There are few things more chilling than watching what I call a True Psychopath out in the wild, before its been discovered. That’s what you’ll see in this short clip from the HBO documentary The Jinx.
Without knowing it, director Andrew Jarecki describes his subject, Robert Durst, using three of the most common traits found in a True Psychopath; “I found him very engaging. I would say charming. He’s very funny.”
If you truly want a view of psychopathy and body language as it relates to every day life and how those around it interact with it, watch the documentary. I believe it will go down as a classic study of the True Psychopath, not unlike those classic documentaries featuring chimpanzees, rare birds, and once thought to be extinct jungle animals. For the world of psychopathy and research, this is going to be a big deal.