Part of my post from another thread . . . I've included it here since this forum is dedicated to serial killers specifically. "Radford University's database of over 3500 serial killers is one of the most comprehensive and to-the-point I've seen. It covers their lives from the day they were born in most cases, even including information such as if forceps were used and etc. They have about 200 of the timelines accessible online at http://maamodt.asp.radford.edu/Psyc%..._timelines.htm" Below is an example of how the biographical information is formatted within the timelines.