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"According to psychiatric records, Henley - Vickers - came from a broken home, abused child. Police were always being called in to break up fights. State finally got custody of him during his formative years. It was then that Henley came to believe God was on his side and would always take care of him. Then when the state kicked him out on the street, Henley came to believe that God had deserted him. And that's when he turned to Satan."
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Joe Vickers
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Joe Vickers
Aliases: Joe Henley
Continuity: Psycho Cop
Type: Main character
Gender: Male
1st appearance: Psycho Cop (1989)
Actor: Bobby Ray Shafer

Joe Vickers is a fictional serial killer featured in the Psycho Cop film franchise. He was played by actor Bobby Ray Shafer and was the central antagonist in the 1989 film Psycho Cop as well as its 1993 sequel Psycho Cop Returns.

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  • The character of Joe Vickers was created by writer/director Wallace Potts. He was largely inspired by the killer featured in the 1988 film Maniac Cop.

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