Ex-detective’s look at killers is not for the faint of heart

Trevor Marriott
Trevor Marriott

Former detective Trevor Marriott lifts the lid on The Evil Within – The World’s Worst Serial Killers on September 11 at The Chequer Mead Theatre, East Grinstead (7.30pm).

Trevor explains: “The show is a two-hour audio-visual show presented by myself, a retired murder squad detective.

“Having finally concluded my long and protracted cold case investigation into the serial killer Jack the Ripper, I embarked on an extensive study of the cases of some of the worst serial killers from around the world.

“I am the author of the highly-acclaimed best-selling serial killer book titled The Evil Within – The World’s Worst Serial Killers. In the show, I describe and highlight the murders committed by 20 of the world’s worst serial killers, many of which may not be so familiar to the many people who take a great interest in the crimes of serial killers.

“In the show, I feature more than 200 photographs of not only the victims and their killers, but photographs from the original crime scenes, many of which will never have been seen in public before, as well as video clips of interviews with some of these killers.

“I not only portray the killers as the monsters they are, but I go to great lengths to show the errors and bad decisions made by law enforcement officers in allowing some of these killers to roam free to kill again before finally being captured, as well as showing the pain, suffering and anguish the victims must have endured before succumbing to death, and the pain and suffering from the families who had loved ones taken from them in such violent and tragic ways when publicly confronting the killers. This show is not for the squeamish or faint-hearted as many of the photographs shown are of a very graphic nature, which some may find disturbing.

“This show is without a doubt one of the most enthralling and captivating shows ever to be seen in a theatre, and as likely as not, the audience may shed more than a tear or two before the evening ends.”

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