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ISBN:1439199027
Author: Pete Earley
ISBN13: 978-1439199022
Title: The Serial Killer Whisperer: How One Man's Tragedy Helped Unlock the Deadliest Secrets of the World's Most Terrifying Killers
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Language: English
Category: True Crime
Publisher: Touchstone (January 10, 2012)
Pages: 336

The Serial Killer Whisperer: How One Man's Tragedy Helped Unlock the Deadliest Secrets of the World's Most Terrifying Killers by Pete Earley



From New York Times bestselling author Pete Earley comes the true story of a young man who suffers a traumatic brain injury that renders him incapable of judging or feeling repulsion, and subsequently becomes the most trusted confidant of numerous imprisoned serial killers", Provided by publisher. Download The serial killer whisperer : how one man's tragedy helped unlock the deadliest secrets of the world's most terrifying killers Pete Earley. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags: Acoustic emission.

About book: I thought this book was a little crazy, twisted, and scary at times. the book was talking about serial killers and their past lives and how they became killers. After tony suffered his accident he started having his weird breakdowns.

The Serial Killer Whisperer takes readers into the minds of murderers like never before, but it also tells the inspiring tale of a struggling American family and a tormented young man who found healing and closure in the most unlikely way-by connecting with monsters. Download from free file storage. Скачать с помощью Mediaget. com/The Serial Killer Whisperer: How One Man's Tragedy Helped Unlock the Deadliest Secrets of the World's Most Terrifying Killers.

The Serial Killer Whisperer book. It is the correspondence itself that causes the most difficulty for this reader, as it is extremely graphic.

The Serial Killer Whisperer takes listeners into the minds of murderers in a way that has never been done before-straight from a killer's thoughts. It is also an inspiring-albeit sometimes terrifying-tale of an American family whose idyllic life is shattered by a terrible accident and how healing and closure came to a tormented man in the most unlikely way: by connecting with monsters. Very interesting but definitely not for the squeamish. I grew up in Maryland and am praying i stayed away from that stand. Vera L. This was a great book. I was looking on the internet (as the book was being read to me) so I could see pictures of all the killers that were being mentioned. I was scared after listening to the book but maybe we should always have our guard up. ERICA LATOUR. This was one of the best books I have downloaded.

The Serial Killer Whisperer: How One Man's Tragedy Helped Unlock the Deadliest Secrets of the World's Most Terrifying Killers. From New York Times bestselling author Pete Earley-the strange but true story of how a young man’s devastating brain injury gave him the unique ability to connect with the world’s most terrifying criminals. Fifteen-year-old Tony Ciaglia had everything a teenager could want until he suffered a horrific head injury at summer camp. When he emerged from a coma, his right side was paralyzed, he had to relearn how to walk and talk, and he needed countless pills to control his emotions

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From New York Times bestselling author Pete Earley—the strange but true story of a man who suffers a traumatic brain injury and as a result is given the ability to converse with the world’s most terrifying criminals. After suffering a horrific head injury, fifteen-year-old Tony Ciaglia discovered he could no longer control his emotions or social responses and found himself incapable of feeling disgust at the antisocial behavior of others. Eventually therapy and medication helped Tony largely overcome his emotional instability, and when his therapist suggested he develop a hobby, Tony acted on a whim and wrote to an imprisoned serial killer. To his astonishment, the killer wrote back. Tony’s hobby eventually turned into a full-blown obsession, and soon he was corresponding with dozens of serial killers who revealed heinous details about their horrendous crimes—even those they’d never been convicted of. The killers opened up to Tony; they trusted him, considered him a friend. Unable to feel disgust at the revolting stories, Tony began to fear that the potential for killing without guilt lurked within him, and he became suicidal. Ultimately, Tony found redemption and purpose by helping law enforcement officials solve crimes his connection uncovered, and before long, investigators from around the country were calling on him for assistance with cold cases. The Serial Killer Whisperer is not only the story of how Tony learned to use his gift in the interest of justice, but it is also an inspiring—albeit sometimes terrifying—tale of healing and closure for a man who has struggled to lead a normal life.
Reviews: 7
Ckelond
Definitely one of, if not the best true crime book I have ever read. Could not put it down. It's gruesome. My Aunt wants to borrow it and I'm hesitant. It's that gruesome. Another thing I noticed was I've read about a lot of the serial killers stories in this book. I read so much true crime. I recognize stories and serial killers. Even detectives in big cities, though out my reading history. Yikes lol. It's almost creepy. Fantastic book. I read a lot of reviews before I buy a book. And a couple people mentioned they couldn't get into the beginning. I don't understand that...it starts with the murder box. His post office box. And his writings to serial killers. Grabs you from the first paragraph. This was a fantastic book.
Peles
I was a little disappointed in this book. While I admire the accomplishments of this kid coming back from such a horrific accident, the book is more hype than fact. Yes he writes to serial killers and yes they answer him with some pretty gory details but........... there isn't a lot of helping victims families or solving unknown murders. He does start helping towards the end of the book with a few, but mostly this is a book giving the killers a platform and an audience to share their sickness. Some of it is a little unbelievable such as *spoiler alert* when they go to search for the killers trophies of his kills. They travel all that way, finally find the area and decide not to dig or look for them. Huh? Now there was something that really could have shed some light on unsolved cases, but no. They don't even do a search. I also cant believe any reputable doctors would encourage a kid to pursue such a pastime. Not very healthy at all. An interesting read if you want a little peek inside the sickness that makes these guys tick but overall not what I was expecting. More just a journal of a really unhealthy hobby. I'm sure a young man with such a determination to live and contribute could have been steered towards something a lot more beneficial to himself than making himself available to these predators. I mostly found the book sad.
watching to future
One of the most riveting and fascinating true crime books I have ever read. I also found the parts of the book dealing with Tony and his TBI highly interesting as well, as I knew very little about that type of injury.

It was amazing how these serial killers opened up to him, in detail, about their horrible crimes--which one would think they would never want to repeat to anyone.
Silly Dog
A real good read. This book is graphic in details of how serial killers committed their crimes. Well written and explained how the author became interested in serial killers and what they were thinking when murders were committed. I thoroughly enjoyed this book although some accounts by the killers was disgusting, terrifying and brought out anger in me.
Teonyo
I found this book difficult to read and way too graphic that is was down right uncomfortable to read. That detail was not necessary in this book unless you are writing ponography.
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Was choice of my crime book club. Awful book. Could not finish. Not written well and I could not understand the whole premise of what this family was doing.
Dori
For those interested in researching the psychology of serial killers, this is a great read. I think it's a very in depth and fresh perspective of a few serial killers and their crimes as they would speak to a peer not some shrink or police officer.

The written correspondence tells me the most, not only about the killers but the author as well. Great read!
Required reading for my graduate school Serial Murder class. It was definitely interesting and very, very captivating.