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sherbetbizarre wrote: ↑Sat Jan 11, 2020 4:52 pmPaul Harrison, a British "former police detective" who specialises in "interviewing mass murderers" had a tour and book out last year, until...
https://www.theguardian.com/books/2019/ ... l-harrisonPublishers of a true crime book by an “experienced criminal profiler” have pulled his work from sale, after his claims to have interviewed serial killers including Ted Bundy and Peter Sutcliffe were called into question.
In interviews and at his live events, Harrison has claimed that Sutcliffe told him: “You seem completely indifferent to me. I’m scared of you.” He also claimed to have been present in the final days of Reggie Kray’s life and that he met American serial killers including Bundy and John Wayne Gacy. Harrison said Gacy had sent him paintings of clowns after tracking down his address, before his execution in 1994.
Seven former FBI agents who were at Quantico when Harrison claims to have been there denied knowing who he was or that he would have interviewed Bundy and Gacy. The Kray twins’ former hitman Fred Foreman also said it was unlikely that Harrison would have been present at Kray’s deathbed. “Reggie would never have entertained police,” he said.
The real travesty is that we'll never know whether this following incident ever happened...
https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk ... n-14404935Killers will use a wide range of techniques to try and get the upper hand in a tense meeting.
"I think the weirdest moment I had was with Ronald DeFeo, from the Amityville Murders."
American mass murderer DeFeo was convicted of the 1974 killings of his father, mother, two brothers and two sisters. All six members of his family were found shot dead in their beds.
Harrison remembers: "He was acting like a chicken. He started doing chicken impressions and I'm thinking: this is wrong. This is completely off the wall and I don't know what he's going to do next.
"I just sat there and smiled at him, I didn't laugh. He ran around for a minute or two and then sat down again, because he got no reaction.
"It's just trying to intimidate; assert power and control. That's the kind of thing with that group – it's power and control."
Apparently on his tour you would have learnt-
https://www.thescarboroughnews.co.uk/ne ... ugh-699611what Ronald DeFeo said to be fearful of, when Paul spent the night at the house of horror.
So yeah, I'm not buying the owners allowing him to stay a night...