The Gates of Janus: Serial Killing and its Analysis by the Moors Murderer Ian Brady

The Gates of Janus: Serial Killing and its Analysis by the Moors Murderer Ian Brady

Colin Wilson, Ian Brady, Peter Sotos, Alan Keightley


Author note: Alan Keightley (Foreword), Colin Wilson (Introduction), Peter Sotos (Afterword)
Publish 12 months note: First released in 2001
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Known because the Moor Murders, the case of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley's torture, sexual abuse, and homicide of a kid and childrens within the early Nineteen Sixties is assumed to be the main appalling sequence of crimes ever dedicated in England. to appreciate human personality, one needs to first discover the wicked reaches of human cognizance.

So believes novelist and true-crime author Colin Wilson, who introduces Brady's e-book. Brady first explores human impulse according to his readings, observations, and existence tale. He then analyzes a dozen different serial crimes and serial murderers.

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