Serial Killer Talks Returns To Nottingham
How To Raise A Serial Killer
True crime fans in Nottingham will be able to get their fix as the increasingly popular serial killer talks return to Nottingham once again. This time, with an all-new talk about the childhoods of the most notorious serial killers.
Serial killer expert Cheish Merryweather (as seen and heard on BBC) will help explain how an innocent child can grow into a cold-blooded killer.
Taking place at the Canalhouse Bar, on Thursday 28th April; this 2-hour talk will look at the childhoods, adolescence years and shocking crimes of Ed Kemper, Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, Aileen Wuornos, Richard Ramirez, John Wayne Gacy, Peter “Yorkshire Ripper” Sutcliffe, Richard Kuklinski, Fred and Rose West.
There will also be live psychological games to play as the audience finds out if they have the mind of a serial killer.
Cheish said, “Our talks have become so popular and the one question that is asked more than others is: ‘Are serial killers born or made?’ This nature vs nurture debate is one we hope to finally find an answer to on this evening.”
Adding, “Nobody is ‘born evil. We will look at the childhoods, adolescence years and shocking crimes of the following serial killers to determine exactly what went wrong along the way. Revealing the shocking truth of what really took place behind closed doors”
Speaker: Cheish Merryweather
Whats On In Nottingham are delighted to be able to offer our followers a 10% discount off this Serial Killer Talk, simply use the discount code “WHATSNOTTS10” when purchasing your tickets online
Listings: 1 PERFORMANCE ONLY:
Thursday 28th April @ 7pm
Running time: 120 minutes (+15 minute interval) Age recommendation: 16+ Venue – 48-52 Canal Street, Nottingham, England, NG1 7EH
Box Office: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-to-raise-a-serial-killer-nottingham-tickets-256311443427
Tickets: £18 (+ booking fee) £9 NHS/Student
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