Author Bill Kimberlin, Psy.D. has been researching and writing about death row and the execution process for well over a decade. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice, a Master of Arts degree in Counseling, and a Doctorate in Psychology. Kimberlin began a postdoctoral residency in psychology but was most interested in understanding the worst of the worst criminal minds. This led him to focus on the psychology of those on death row. He has been married to his wife (Wendy) for 30 years and has two amazing children, Bailey and Mackenzie. His family has been the backbone of his never-ending research, and they have been there for him throughout his journey. Kimberlin grew up in Ohio where his father, Jay, still resides. His mother, Etta, to whom his book WATCH ME DIE is dedicated to, passed away in December of 2020. He has one older brother, Jay Jr., who also resides in Ohio. Bill and Wendy currently reside in Florida where they enjoy the sun while continuing to work in their fields of study. He continues to travel to different death rows across the country, interviewing both male and female death row inmates, and has been asked to witness several more executions in various states in the near future.
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