Evil comes in many guises-never more clearly than in the seemingly inexplicable activities of serial and mass murderers as exemplified by Jack the Ripper in Victorian London and Son of Sam in modern New York.

William Tatum sees a fatal loss of belief in what the English Prayer book calls 'the Devil and all his works' and at no time is the Devil more successful than when urging someone to commit the ultimate crime-murder.

William Tatum detects amazing similarities between some mass murderers' methods and stated motives. They sometimes even use the same codewords and symbols and have similar handwriting. Not only does he recognize the Devil's hand but identifies specific demons who are performing their master's relentless work against God.

"This book was conceived in the crucible of love"

William David Tatum

Forensic Theologian


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