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Most Evil – Season 2 – Part 2 (2008)

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STORYLINE


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 11: Manson

Charles Manson, Susan Atkins, Charles “Tex” Watson, Leslie Van Houten, Patricia Krenwinkel

Retrace the investigation of Charles Manson and how he convinced young, middle-class men and women to commit unthinkable acts of violence. Dr. Stone speaks with two of Manson’s followers to gain insight into his power.


Episode 12: Super Delusional

Michael Owen Perry, Joseph Kallinger, Leonard Lake, Diana Dial, Colin Ferguson, Michael McDermott

Killers’ minds make irrational connections that result in horrifying acts of evil. Dr. Stone explores the nature of delusions and how they impact the twisted minds of killers that create false realities that lead to violence.


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Episode 13: Schemers

Diane Downs, Michael Swango, Randy Kraft, John Edward Robinson, Martha Ann Johnson

See how scheming killers, Liars and con artists use their intelligence to get away with murder; while deceiving their families, friends and the public. Dr. Stone evaluates the cases of individuals who have planned and schemed to commit heinous crimes.


Episode 14: Vampires/Cannibals

Armin Meiwes, Andrei Chikatilo, Richard Chase, Rod Ferrell, Jeffrey Dahmer

Cannibals, vampires; murderers who feed on humans. Driven by desires and delusions, these criminals not only kill they also consume flesh and drink blood. Dr. Stone explores three cases in hopes to discover what motivates these heinous crimes.


Episode 15: Women

Dorothea Puente, Judith Neelley (Alvin and Judith Neelley), Betty Broderick, Latasha Pulliam

Do women kill less than men, or does the stereotype of being the gentler sex enable them to get away with more heinous crimes? Women who kill often target those closest to them. Dr. Stone’s examination of murderous women highlights who is most evil.


Episode 16: Redemption

Billy Wayne Sinclair, Karla Faye Tucker, Archie McCafferty, Daniel Nieto

Dr. Stone explores the possibility for killers to reform and change their lives. He uses his scale to determine if evil is a constant state or if redemption is possible.


Episode 17: Gangs

Richard Kuklinski, Philadelphia Poison Ring, Ismael Cisneros, Joseph Salcedo, Ervil LeBaron

Gangs lure members with promises of respect, money and power. From armed robbery to murder, they are responsible for some of the most brutal crimes. Forensic psychiatrist, Dr. Michael Stone examines the world’s deadliest gangsters.


Episode 18: The Killer’s Brain

Samuel Collins, Clara L. Harris, Diane Downs, David Berkowitz, Richard Chase, Edmund Kemper, Susan Atkins, Charles “Tex” Watson, Leslie Van Houten, Patricia Krenwinkel

What makes a murderer? Can malfunctions in the brain compel someone to extreme cruelty? Are killers born or are they made? This hour follows Columbia University forensic psychiatrist Dr. Michael Stone on his journey to better understand why people kill.


Episode 19: Face to Face

Coy Wayne Wesbrook, Ron Luff, Diana Dial, Daniel Nieto

Brutal killers. What motivates their heinous crimes? In this hour, Columbia University forensic psychiatrist Dr. Michael Stone uses face to face one-on-one interviews to gain insight into the motives, methods and minds of murderers.


Episode 20: Tracking Killers

Andrew Cunanan, Keith Jesperson, Black Dahlia Murderer

How do you track a killer? In this hour, Dr. Michael Stone, forensic psychiatrist at Columbia University, follows in pursuit of evil. He examines the process involved in identifying and capturing vicious killers.

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