Ever wondered what goes on inside the head of a serial killer?
A sellout seminar on the psychology of crime is returning to Manchester this summer – with expert Jennifer Rees leading audiences into the minds of murderers.
Tickets for early editions of ‘Psychology of Serial Killers’ flew off the shelves in 2020 – and now the show is set to return for two live-action talks in Stretford this July.
Reflecting on the most notorious case studies and evil individuals of modern times, the show will explore how serial killers are classified; the differences between male and female criminals; the phenomenon of Killer Couples (such as Fred and Rose West and Ian Brady and Myra Hindley); and the biggest myths surrounding murderers.
The lecture also considers the unsettling question of how common homicidal fantasies actually are – including why people may think about committing murder in the first place.
Ultimately fascinating but certainly not for the faint of heart, the ‘Psychology of Serial Killers’ will take place on two dates at the BEC on July 22 and July 23.
Each show will start at 7pm and run for three hours approx.