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Serial Killers and Psychopaths Night (Live Talk)

June 29 | 19:00

£19

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Do you have the mind of a psychopath? If you’re a fan of the morbid and macabre then you’ll be delighted to know the increasingly popular serial killer talks are returning to The Leadmill. Serial killer expert Cheish Merryweather (as seen on BBC) brings to the stage an all-new talk for 2022… SERIAL KILLERS & PSYCHOPATHS NIGHT! This 2-hour talk will focus on investigating the darkest criminal minds and as always… guaranteed to shock.

Topics include:

– Serial Killer Motivations
We look at the top 10 motivations behind serial murder

– Serial Killer Couples
When romance turns deadly…

– Where are you on the psychopath spectrum?
Live psychopath testing on the night!

– How to defend yourself against a psychopath
Based on the research of Dr. Robert D. Hare – here’s how not to fall into the psychopath’s trap

– Your brain on true crime!
How healthy is binge-watching true crime and will it turn you into a killer?

– Where did all the serial killers go?
We look at the demise in serial killing over the past few decades – and are we due another boom?

– 7 Stages of Evil
Find out the 7 steps to becoming truly evil (…and how to make sure you never go that far!)

Based on psychiatric evaluations, courtroom transcripts, witness testimonies, crime scene evidence and criminal profiles; we will closely detail what goes on in the mind of the most notorious cold-blooded killers.

Running time: 2 hours + interval

Details

Date:
June 29
Doors:
19:00
Cost:
£19
Event Category:

Disabled Access

The Leadmill offers a free companion ticket for disabled customers which must be booked in advance. To apply please email ticketing@leadmill.co.uk with proof of disability once a general admission ticket has been purchased.Examples of accepted proof: Disability Living Allowance (DLA) / Attendance Allowance (AA), Personal Independence Payments (PIPs), Blue Badges & The Access Card. We will review an application without the recommended evidence on a case-by-case basis.