Former FBI agent John Douglas, the inventor of criminal profiling, leads a journey into the minds of the 20th Century's most notorious killers, including Charles Manson, John Wayne Gacy, and Jeffrey Dahmer.
Larry Gene Bell,
This documentary is fabulous! Considering the subject matter and the fact that this was on prime time television, it's amazing at what truths this documentary shed on the world.
It's scary that humans are at all times capable of doing horrible acts to one and other.This has been going on since the beginning of man,long before the " good vs. evil " religion invented by humans.It's in our DNA, it's a part of us all.
This documentary shows just how frail, and or how powerful we humans can be in order to get what we believe is right or get what we want - albeit it by murder, racism, or religion.
This exists in all races and creeds.
The face pace and excellent interviews are combined with excellent and stunning music created by Science Friction , and an orchestral score written by the late, great Bernard Herrmann.
It sounds so good blasting through the home stereo system, as I watch it from time to time.
I only hope that one day it will be released on DVD.
" We are only human "
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