Welcome To Crime Traveller

A website focused on exploring true crime, criminal behaviour and the criminal mind and brain through research and psychology. Taking a journey through criminality, Crime Traveller is an engaging mix of scientific research, topical discussion articles, educational resources and true crime articles looking at specific crimes and criminals navigating the fields of criminal psychology, criminology and forensic psychology.

Crime Traveller aims to provide:

❖ An online resource for the scientific research into crime, criminal behaviour, the criminal mind and criminal justice. Making the studies published in academic journals accessible through engaging and interesting articles highlighting what these studies tell us and why it is important.

❖ An informative and educational resource on criminal cases, true crime stories, crimes from history and some of the key groups of criminals and types of crime, including serial murder and family homicide, and an exploration of the criminal mind.

❖ Informational and analytical articles discussing some key issues in these fields such as the criminal justice system, juvenile crime, neurocriminology and criminal profiling.

❖ A revealing look at true crime literature with in-depth reviews of books in the true crime genre, from real crime stories and historical crime to policing, forensic science and criminal psychology.

Crime Traveller’s Author

Crime Traveller is authored, edited and navigated by Fiona Guy, a criminal psychology writer and researcher with a particular focus on the dark side of human nature. With both a BSc and an MSc, Fiona has studied psychology for over a decade and has spent a number of years working within scientific research and in the management of third sector substance misuse and mental health services. Fiona also regularly writes on true crime for Sword & Scale, an internet radio podcast and blog covering the criminal underworld and the minds that carry out some of the most despicable and unthinkable actions.

You can contact Fiona through the Crime Traveller Contact Page.

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