The Minds of Serial Rapist Billy Milligan

No one has “multiple personality disorder” anymore. It was renamed Dissociative Identity Disorder in 1994 to reflect a more accurate understanding of what happens to the person suffering from it. We now know that someone with DID doesn’t grows a host of new personalities the way a tree might grow new leaves. It’s more like the DID sufferer’s core identity splits or fragments, often in response to trauma. Dissociative…

Forensic psychologist/private investigator//author of serial killer book. Passionate about victim’s rights, the psychology of true crime, and criminal justice.

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Joni E. Johnston, Psy. D.

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Forensic psychologist/private investigator//author of serial killer book. Passionate about victim’s rights, the psychology of true crime, and criminal justice.

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