Dr. Katherine Ramsland teaches forensic psychology at DeSales University in Pennsylvania and has published more than 50 books, including The Criminal Mind, The Human Predator, The CSI Effect, The Forensic Science of CSI, A Voice for the Dead, and Ghost: Investigating the other Side. She writes regular features on forensics and serial murder for Court TV's Crime Library and is considered an international expert on serial killers. She combines an interest in the supernatural with intensive research on crime, and sometimes these topics join in some surprising ways.
In the first half, Katherine Ramsland, director of the Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Program at DeSales University, discussed her most recent work studying Dennis Rader, the B.T.K. killer who remained on the loose for thirty years. In the latter half, exopolitics pioneer...More »
Prof. Barbara Oakley joined Ian Punnett to discuss how some people may be too kind for their own good - eventually causing great pain and tragedy for themselves and their loved ones. In the first hour, forensic psychology expert Dr. Katherine Ramsland talked about the Long...More »
Ian Punnett welcomed two guests, Jim Bell during the second hour and Minister Lindsey Williams in the 3rd hour, for a discussion on the Gulf oil crisis as well as alternative energy. In the first hour, forensic psychologist Dr. Katherine Ramsland discussed the Joran Van Der...More »
Appearing during the middle two hours, leading expert in the world of secret intelligence, Gordon Thomas discussed the history of two British Intelligence agencies, MI5 and MI6. First hour guest, author and forensic psychology teacher Dr. Katherine Ramsland shared updates...More »
Ian was joined by forensic psychologist and prolific author Katherine Ramsland for a discussion on serial killers and mass murderers. In the first hour, Lamar Waldron presented new info on the Martin Luther King assassination.More »
James Szubski revealed how the electromagnetic environment of the Columbia River Gorge might play a role in people experiencing unusual phenomena. In the first hour, legendary Doors drummer John Densmore reflected on the band's music and legacy.