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Staring into the Eyes of a Serial Killer He is your neighbour He is an old high school acquaintance His is a well respected individual within your community Well what is he you ask He is the most sinister an malignant type of criminal to walk the face of the earth He is the serial killer The serial killer is your neighbour he kills one by one while living a seemingly normal life in between murders Cahill 6 To be classified as a serial killer an individual has to kill at least three people in separate murders with a cooling off period in between murders Todays society has concocted wild misconceptions about serial killers and because of this the serial killer continues to remain a very misunderstood individual Firstly one of the biggest misconceptions relating to serial murder is that a serial killer and a mass murder are the same The serial killer and the mass murderer are two completely different individuals A mass murder is someone who will walk into a post office and shoot everyone and the maybe even themselves They kill several people in a matter of hours and there is no cooling off period or trademark to the killings While a serial killer kills several people over a period of days weeks months and even years There is a cooling off period and the killer also commits each murder in his own signature style The serial killer will also go through phases and cycles Although the serial killer and mass murder are closely related they are very different and should no longer be considered the same Another misconceptions about serial murder is that there is only one type of serial killer The public refers to this one type of killer as a monster Well the public is again misinformed about serial killers There is in fact four distinctive groups of serial killers There is the Visionary motive types
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