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‘Interviews with a Serial Killer’ True Crime Author and Criminal Profiler Paul Harrison Shares his Stories

‘Interviews with a Serial Killer’

Monday 27th May 2019

Tyne Theatre & Opera House are excited to welcome criminal profiler and true crime author Paul Harrison to their stage to share his tales in ‘Interviews with a Serial Killer’.


One of the first British policemen to work closely with the FBI Behavioural Science Unit in Quantico, Virginia, Paul Harrison has interviewed over 70 of the world’s worst serial killers and mass murderers to gain insight into their psyche. 

 

Paul has researched, studied and analysed serial killers for over three decades and is now widely regarded as one of the world's top experts on the phenomenon. 


Paul will share some of the more controversial conversations he has had with Britain and the World’s most terrifying killers. Hear 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’s kept in an all-glass cell. Hear Paul discuss the Amityville Murders and his night at the house of horror, and find out what Ronald DeFeo was said to be fearful of.

 

This will be a truly eye-opening and entertaining talk that covers twelve stories and interviews. Accompanied by a visual presentation, covering the history of the individual crimes, and the killer’s story in their own words. Sad, frightening, and at times, funny, hear 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.

 

He has recently had published his first crime fiction novel, Revenge of The Malakim, book one of the Grooming Parlour trilogy.

 

Tickets are priced: £40.50 VIP, £20.50 standard adults, £18.50 concessions. Groups 10+ get 1 free.


Tickets are available now via www.tynetheatreandoperahouse.uk