As cited in Jarvis, objectification of women and other vulnerables is symbolized in
About 96% of the US population has at one time been the victim of SOME kind of personal violence.
As murder rates have decreased, homicide on evening news increases.
Even in a society of saints, some would come to be defined as criminal. This famous quote is attributed to
Homicide is the leading cause of death for
US Black men ages 15-24
US Black women ages 15-
In 2001, eBay banned murderabilia.
Jarvis equates modern capitalist consumerism with
compulsive and extreme consumption
lewd, extravagant designer objects
Jarvis refers to the psychology of shopping in malls as a
Murderabilia, according to Jarvis, includes
Regardless of facts, when a condition, episode, person, or group of persons emerge to become defined as a threat to societal values and interests, we have a society-wide
We are the sum of our emotions, including our loves minus our fears. This quote is attributed to
You eat meat with your teeth and you kill things that are better than you are, and in the same respect you say how bad and even killers that your children are. You make your children what they are. This statement was uttered by
"Trephining" refers to
a medical operation on the skull
A primary difference between vampires and werewolves was believed to be that vampires:
were sexually involved with their victims
According to M. Scott Peck, "people of the lie" are:
Both these and vampire cults have links to satanic and/or cult murders.
Saturn death cults
Golem syndrome refers to:
persons capable of murdering without remorse or feelings for the victim
How many serial murder cases are linked directly to Satanic worship or cult-related activities?
less than 5 percent
In the late 1980s the voodoo cult in Matamoros, Mexico was heavily involved in:
In this 1984 case in California, seven people were accused of the ritualistic torture of children. After the longest trial in the U.S. history, the key suspects were acquitted.
the McMartin preschool case
It is believed this 15th-century killer murdered several hundred children, drank their blood and engaged in necrophilia, sometimes having the heads of his child victims stuck on upright rods.
Gilles de Rais
Lycanthropy refers to
the transformation of people into wolves
M. Scott Peck believes that evil people are best defined:
by the "consistency of their sins.
Most serial murderers involved in cult-related killings are found to be:
Peter Stubb/Stump was a:
The epitome of marcissism may well be the:
total domination of others
The nature and definition of "evil" is universal and agreed upon.
The purpose of the human-to-wolf transformation was the killing of humans, especially:
The Satanic Bible was written by:
This 1486 text was the first encyclopedia of demonology.
This 15th century figure was kown as "Drakul" (Dragon). He was particularly kown to be a vicious and depraved sadist who enjoyed torturing and murdering peasants who lived within his jurisdiction.
This killer was a college graduate and once worked as a fishing guide and security guard. He later became a police officer who had a fantasy for taking young women into the woods and hanging them.
What did Finkelhor conclude in his book Nursery Crimes?
Daycare centers do not have abnormally high rates of abuse
Which of the following crimes would most likely be a "crime of passion"?
murdering your ex-wife
Which of the following serial killers claimed that he had multiple personalities as his defense for his murders?