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When police in Equador arrested a 31-year-old man whom they called the “Monster of the Andes,” the disappearance of 300 little girls in the previous three years appeared to have been solved. The girls were raped, strangled, and hurriedly buried at a rate of two a week, every week, between 1978 and 1980 in Peru, Colombia, and Equador. The man confessed to raping and murdering 110 girls in Equador, 100 in Colombia, and “many more than 100 in Peru” (Latner, 1980, p. 4). The tall, soft-spoken man’s name is Pedro Alonzo Lopez.

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Joan Swart, PsyD

Joan Swart, PsyD

Forensic Psychologist | Business Developer at Open Forest LLC
Joan is a forensic psychologist, lecturer, and author of “Treating Adolescents with Family-Based Mindfulness” published by Springer in 2015 and “Homicide: A Forensic Psychology Casebook” published by CRC Press in 2016. She is a business developer at Open Forest LLC. Open Forest LLC provides online psychoeducation and self-help programs aimed at improving many conditions, including depression, anxiety, ADHD, and mindfulness.
Joan Swart, PsyD

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Joan Swart, PsyD
Joan Swart, PsyD

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