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Mock Behavioral Research Paper
On Hamilton Howard “Albert” Fish
AJS/584
Professor Steven Hoenig
3-14-2016

Serial killers is a person that kill three or more people in a short amount of time. He or she murder one after another in a similar way with an inactive period between each murder. The motivation for murdering an adult or child is based on psychological gratification. The serial killer is normally an adult white male in his late twenties, who has killed four or more individuals in separate incident with an inactive period between. It is impossible to tell just by looking at a person who will become a serial killer, the traits of some criminals or serial killers appear to be similar most of the time. The types of behaviors
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Albert Hamilton Fish, known as the Gray man and the boogey man was born in Washington, DC on May 19, 1870, to Randall Fish. He was 43 years older than his mother and Fish was the youngest child and he had three living siblings: Walter, Annie, and Edwin Fish. Many family member had mental illness. His mother put him into an orphanage and Hamilton wanted to be called “Albert” because that was the name he was given by the orphanage where he spent many of his childhood years. He was frequently whipped and beaten there, and eventually realized that he enjoyed physical pain. The beatings would often give him erections, for which the other orphans teased him.
By 1879, his mother got a government job and was able to look after him. However, his various experiences before this had affected him. He started a homosexual relationship in 1882, at the age of 12, with a telegraph boy. The youth also introduced Fish to such practices as drinking urine and coprophagia, which refers to many kinds of feces eating, including eating feces of others species. Fish began

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