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by David Abrahamsen

eBook Confessions of Son of Sam epub
  • ISBN: 0231057601
  • Author: David Abrahamsen
  • Genre: Biographies
  • Subcategory: Regional U.S.
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Columbia Univ Pr (May 15, 1985)
  • Pages: 245 pages
  • ePUB size: 1827 kb
  • FB2 size 1718 kb
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David Abrahamsen, . Abrahamsen was a pioneer and a genius; this just shouldn't be the case. A psychological milestone.

David Abrahamsen, .

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Confessions of Son of Sam as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Confessions of Son of Sam is a probing analysis of the mind of the man responsible for one of the most terrifying and most publicized serial murders of all time.

David Abrahamsen (June 23, 1903 – May 20, 2002) was a Norwegian forensic psychiatrist . Abrahamsen suspected Prince Albert Victor and James.

David Abrahamsen, a forensic psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and author who wrote book-length analyses of Richard M. . Nixon and of David Berkowitz, the serial killer known as Son of Sam, died on Monday night at his home in Hamden, Conn. He was 98. Dr. Abrahamsen, who was born in Norway and trained in Europe, came to the United States in 1940. He studied criminal psychopathology at prisons in New York and Illinois and taught at several major hospitals. A result was Dr. Abrahamsen's biography of Mr. Berkowitz, called ''Confessions of Son of Sam'' (Columbia University, 1985), in which he described the complex of emotions and delusions that motivated Mr. Berkowitz.

A probing glimpse of Son of Sam. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. First off, I did not pay this outrageous price. I have another half to read, but I have been so engrossed. It is a must have for any true crime buff or student of psychology. It isn't the same narrative about David Berkowitz; rather; it tries to explain what caused him to become the famed serial killer that stalked New Yorkers in the late 70's.

David Berkowitz, who became known as Son of Sam, went on a murderous . Forty years later, the Son of Sam case continues to draw significant attention due to the extreme nature of Berkowitz’s crimes, his claims o.

David Berkowitz, who became known as Son of Sam, went on a murderous rampage in New York City during the 1970s, taunting and insulting police, until they captured him. Here's a look back at his notorious case. During questioning Berkowitz stated, "He told me to kill. Forty years later, the Son of Sam case continues to draw significant attention due to the extreme nature of Berkowitz’s crimes, his claims of demonic possession, and his ability to taunt and elude the NYPD.

The author David Abrahamsen has 1 book(s) listed on Killer.

Confessions of Son of Sam mentions 1 serial killers including David Berkowitz. The author David Abrahamsen has 1 book(s) listed on Killer. Cloud used for the purpose of documenting facts about Serial Killers listed in our database. This book mentions 1 Serial Killers: David Berkowitz 6 Victims during 2 Years.

Personal Name: Abrahamsen, David, 1903-. Publication, Distribution, et. New York Download book Confessions of Son of Sam, David Abrahamsen. New York. Columbia University Press, (c)1985. Download book Confessions of Son of Sam, David Abrahamsen.

July 31, 2010 History by David Abrahamsen

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Based on fifty hours of personal interviews with Berkowitz, as well as discussions with his family, friends, former teachers, and others, this book describes the emotionally pained life of the mass murderer and details the motive behind his crimes
Comments: (2)
Kearanny
This is a genuine tragedy: the most important book on the subject, psychologically speaking, by the man who called Berkowitz out for not being legally insane is OUT OF PRINT?! If you want to know anything about this case, you absolutely HAVE to study and understand this book. Abrahamsen was a pioneer and a genius; this just shouldn't be the case. A PSYCHOLOGICAL MILESTONE.
Love Me
First off, I did not pay this outrageous price. I ordered one off of a rare-book site for eight bucks. I have another half to read, but I have been so engrossed. It is a must have for any true crime buff or student of psychology. It isn't the same narrative about David Berkowitz; rather; it tries to explain what caused him to become the famed serial killer that stalked New Yorkers in the late 70's. It explains the rough childhood, his learning he was adopted, the crushing blow of learning his true parents didn't want him and, without a doubt, the most fascinating part: STALKING. It is terrifying. He tells of other people he wounded in attempted murders, people who escaped being murderd, and the crimes that placed him behind bars. I strongly reccomend this book (I ALSO RECCOMEND THAT YOU TRY TO GET TIM CAHILL'S BURIED DREAMS, ABOUT GACY. IT IS JUST AS FASCINATING).
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