Scale of Evil, Part 13: Torture Murders

46:43
 
Share
 

Manage episode 277102139 series 1271838
By Prof. Michael Drane. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

In this week's episode, Professor Michael Drane explores the dark minds of those on Level 18 of the Gradations of Evil Scale, developed by Dr's Michael Stone and Gary Brucato.

"Though psychotic, they do not typically prolong their torture. Murder, not torture, is their primary motivation."

Maury Travis, a quiet, unsuspecting man, shocked the St. Louis area after police discovered that he was responsible for the death of over 17 women. Known as the "Bi-State Strangler" or the "Street Walker Strangler", Maury Travis systematically targeted women of color working as prostitutes. He then brought them back to his home, locked them in his torture chamber basement, murdered them, and dumped their bodies in nearby fields.

Stay safe out there friends, and we hope you enjoy the show.

Hosted by Professor Michael Drane of the Unpopular Culture Podcast

Follow us on these platforms:

facebook.com/upcpodcast

instagram.com/upcpodcast

twitter.com/upcpodcast

Pinterest.com/upcpodcast

Unpopular Culture Podcast is a psychology podcast hosted by Professor & Psychoanalyst Michael Drane. With help from professionals in different fields, he seeks to shine a light on the broken underbelly of society.

Listen as he takes on the psychology behind subjects like:

True Crime: serial killers, murders, stalkers, cults, forensic analysis

Psychology: mental illness, social phenomenon, mob mentality, psychoanalysis, etc.

Culture: Sexuality, Satanic Panic, love, Tv analysis, movie analysis.

We are an independent psychology podcast. Help us keep UPC free of ads and on the air. Please consider supporting the show and get access to our "Stalkers Only" archive, and help be a part of the creative process.

250 episodes