RADIO INTERVIEWS BY AUTHORS OF RJ PARKER PUBLISHING
WITH DR. PETER VRONSKY
WITH ELIZABETH BRODERICK
Canadian Psycho: The True Story of Luka Magnotta by Cara Lee Carter
Murder, necrophilia, dismemberment and an international manhunt – this is the grisly true story of a man with a long history of mental illness and his gruesome attempt to gain notoriety.
The Vampire Next Door by JT Hunter
John Crutchley seemed to be living the American Dream. Good-looking and blessed with a genius level IQ, he had a prestigious, white-collar job at a prominent government defense contractor, where he held top secret security clearance and handled projects for NASA and the Pentagon. To all outward appearances, he was a hard-working, successful family man with a lavish new house, a devoted wife, and a healthy young son.
The Sophie Lancaster Story by Catherine Smyth
While walking through a park at night in Bacup, England, Sophie Lancaster and her boyfriend, Robert Maltby, were brutally attacked by five teenage boys. The beatings and subsequent murder made international news. This book was written by an investigative journalist who became extremely close to the families of the victims. It's a very indepth account of a very sad case.
James Fairweather by Chris Swinney
James Fairweather, 15, Britain's youngest serial killer would have continued to hunt random victims had it not been for an observant dog walker. Eerily, she was also Fairweather's third intended victim. Fueled by the grief of his grandmother's passing and anger from being picked on at school, Fairweather turned to violent video games, horror movies, and pornography to escape reality.
Peter Manuel by Chris Swinney
Peter Manuel killed repeatedly, both random and targeted victims, including men, women, and children, because he enjoyed the rush. As a life-long criminal, Manuel mainly committed property crime. That all changed when his heart was broken. The woman he'd been engaged to called off the wedding and left him, causing Peter to snap.