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Most Evil – Season 2 – Part 1 (2007)
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Most Evil – Season 2 – Part 1 (2007)

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Dr. Michael Stone uses his own “scale of evil” to rank and measure the depravity found within some of the most deadly criminals of all time. Profiles include: Ted Bundy, Dennis Rader (the “BTK” killer), Aileen Wuornos, Tommy Lynn Sells and Jeffrey Dahmer. Forensic psychiatrists, neurologists and psychologists use scientific evidence to understand the thinking of criminal masterminds. Experts are turning to science hoping to use this information to help prevent future criminal development. After a long hiatus, the series returned in 2014 with fresh episodes hosted by forensic psychologist Kris Mohandie. Also back is the infamous scale, a popular feature with viewers.

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Episode 1: Jealousy

Samuel Collins, Clara Harris, Andrew Cunanan, Agustin Garcia, Ira Einhorn, Jean Harris, Brynn Hartman

What happens when a jealous lover turns into an enraged killer? From impulsive crimes of passion to a terrifying revenge crime spree, Dr. Stone unravels how the psychology of love can become the psychology of murder.


Episode 2: Stalker

Richard Farley, Robert John Bardo, Mark David Chapman, Gerald Atkins

What happens when delusion, obsession, and jealousy collide? What can explain this relentless drive, and what triggers violence in the mind of a stalker? Neuro-psychology is explored on the cases of four notorious stalkers.


Episode 3: Delusional

Herbert Mullin, Diana Dial, Eric Beishline, Michael Owen Perry

Delusional minds are profiled using cutting-edge science that may finally reveal the neurological cause of schizophrenia.


Episode 4: Unsolved Cases

The Lipstick Killer (possibly William Heirens), Black Dahlia (possibly George Hill Hodel), James McVey killers

Dr. Stone’s scale of evil has decoded the complex psychology of the country’s most notorious criminals. But can it be used to reveal new clues for unsolved crimes?


Episode 5: Cult Followers

Ron Luff, Jeffrey Lundgren, Charles Manson, Charles “Tex” Watson, Jim Jones

Dr. Stone unearths the psychology of persuasion to learn why cult members can become active participants in evil.


Episode 6: Spree Killers

Martin Bryant, Charles Whitman, Charles Starkweather, Andrew Cunanan, Yusef Rahman, Seung-Hui Cho

From Charles Whitman, the Texas clock tower sniper, to Charles Starkweather, the real “Natural Born Killer,” science reveals new clues into the psychology behind these seemingly senseless crimes. What links these acts of evil?


Episode 7: Attention Seekers

David Berkowitz, Dennis Rader, Zodiac Killer, Terry Driver, Keith Jesperson

With groundbreaking science on the origins of malignant narcissism, Dr. Stone profiles murderers whose need for glory and control led them to incredible evil to see what causes some people to choose murder as a means to notoriety.


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Episode 8: Masterminds

Edmund Kemper, Ted Bundy, H. H. Holmes, Theodore Kaczynski

What lies at the intersection of evil and intelligence? Dr. Stone, armed with new scientific discoveries on early brain development, analyzes Kemper, Kaczynski, and Kraft to find out what made these killers’ use their cunning for crime.


Episode 9: Revenge

Coy Wayne Wesbrook, Archie McCafferty, Patty Bieber

Dr. Stone probes the science of revenge to profile revenge killers, looking for clues that might shed light on their motives.


Episode 10: Cult Leaders

Shoko Asahara, Adolfo Constanzo, Charles Manson, Jim Jones

Dr Stone analyzes three of the 20th century’s most deadly cult leaders.