Killer Essay Topics

The most dangerous game

General Zaroff’s refined emotions conceal a disturbing desire to inflict suffering and death for his own amusement. In many ways, Zaroff considers himself a god who can go about life as he pleases. Zaroffs’s madness stems from a life of wealth, luxury, and militarism, which inflate his ego and sense of entitlement and impose few… View Article

Serial killer

Michael Swango is a former medical doctor punished to complete for life sentence in federal prison for deliberately taking lives of more than sixty patients under his care. He has asserted in his own words that his notorious serial killing spree started in 1983. This research paper aims investigate and analyze Michael Swango in the… View Article

Male Serial Killer

Serial killing definition has posed some difficult fundamental complications because it encompasses varied forms and it results from many different mental states. Serial murder is defined as the “unlawful” repetitive killing of many victims over a long period of time by an individual or, (rarely) by a group of individuals. The relationship between the offender… View Article

Serial Killers: The Evil Inside

Serial killers may live seemingly average lives, but they are con men/women. Their childhood, mental disorders, and social standing affect the very aspect of who they are. Serial killers may seem to live normal lives, but behind their mask is true evil lurking in the shadows. Serial killers come from all walks of life. Anyone… View Article

Duffy and pugh

In Carol Ann Duffy’s poem, ‘education for leisure’ and Sheenagh Pugh’s, ‘she was nineteen and she was bored’, both poets look on modern society in a negative way. Both poems look at the themes of suffering and unhappiness when cast out from society.which are two states that are inextricably linkable. Unhappiness can come as a… View Article