Lethal Ladies

@article{Farrell2011LethalL,
  title={Lethal Ladies},
  author={A. Farrell and R. Keppel and Victoria B. Titterington},
  journal={Homicide Studies},
  year={2011},
  volume={15},
  pages={228 - 252}
}
Serial murderers are rare offenders, and this, coupled with challenges to accessing data about them, poses a significant challenge to empirical investigation. It is also true that female serial murderers are thought to be rarer than their male counterparts and have often been excluded from being labeled “serial murderers” due to narrowly constructed definitions. Thus, female serial murderers are an even more elusive population to study. The results of this exploratory analysis, using newspaper… Expand
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