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"We’re paying tribute to these guys who started what's become a cornerstone of what the FBI does now," Groff adds. "But like them, we’re also trying humanize the serial killer. Which, in some ways makes the whole thing even creepier and scarier."
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Dennis Rader of Park City, Kan., was a husband and a father of two, a code enforcement officer, a Boy Scout volunteer, president of the congregation at Christ Lutheran Church – and a serial killer who tortured, strangled or suffocated 10 people from 1974 to 1991. Two victims were children.
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owards the end of his career with the FBI, celebrated serial killer "whisperer" John E Douglas arrived home from work to discover his wife had cut her knee. Rather than rush to help tend the injury he was instinctively drawn to the spattered blood – analysing the angle at which it had splashed on the carpet for evidence of foul play. Everywhere he looked, he saw dark deeds and twisted minds.
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It all played out in a sequence and involved dopamine, the human chemical neurotransmitter that affects the pleasure centers of our brains. Rader says he began fantasizing as a young boy. This led to killing chickens and cats, then to stalking women. Those deeds increased his internal dopamine levels, Ramsland said.