Crime Library: Criminal Minds and Methods

John Rulloff: The Genius Killer


Bailey, Richard W. Rogue Scholar: The Sinister Life and Celebrated Death of Edward Rulloff.  Ann Arbor, MI University of Michigan Press, 2003.

Lang, Susan.  "A Case for Brains: Cornell's Cerebral Display gets Refurbished Home," May 5, 2006.

Articles from The New York Times, including:

"Desperate Encounter with Burglars in Binghamton"

"The Binghamton Murder — Arrest of the Third Burglar, Aug 25, 1870.

"The Rulloff Trial: Opening Day's Proceedings," Jan 3, 1871.

"The Forging of the Chain of Circumstance around the Prisoner," Jan. 9, 1871.

"Closing Proceedings in the Great Case at Binghamton," Jan, 12, 1871.

"How the Binghamton Murderer Employs his Time,"

"Recreations of a Murderer," Jan. 25, 1871.

"The Missing Daughter of the Murderer Rulloff — An Improbable Story," Jan. 26, 1871.

"An Illustration of his Hard Luck," April 3, 1871.

"Rulloff Doomed," April 6, 1871.

"The Flight across the River," April 7, 1871.

"Professor Mather's Account of his Interview with Him — His Zeal as a Philologist," April 23, 1871.

"The Commission to Ascertain Rulloff's Lunacy," May 7, 1871.

Ramsland, Katherine.  The Human Predator: A History of Forensic Investigation and Serial Murder, Berkley, 2005.

Rulloff's pub brochure, Ithaca, New York. 

"Cayuga Lake," The Ithaca Journal.

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