This article focused on the effect that the public has on victims’ families. We commonly think of serial killers and something so random it is fascinating. However, this article took a deeper look at the effects. The public has begun to glorify serial killers. From creating television shows about them to writing books, to dressing up like them for Halloween, people are constantly glorifying killers without even realizing it. This interest, like anything, has effects. Basically, the families are struggling with the constant attention and media when they are trying to grieve. The article also discussed how there were some positive aspects of the media. Condolences were none stop and people reached out. However, several people are still very bothered. The question has to be asked, will people begin to crave fame so much that they result to acts of violence? The fame people receive because of their terrible actions must make us ask that question. Furthermore, even larger corporations are glorifying serial killers. Newspapers have killers faces on the cover, Netflix is creating television shows about them, and children are being raised in a world where they are worshiped.