Wednesday, April 29, 2015
7 - 8:30 pm
Nelson Performing Arts Auditorium
An Evening with John Douglas,
F.B.I. Criminal Profiler
Legendary profiler and F.B.I. Investigative Support Unit founder, John Douglas, will speak at the Northwest College Nelson Performing Arts Auditorium on Wednesday, April 29 at 7:00 pm.
John Douglas confronted, interviewed, and studied hundreds of serial killers and assassins, including Charles Manson, Richard Speck, John Wayne Gacy, David Berkowitz (Son of Sam), and James Earl Ray, to understand their motives and motivations, to get inside their minds. He examines crime scenes and creates profiles of the perpetrators, describing their habits and predicting their next moves. He has hunted some of the most notorious and sadistic criminals of our time: the Trailside Killer in San Francisco, the Atlanta child murderer, the Tylenol poisoner, the man who hunted prostitutes for sport in the woods of Alaska, and Seattle's Green River killer.
As founder and chief of the F.B.I.'s Investigative Support Unit - the team that tackles the most baffling and senseless of unsolved violent crimes - John Douglas is the man who ushered in a new age in crime analysis and criminal profiling. Douglas' work has been showcased in many television shows including Criminal Minds, The Profiler, and CSI. In addition, he was the inspiration for the character Jack Crawford in the film "The Silence of the Lambs."
Douglas is an author of numerous national bestsellers; "Journey Into Dark Darkness" and "Mind Hunter." A veteran of the Air Force, Douglas holds a Doctor of Education degree.
TICKETS: SOLD OUT
CAUTION: Material in the presentation will be graphic and is intended for a mature audience.
Interview with John Douglas on Hannibal Lecter.