9 episodes

SkB is a true crime podcast through which I metaphorically dissect the serial killer’s brain.

Are you fascinated by the macabre? Oddly obsessed with serial killers? Have you contemplated what it is that leads to the unspeakable depravity exhibited by serial killers like Ed Kemper, Jeffrey Dahmer, Anthony Sowell, or Danny Rolling?

Serial killers captivate us, the horror they wreak fascinates us for we want to understand why they do what they do. Serial killers make us question humanity.

I am your host, Caroline, a university biology professor and true crime junkie. Join me on my quest to understand evil. Throughout each episode I will explore the psychological and physiological elements that contributed to the creation of these monsters. I will tackle the question of nature versus nurture in everyday language, providing simple explanations of complex cognitive and biological processes that shaped the brains of the some of the world’s most heinous serial killers.

Serial Killer Brains Caroline Clark Rivera

    • Comedy
    • 4.6, 25 Ratings

SkB is a true crime podcast through which I metaphorically dissect the serial killer’s brain.

Are you fascinated by the macabre? Oddly obsessed with serial killers? Have you contemplated what it is that leads to the unspeakable depravity exhibited by serial killers like Ed Kemper, Jeffrey Dahmer, Anthony Sowell, or Danny Rolling?

Serial killers captivate us, the horror they wreak fascinates us for we want to understand why they do what they do. Serial killers make us question humanity.

I am your host, Caroline, a university biology professor and true crime junkie. Join me on my quest to understand evil. Throughout each episode I will explore the psychological and physiological elements that contributed to the creation of these monsters. I will tackle the question of nature versus nurture in everyday language, providing simple explanations of complex cognitive and biological processes that shaped the brains of the some of the world’s most heinous serial killers.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
25 Ratings

25 Ratings

StarSharon ,

So much potential here.

This podcast describes itself as addressing the psychological and physiological aspects of each serial killer it examines. The podcast definitely does this. It provides science based insight into the etiological factors affecting the behaviors and mindset of the killer. The podcast needs some professional polish, which I think it will gain as the host gains practice in making her presentation. Listeners that have an educational background in biology, psychology, physiology, sociology, criminology, neuroscience and biochemistry will have an easier time understanding the podcast than those without an education in these scientific fields.

Xianka ,

Interesting subject matter, poor production quality

Caroline Rivera covers really interesting topics, but it’s clear that she’s just reading the reports, and unfortunately is not great at it. There are numerous pauses, misreads and stops and the microphone sound levels for her voice aren’t great.

CarolineRivera108 ,

Awesome

Love the podcast

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