Whoever Fights Monsters - Chapter 1 The Vampire Killer Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1 The Vampire Killer Summary and Analysis

Whoever Fights Monsters begins with the murder of Terry Wallin on January 23, 1978. Terry's husband, a laundry-truck driver, returned home from work around six-o-clock to find his wife dead in the bedroom with her stomach cut open. An FBI agent, Russ Vorpagel, learning of the murder, calls his friend in the Behavioral Science Unit at FBI headquarters in Quantico, Virginia. That friend is Robert Ressler, head of the BSU (Behavioral Science Unit) and pioneer in the study of serial killers. The BSU was created to study and help apprehend serious, "serial killers" that committed major crimes.

Ressler, after being informed the facts of the case, realized that this was no ordinary murder. The woman was cut open and disemboweled. Some of her organs were taken and animal feces were forced into some of her wounds. Furthermore...

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