In 1990, Pat Brown rented a room to someone who turned out to be a suspect in the murder of a female jogger. She warned law enforcement of her suspicions. When her local police proved ineffective at investigating the crime, her frustration led her to become a criminal profiler. In 1996, she founded the Sexual Homicide Exchange. Her time is dedicated to helping the families of homicide victims, and assisting law enforcement with unsolved cases around the country. She is also working to improve the present system of serial homicide investigation. In addition, Pat Brown serves up tough love for people who glamorize murders in her first book, "Killing for Sport: Inside the Minds of Serial Killers."
Nationally known criminal profiler and author Pat Brown shared tips for parents on how to keep their children (particularly their daughters) out of harm's way, as well as discussed the characteristics of serial killers and psychopaths. She believes there's been a rise of psychopathy in the United States, due to the breakdown of the family and rampant narcissism. First hour guest, researcher Bev Harris shared updates on voting system issues in the United States. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half of the show, criminal profiler Pat Brown discussed profiling techniques, and a variety of serial killer and murder cases. In the latter half of the program, Robert Moss, the pioneer of Active Dreaming, talked about whether we can we really "hack" into dreams like in the new movie Inception, and the concept of "shared dreaming." ... More »Host: George Noory
An expert in the study of serial killers, Pat Brown, shared her blunt and controversial approach to crime prevention and criminal profiling. ... More »Host: Barbara Simpson