The Postcard Killer: The True Story of J. Frank Hickey
|Rating||:||4.84 (886 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||272 Pages|
He has provided litigation support, evaluation of subject control training, and seminars. . Dr. Vance McLaughlin has focused on subject control issues for over thirty years. He has experience in law enforcement as an officer and administrator
Beau Clark said "the weirdest tale either in fact or fiction". A compelling study of J. Frank Hickey, the first profiled serial killer. "The Postcard Killer" operates on a number of different levels. There is the plot: a seemingly innocuous little man who moves virtually unnoticed through society but who harbors an insane lust for killing. And kill he does--over a thirty year period. Hickey claimed his first victim when he was still a teen. By his apprehension three decades later, Hickey had killed and killed again. "The Postcard Killer" addresses issues in the long-ago criminal justice system which d. THIS IS A GREAT READ! James B. Johnson THE POSTCARD KILLER is a captivating page-flipper. Well-written. Very interesting account of serial killer Frank Hickey and other kiddie-killers of the same era. The presentation and style reminds me of Harold Schechter's true-crime books about serial-killers.If youre interested in serial-killers, this is a good addition to your collection.. wrong author There is another book with the same title and one we actually wanted. this book is written poorly for our taste and not one you loved. As I read it I felt as if I was walking through mud and never moving on. I finally gave it to a co-worker.
Vance McLaughlin has focused on subject control issues for over thirty years. He has provided litigation support, evaluation of subject control training, and seminars. About the AuthorDr. He has experience in law enforcement as an officer and administrator.
This fascinating story tells how a solitary milquetoast of a man wandered the American east coast for decades, harboring a terrifying assortment of personal demons. In 1912 John Frank Hickey, "The Postcard Killer," was one of the first known and captured serial killers. He began a long series of correspondence about his crimes in the form of postcards. From his first murder at eighteen until his capture and conviction nearly three decades later, Hickey traveled and worked at anonymous clerical or engineering jobs while he commi