Everything you ever wanted to know about Serial Killers but were afraid to ask! Writer Paul Pender , who survived death threats from "Monster Butler" serial killer Roy Fontaine, asks - why are we obsessed with serial killers, in books, films, TV and real life?
Tickets £12 :https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/serial-killers-the-charisma-of-evil-tickets-81353076241
Paul will be revealing new and shocking discoveries from his private investigation into Fred West's murderous trail in Scotland, where West drove an ice cream van for 3 years. He will submit his findings in a dossier to Police Scotland to ask them to open a fresh inquiry into Fred West in the light of this new evidence.
The show made national headlines in the Press and on TV when it premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe. Watch Paul speak on BBC about West : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MS0XbdZpGUY
Come along and be part of the investigation in a beautiful venue dedicated to the creator of Sherlock Holmes!
Also gain new insights into Ted Bundy, the Golden State Killer, The Dating Game Killer, The Night Stalker, The Yorkshire Ripper, The Moors Murderers, Jack the Ripper and many more. With a controversial new take on Bible John.
Entertaining and thought-provoking, with razor-sharp wit and a spattering of gallows humour.
"Relentlessly exciting" - Publishers Weekly
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