Whitley Strieber and Katherine Ramsland have known each other for years, and when she published her classic about real vampires in, Whitley interview her on Dreamland, during which he told a story about a reporter who told him that she had discovered real vampires–and then disappeared.

She has never been found.

Here, Whitley and Katherine update that incredibly strange story, then talk about serial killers. The discussion relates to our recent program about missing people, because it turns out that there are many people who are found mysteriously killed, and the killers are never found. It really makes you wonder what is actually happening out there. Are serial killers all just normal people…or are they people at all?
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FBI profilers have recently identified several serial killers as being white?when they were actually black?which may have delayed their capture. Since race is one of the easiest ways to identify someone, police departments want to figure out how to identify a suspect’s race from DNA evidence left at the crime scene.

You’d think that this would be easy to do but it’s not. For one thing, despite their appearances, most people are a mixture of several different races. Researcher Tony Frudakis has invented a technology that breaks the ethnicity of a murder suspect down by percentage. It hasn’t made an error in more than 3,000 blind tests.
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Psychologists in Wales have created a simple psychological test to identify potential psychopaths who could become serial killers. Right now, all we have is profilers, and recently they’ve identified some serial killers as white, when they’ve turned out to be black.
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