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Psycho.com: serial killers on the internet

My new book is finally available for purchase. It’s a foray into the world of serial killers who use the internet in some way to commit or promote their crimes.

 

A pair of teens go on a murderous rampage and their exploits are immortalized in the most shocking video ever to circulate the internet, “3 Guys, 1 Hammer

A serial killer with over 100 kills to his name walks free and becomes a Youtube sensation

A psychopath lures victims through online dating to use as “research” for his twisted film project

Serial killers have been with us for decades. The internet has put them in our pockets

Psycho.com is a chilling look at what happens when murderous minds meet modern technology

 

It’s at a super-affordable price right now on Amazon:

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(or search for Eileen Ormsby on your local Amazon page)

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