Join me as I dive into some of the most fascinating and thought provoking true crime stories told one chapter at a time. Kidnappings, murders, mysterious disappearances, serial killers, celebrity crime and more will be covered.
Hookups from Hell: Takahiro Shiraishi "The Twitter Killer"
A serial killer preys on vulnerable women in Tokyo, Japan. He will meet his victims on Twitter. (Caution: This episode contains the subject of suicide.)
Hookups from Hell: Wade Ridley - The Match.com Murderer
Two women meet a man on Match.com. After they end the relationship, he vows deadly revenge.
Hookups from Hell: Mark Twitchell "The Dexter Killer"
A Canadian man, inspired by the television show Dexter, lures his murder victims through online dating sites.
Serial Predator: Curtis Dean Anderson - Part 3
In Part 3 of this miniseries, Curtis Dean Anderson confesses to a high-profile missing child case. He would be investigated for a series of abductions and murders of children in Northern California. Was he a serial killer as he claimed or was it just another manipulation by this serial predator?
Serial Predator: Curtis Dean Anderson - Part 2
In part two of this miniseries the bravery of an 8-year-old girl unmasks a serial predator named Curtis Dean Anderson. He would be linked to the disappearance of Xiana Fairchild.
Serial Predator: Curtis Dean Anderson - Part 1
A 7-year-old goes missing from Vallejo, California in 1999. It would be some time before Xiana Fairchild would be linked to a serial predator who would ultimately be connected to several missing and murdered women and children in Northern California and beyond. This is the first part of a month-long series about serial predator Curtis Dean Anderson.
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