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EMMA KENNY'S SERIAL KILLER NEXT DOOR
Thu 27 Oct

EMMA KENNY'S SERIAL KILLER NEXT DOOR

Frankwell QuayShrewsburySY3 8FT

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EMMA KENNY
THE SERIAL KILLER NEXT DOOR

In her 5-star rated show, Emma asks the question -"Would you know if you were living next door to a serial killer?". Taking her guests on a journey into the dark side of humanity, Emma explores the ingredient list of experiences that turns regular people into murderous monsters...

A must see for any true crime fan, Emma provides an in-depth analysis of the crimes that shook the world. From Ted Bundy to Joanna Dennehy, Richard Ramirez to Dennis Rader, learn how psychological profiling and other modern police detection methods is helping to apprehend these predators and protect us from their deadly desires.

Join Emma in this entertaining and informative exposé of their warped and depraved world as she separates truth from myth and lifts the lid on some of the most infamous criminals in modern history. Dare you look through the eyes of the psychopaths that walk among us? It could just save your life.

£24.50 | FRIENDS 10% OFF | 2h 40m includes interval 
Thu 27 Oct07:30PM Book
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