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    America’s Serial Killers: Portraits in Evil (2009)

    America’s Serial Killers: Portraits in Evil will strip the covers from a world of profiling, forensic science and painful investigation as history’s most brutal serial killers are exposed. Wars have terrorized entire populations for thousands of years. The American West was home to ruthless killers who were idolized in fiction and folklore. Evil evolved […]

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    BTK Confession (2005)

    Dennis Rader’s trial on the 10 counts of first degree murder was set for June 27, 2005. As the date approached with no news of a postponement, speculation erupted about what Rader was up to. It became apparent that he would use that appearence to formally plead guilty, and he did so. The event […]

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    Martin Kemp’s Murder Files – Season 1 (2016)

    Martin Kemp’s Murder Files provides a detailed account of crimes and a step-by-step forensic analysis as to how evil killers were eventually identified. Using archive footage, reconstruction and expert testimony their crimes are laid bare whilst detectives, journalists, friends and leading criminologists offer a rare insight into the methods and motives of the most […]

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    Most Evil – Season 1 (2006)

    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 […]

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    Most Evil – Season 2 – Part 1 (2007)

    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 […]

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    The BTK Killer (2012)

    National Geographic The BTK Killer: In one of the most significant CSI developments of the 20th Century, British investigators caught and convicted a murderer using DNA screening for the first time. Colin Pitchfork raped and murdered 15-year old Leicestershire schoolgirls Lynda Mann in 1983 and Dawn Ashworth in 1986. Find out how similar DNA […]

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    The BTK Strangler (2008)

    In 1974, a man identifying himself as the BTK (Bind, Torture, Kill) Strangler started a killing spree in Kansas spanning the next two decades. He managed to kill ten people while eluding an intense manhunt by police. After a 13-year lull, he reemerged in 2004 through a disturbing letter to the media that ultimately […]