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The following is a quote from the Neglected Books (http://neglectedbooks.com/?p=241) regarding The Incredible Charlie Carewe: “[. . . . ]  A year later, Doubleday released her first novel, The Incredible Charlie Carewe. Although it suffers some of the typical construction problems of a first novel, The Incredible Charlie Carewe is a remarkable work that demonstrates […]

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. . . yet sometimes I wonder whether these malignant brutes may not be the mutation that survives on this planet in this age.  This age of technology and murder-for-empire.  Maybe the softies will have to go, and the snake-hearted will inherit the Earth.  Now, I’m betting on the democracies.  But we’re living in an […]

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Here are the searches I’ve been found by.  I find it interesting what people search for regarding sociopathy, perhaps it will interest others.  By far the most interest are in the spectacular criminal sociopaths such as Rodney Alcala, Michael Swango, Stacey Castor, etc.  Perhaps because they appear so human, but their behavior is so alien.  […]

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This is the first time I’ve ever seen this search.  All I can say, the most extreme female sociopath I’ve ever known said cats and dogs hated her.  Was this just something unique to her or do dogs and cats have some innate sense of fairplay?  Did they recognize her as a rapacious, reptilian-minded predator?  […]

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For those unfamiliar with her or her thinking I’ve summarized her thinking in two sentences (as I understand it, or perhaps just the area of interest to myself).  First, individuals when they become parents, all too often, seek to answer their own psychological neediness by “feeding” off the child, rather than answering the child’s own […]

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Early LTTEs

1995 To the NY Times Book Review: Walter Walker, in his Oct. 22 review of Ann Rule’s Dead by Sunset, did the public a disservice in not identifying Brad Cunningham as a probable sociopath. He seems to share a widespread reluctance to use that term. It is as though there is a dangerous fish in […]

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