7 episodes

What drives people to kill? Criminal Psychologist Dr. Michelle Ward goes behind prison walls to talk face to face with six violent murderers in Investigation Discovery's first ever podcast series, THE MIND OF A MURDERER. Relying on her expertise as a trial consultant, Dr. Ward drills down into each killer’s psyche to reveal the genetic, emotional and psychological components of a homicidal brain. Interwoven with these criminals are her own personal and professional insights and comments from family and friends of both the killer and victim. With first-hand accounts and personal stories you haven’t heard, Dr. Ward and Investigation Discovery successfully and intensely bring you into THE MIND OF A MURDERER.

The Mind of a Murderer Podcast Investigation Discovery

    • News & Politics
    • 4.0, 293 Ratings

What drives people to kill? Criminal Psychologist Dr. Michelle Ward goes behind prison walls to talk face to face with six violent murderers in Investigation Discovery's first ever podcast series, THE MIND OF A MURDERER. Relying on her expertise as a trial consultant, Dr. Ward drills down into each killer’s psyche to reveal the genetic, emotional and psychological components of a homicidal brain. Interwoven with these criminals are her own personal and professional insights and comments from family and friends of both the killer and victim. With first-hand accounts and personal stories you haven’t heard, Dr. Ward and Investigation Discovery successfully and intensely bring you into THE MIND OF A MURDERER.

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
293 Ratings

293 Ratings

garzangelica ,

the mind of a tabloid

sensasionalistic recounting of the murder. no insights.

kristine💋 ,

Boring - couldn’t really get into it

The first 2 episodes were interesting.. but then it got boring after that. She doesn’t really open the mind of a killer like the title says.

Ashestoooashes ,

Like concept - not into the biased side

Great concept. Great sound quality. What would make this better is telling the story factual first - so the audience can put together their own thoughts/feelings. Then at closing report her evaluation. That would be make this so much better.
I don’t like being swayed by opinions. And as she may be a professional, one interview is hard to pick up all these and label them facts. Hope this dynamic changes.

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