter 2 describes Douglas' childhood

• Douglas originally wanted to become a vet.

• Douglas joined the Air Force and was eventually asked to run Special Services' athletics.

• The Air Force paid for night school, and Douglas received a degree in industrial psychology.

• In 1970, the FBI asked Douglas to join.

• "Betting on raindrops rolling down the window" is Douglas' way of saying that killers kill because that is what they do.

• Douglas scored 100% on his FBI...

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