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If there were not actual cases as the foundation, studying or learning criminal psychology would be boring and difficult. The Cases That Haunt Us can make you feel as if you’re reading a detective novel, but compared to other books or TV shows, the description in this book is more real and bloody. You will have a thorough analysis to the famous murder cases that have long been highly controversial and confusing in the criminal history of United States.