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    I'm also all about the serial killer shows.

    Love Dexter (even though I'm a couple seasons behind) and The Following.

    I think Criminal Minds is really good too (even though I'm also a season behind).

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    I think it's because I'm interested as to why people do things like that, fascinated by forensic mental health- hoping to get a placement somewhere during my training

















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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 303875
    I think it's because I'm interested as to why people do things like that, fascinated by forensic mental health- hoping to get a placement somewhere during my training
    Well that's your excuse and your sticking to it :wink:









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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 303875
    I think it's because I'm interested as to why people do things like that, fascinated by forensic mental health- hoping to get a placement somewhere during my training
    I'm just slightly warped. For me it started with the Silence of the Lambs movie, many years ago.

    Forensic mental health is very fascinating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foreverducky, post: 303884
    I'm just slightly warped. For me it started with the Silence of the Lambs movie, many years ago.

    Forensic mental health is very fascinating.
    yeah i really like the Silence of the Lambs, did you read the books? as usual they are better than the movie..although the movie is pretty good

















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    Loving the following. Cant figure out how its going to go but cant see how it will be a long running show without people getting bored or it ending up like lost and getting really bizarre.


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    I wanted to be a FBI profiler when I was in high school. I am absolutely fascinated by serial killers.







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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 303888
    yeah i really like the Silence of the Lambs, did you read the books? as usual they are better than the movie..although the movie is pretty good
    Actually I've only read the one, not sure why I haven't read the others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foreverducky, post: 303951
    Actually I've only read the one, not sure why I haven't read the others.
    red dragon was really good. Not so keen on Hannibal but still good. Have you read Michael Crichton's Terminal Man- enjoyed that

















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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 303954
    red dragon was really good. Not so keen on Hannibal but still good. Have you read Michael Crichton's Terminal Man- enjoyed that
    Nope, but I've off to find it on amazon.

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