Born into Evil destroys the myth of an unbreakable mother – child bond, as it details how a mother emotionally detached herself from her twin sons, from the day they were born.
Born into Evil is not simply a story of parental abuse, it is supported by evidence and details of how an abusive mother was able to portray herself as the victim, despite the fact she was known to be capable of horrendous acts of violence against her own sons. Further, Born into Evil shows how child abuse does not end with the abuser, as often the abuser is able to find many enablers within society to assist them in hiding their dirty little secrets and even support them in continuing their abuse, from family members to professionals charged with protecting their victims.
Born into Evil also highlights the fact that unfortunately evil mothers are not unique, as they exist in numbers far greater than many in society would dare imagine. Mothers are predominately viewed as loving protectors who are willing to lay down their lives for their children, not as the greatest potential risk to the well-being and lives of their own child. However the evidence shows that many mothers are the most dangerous person a young child will encounter and the person most likely to end their life before it has truly begun.