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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.
  • Pablo Escobar

    Episode 1 - 44 mins
    Ruthless drug lord Pablo Escobar turns Columbia into the murder capital of the world.
  • Son of Sam

    Episode 2 - 44 mins
    David Berkowitz, aka the Son of Sam, kills six people in 1976 and brings New York City to its knees.
  • The Boston Strangler

    Episode 3 - 44 mins
    Known as the Boston Strangler, Albert DeSalvo's murder spree claims the lives of 13 women.
  • Bambi Bembenek

    Episode 4 - 44 mins
    Police officer turned killer Laurie Bembenek is convicted of murdering her husband's ex-wife.
  • Osama Bin Laden

    Episode 5 - 44 mins
    Al Qaeda founder Osama Bin Laden orchestrates an attack against the United States on Sept. 11, 2001.
  • The Nurse Killer Richard Speck

    Episode 6 - 44 mins
    In 1966, mass murderer Richard Speck tortures, rapes and murders eight student nurses.

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