Essay Topic 1
In the beginning of the book, Ressler realizes that the case of the vampire killer is not an ordinary case.
Part 1: How might you define the idea of an ordinary murder?
Part 2: How might you define the idea of a murder not being ordinary?
Part 3: Why do you think it's important to distinguish between and ordinary murder and a non-ordinary murder? Or, is it that important?
Essay Topic 2
In many of Ressler's cases, his profiling details are precise and they lead officials to the murderer.
Part 1: Why do you think serial killers have certain profiles and characteristics?
Part 2: Do you think it should be simple to categorize killers?
Part 3: How do you think a person can fully understand the thoughts of a murderer without being one?
Essay Topic 3
Many of the serial killers who are disorganized tend to have mental illnesses that cause them to take...
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