Ex-Special Agent John Douglas decodes most prolific serial killers in true crime anthology 'Killer Next Door'

Former FBI Special Agent John Douglas decodes the minds of some of the nation’s most dangerous serial killers in 福克斯民族 真正 犯罪 anthology, “隔壁杀手。”

道格拉斯, who was the architect of criminal profiling for the FBI, told Fox News there’s not a specific serial killerlook.

You can’t judge by someone’s appearance…there’s not a serial killer ‘look’ or a violent offender type of ‘look,’” Douglas said in an interview with Fox News Digital.

In the chilling five-episode series, “Killer Next Door,” Douglas discusses the worst serial killers, from the Co-ed Killer Edmund Kemper to the Killer Clown, John Wayne Gracy, and reveals what motivations led them to commit horrific crimes.

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The first episode explores serial killer Ed Kemper, who had Santa Cruz, 加利福尼亚州 on edge after snatching and murdering numerous women in the early 1970s.

Kemper was one of the first serial killers Douglas ever interviewed face-to-face for the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit.

The whole prison situation is very, very intimidating,” Douglas said of the interview. “I wasn’t scared of him…I already started doing an assessment, getting background information on him, and I knew his history.

Douglas said that he was never on edge when sitting across from serial killers, but that he understood the need to control his emotions.

“没有, not on edge…you have to just control your emotions…particularly their wise guys…They may be fearful, but then you can’t show [emotion],” 他说.

The five-episode series also profiles serial killer Larry Gene Bell, House of Horrors killer Gary Heidnik, and the infamous Son of Sam, David Berkowitz.

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Douglas described the common themes and characteristics he would find among these profiled serial killers.

Almost without exception…dysfunctional background. In the case of Gary, the father just berated him…You see this dysfunction early in childhood. Then you start seeing some acting out behaviors among them,” 他指出.

后 50 long years of criminal profiling, 的 “Killer Next Doorhost shared a few methods he’s used to uncovering some of the most prolific and skillful murderers of his time.

You do the background yourself…so you kind of have an idea…At some point you will go back to the early childhood and let them know that you understand where they’re coming from,” Douglas said.

此外, the former FBI special agent said when he interviews serial killers he attempts to beon their sideduring the investigation and chooses his words carefully in the interrogation.

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After interviewing the murderers, Douglas stated the killers are paranoid butenjoythe interview process. They’re “骄傲” of what they’ve done and it gives them a chance torelive the crimein their heads during the discussion, 他加了.

Douglas was an FBI criminal profile for five decades and has worked on the most tragic cases one can imagine. Being a special agent for many years was “危险的” to his health and eventually impacted Douglas’ family, as they would often see him in an unwell state. 然而, he said the jobconsumedhis life and he couldn’t say no when people were asking for his help uncovering these murder cases.

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在年龄 38, while working in Seattle, he said he collapsed in a hotel room and wasn’t found until three days later since he had aDo Not Disturbsign on his door. Douglas mentioned he was paralyzed and his right temporal lobe split. He was immediately taken to the hospital and was admitted into the Intensive Care Unit. It was a veryfrighteningexperience, Douglas noted.

He hopes Fox Nation’s shocking five-episode seriesKiller Next Door” 将 “educate the viewer.

Don’t make yourself a victim…don’t take unnecessary risks,” Douglas concluded.

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