A top investigator who has worked with the FBI is sharing conversations he had with some of the world’s most terrifying killers at Pyramid this June
Saturday 29 June 2019, doors 7.15pm, starts 8pm, £20/£18
Pyramid, Palmyra Square South, Warrington, WA1 1BL
Tickets and information 01925 442345
One of the first British policemen to work closely with the FBI Behavioural Science Unit in Quantico, Virginia, Paul Harrison has interviewed more than 70 of the world’s worst serial killers and mass murderers to gain insight into their psyche.
Visit Pyramid on Saturday 29 June to find out why the Yorkshire Ripper was “scared” of him, learn what drove Robert Maudsley, the UK’s real life Hannibal Lecter, to kill, and why he is kept in an ‘all glass’ cell.
In this gripping talk, Paul will also discuss the infamous Amityville Murders, revealing what killer Ronald DeFeo was said to be fearful of and what happened when Paul spent a night at the house of horror.
Interviews with a Serial Killer is a truly eye-opening and entertaining talk which covers twelve stories and interviews, accompanied by a visual presentation covering the history of the individual crimes and the killers’ stories in their own words.
Sad, frightening and at times funny, this event will explore how serial killers perceive themselves, their victims and their actions.
Paul is regarded as an expert on serial killer profiling; as a consultant on the subject, he regularly works with authors and film and television production companies.
He is the author of 34 books, mainly true crime, and has recently had published his first crime fiction novel, Revenge of The Malakim, book one of The Grooming Parlour Trilogy.
Interviews with a Serial Killer gives a unique opportunity to delve deeper into the dark reality of the mind of a serial killer.
Tickets are on sale now; visit pyramid.culturewarrington.org or call Box Office on 01925 442345.
For more information or interview requests, please contact Rebecca Mundy, Press & Communications Officer, on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01925 443255