Psychology of Killing takes a speculative look at the Beltway Sniper case. The events that frightened Americans beyond description is analyzed and compared to other notorious killers. The Author used techniques that the Federal Bureau of Investigation employs to solve esoteric cases, called ‘anagrams.’ This book decodes in vivid detail a clue that was left behind at Benjamin Tasker Middle School in Bowie, Maryland on October 7th, 2002. The author attended the Sniper Trial in Virginia Beach and the anagram never came out in court. Dr. Kenneth H. Bridges was murder during the sniper spree, but little has been mentioned about his ‘nationalistic movement’ (Matah) designed to empower African-Americans on an economic level. Psychology of Killing elucidates how Dr. Bridges may have been a victim of an international conspiracy designed to prevent the rise of a black messiah. Throughout the book a secret society from Yale University (Skull & Bones) is mentioned and the hidden pieces to the puzzle come together when the anagram is used to decode a mysterious message. Dr. Bridges was gunned down in Fredericksburg, Virginia near the Mata River. At first his murder looked coincidental or random at best, until his name is discovered in an anagram. In addition, it becomes obvious that the sniper was allowed to kill innocent people in order to influence the American people to go to war with Iraq, and that some of the murders were orchestrated by a mysterious entity that left hidden clues. For the first time the Pentagon got involved by flying recognizance missions over civilian populations, which is a violation of the Posse Commitatus Act of 1878. The American government and its military branch watchedeach murder take place and knew the identity of the sniper the entire time, but decided not to arrest him because each murder was used to justify going to war with Iraq, and generally made Americans suspicious of all Muslims. Although this sounds ridiculous the intrigue becomes even more mind-boggling when it is revealed that the sniper professed to be of the Muslim faith. When the American people discovered that John Allen Muhammad was a convert to the Nation of Islam, a gulf war veteran, a smuggler of illegal aliens, war with Iraq became inevitable. This book shows how the White Box Truck was simply a decoy that allowed more body bags to pile up, and how criminal profilers got it all wrong when saying the “killers were white.” The police knew all along that the car was a late model Caprice because they watched it run through red lights after each murder. To add insult to injury, the conscious few were amazed to find out that the car at one point was used in undercover operations and belonged to the police department. The killers bragged about belonging to a secret order that were assigned to recover explosives stolen from the military and John Malvo wore a sniper shirt. This book shows how they may have been telling the truth.