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Investigators and victims' loved ones share an in-depth look at killers who gained public notoriety when their crimes received media attention.
  • BTK Killer

    Episode 1 - 44 mins
    From the 1970s to the '90s, Dennis Rader lives as a serial killer in Wichita, KS.
  • D.C. Sniper

    Episode 2 - 44 mins
    In 2002, for three weeks, Lee Boyd Malvo and John Muhammad hunt random D.C. residents with a rifle.
  • John Wayne Gacy

    Episode 3 - 44 mins
    John Wayne Gacy murdered 33 males, most of whom he buried in the crawl space beneath his home.
  • The Gainesville Ripper

    Episode 4 - 44 mins
    Before he goes to trial, Danny Rolling unexpectedly pleads guilty to five disturbing murders.
  • Aileen Wournos

    Episode 5 - 44 mins
    Aileen Wuornos gained national attention after she was charged for murdering at least six men.
  • Ken & Barbie Killers

    Episode 6 - 44 mins
    Karla Homolka and her husband, Paul Bernardo, drugged, raped and murdered three teens.

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