Mind of a Monster
A true crime podcast from Investigation Discovery
Take a true look inside the mind of history’s most notorious serial killers—straight from the monsters themselves. With exclusive access to cases and commentary from professional criminal psychologist and host Dr. Michelle Ward, Mind of a Monster brings you insight into the mind of some of the most notorious serial killers throughout history.
Mind of a Monster: Ed Kemper “The Co-Ed Killer” vs. Herbert Mullin, dives into the case of two serial killers operating at the same time in Santa Cruz, CA, and features jaw-dropping, never-before-heard audio recordings from the killers themselves. Dr. Michelle Ward speaks candidly with detectives, experts and witnesses involved in the cases to unravel the shocking investigation of the murders, and provides professional expertise on what might have led Kemper and Mullin to become two of the most notorious killers in history.
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