The Twilight Rapist – Part 2

In 2009, a serial rapist struck in several small towns in Texas. He was dubbed the Twilight Rapist because his attacks occurred in the early morning hours. This offender became one of the most wanted men in Texas, and a task force was created by the Governor to catch him. Listen as retired FBI profilers Julia Cowley, Angela Sercer, Susan Kossler Drew, and Bob Drew discuss the unusual aspects of this case. Part 2 of 2.

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In 1979, Nicholas Growth and Jean Birnbaum categorized behavioral aspects of sexual offenders into three typologies. They are still widely used today by law enforcement in establishing profiles of serial rapists. Full publication, Men Who Rape: The Psychology of the Offender by Nicholas A. Growth and H. Jean Birnbaum – 1979.

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