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Authors debut "The Science of Serial Killers" during spooky season

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Updated: November 01, 2021 05:41 PM
Created: November 01, 2021 03:48 PM

Just in time for spooky season, which is their favorite, Meg Hafdahl and Kelly Florence debuted their fourth book, The Science of Serial Killers.

Florence told us, "As we've been researching horror movies and true stories they are based on, since our very first book, it was natural movement to go to serial killers. Because so many horror movies are based on real, true crimes that existed."

Still, they wanted to tread lightly, since it involves real people and real victims.

 "We wanted to do it in our own way, which was bring the science into it, make sure we don't put serial killers on a pedestal. That's really important to us. We want to talk about the heroes, like a retired FBI agent who brought down Dahmer," added Hafdahl.

You can get the book at Barnes and Noble, Target, and Amazon. Plus it's at the library at Lake Superior College.

https://www.horrorrewind.com/books

And their next book, is The Science of Witchcraft, is already in the works!

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