On Tuesday, January 26, Morning Mix host Randy Hugg spoke with Lorain County Community College psychology professor Dr. Bill Kimberlin about his new book, which takes you into the minds of death row inmates. The book, Watch Me Die, contains Kimberlin’s findings in nearly a decade of studies to give the public information to make an informed, unbiased decision on the issue of capital punishment.
The 8-minute discussion also included Dr. Kimberlin discussing the unsolicited artwork and mail he receives from inmates sentenced to death from around the country. Some of the artwork is quite beautiful, while other pictures are chilling and somewhat disturbing. Dr. Kimberlin does not conduct many interviews with the media, so we’re giving you another chance to hear it. CLICK HERE to listen to the interview on demand
Dr. Kimberlin’s book is available through online retailers, such as Amazon, and through the website of his publisher, Green Ivy Publishing.
Bill will be having his first book signing on February 22nd from 5:00pm-7:00pm at J-Bistro, downtown Sandusky. Gary and Diane Ackerman are hosting the event which will be open to the public. There will be books available there for those who still want them.