The Mad Bomber
Mad Bomber, as the papers and police titled him, had been planting
bombs in New York City for almost 16 years, but, in 1956, the bombings
became deadlier and more frequent. Police Commissioner Kennedy called
for “the greatest manhunt in the history of the Police Department.”
consulted with criminologist/psychiatrist, Dr. James Brussels, to
create what was essentially one of the earliest criminal profiles.
Let's travel back to December 2, 1956 to learn about a moment in law enforcement history.