Philadelphia Inquirer, Monday, July 18, 2005
Story by Scott Flander on what it takes to be a target of a killer with a mental illness includes comments by Dr. Katherine Ramsland, associate professor of forensic psychology at DeSales. Ramsland, an expert on serial killers, states, "Typically, these people already have some kind of revenge or anger fantasies going." They might see someone who happens to fit the proper role in the fantasy. "You might bump into them in the grocery store," she said. "Now you're in their world."
Press Release: What sets off the mentally unstable? | Posted on: 7/18/2005
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