Listen to this brilliant audiobook that presents a groundbreaking theory, explaining the perplexing cases of women who vanish into thin air, leaving behind husbands who seem devoid of empathy or remorse, and manage to evade justice. With over fifty prominent cases examined, including Scott Peterson, the infamous E. Scott Ewing, the notorious Jeffrey MacDonald, and the real-life inspiration behind Theodore Dreiser's An American Tragedy and the subsequent film A Place in the Sun, this audiobook delves into the intriguing phenomenon of eraser killers.
Discover why homicide is shockingly prevalent among pregnant women in America and how these eraser killers meticulously craft elaborate and seemingly foolproof schemes to erase their wives and children from existence. No bodies, no tangible evidence of foul play, and no culpable husbands facing charges—their victims simply cease to exist.
Examining the dark depths of the human psyche, this audiobook introduces a new psychological diagnosis known as the 'dark triad.' This diagnosis encompasses narcissism, a lack of human empathy, and Machiavellianism, shedding light on the chilling callousness displayed by these eraser murderers. Learn how seemingly ordinary men, capable of professing love for their victims, can commit such heinous acts without a shred of remorse, going to grotesque lengths to dispose of their victims' bodies.
By presenting new information and a fresh theory, this audiobook unravels the enigma behind Scott Peterson's motive for killing his wife and unborn child. So, settle in for a captivating twelve-hour and three-minute listen, as Mark Powelson and Marilee Strong, with the captivating narration by Deb Thomas, take you on an enthralling journey into the chilling world of eraser killers. With an audiobook rating of 3.2 out of 5, prepare to be captivated by the sheer audacity of these crimes and the twisted minds that perpetrate them.