The serial killings in the Kansas City area seem to fit the classic mold for mass murders. Fulton State Hospital psychiatrist Bruce Harry says the usual suspect is intelligent, obsessed with control and manipulation, and male. He says serial murderers rarely feel remorse when they’re caught and are impossible to rehabilitate. No known reason what makes them kill. He discounts Hollywood stereotypes–like the killers who taunt police and seem bent on getting caught. Dr. Harry says it’s an extremely rare phenomenon, only about 100 or 150 in existence at any one time. John Edward Robinson, Sr, is accused of killing at least 5 women and storing them in barrels.
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