'Lovely Bones:' Serial Killers Elude As Ordinary Neighbors

George Harvey was a loner, obsessively compulsive about the dollhouses he created and the young girls he raped and dismembered in an underground lair he built right near a school. Like many real serial killers, Harvey, the fictional character in the 2002 bestseller "The Lovely Bones," lived a seemingly normal life among his neighbors, evading suspicion and cleverly eluding capture. "We can't get past the preconceived notion that these violent offenders should be drooling or have third...Full Story
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