It’s a twisted love story that unspools like a film noir, where lust and obsession lead to murder and a classic double cross. This original series from Dateline’s Keith Morrison takes us into the troubled mind of a young man, and the cold heart of a woman who needed her husband dead. If only she could find someone “man enough” to do the deed... Follow and subscribe now and join us for the first two episodes on June 14th.
1 - ‘Til Death Do Us Part
An impressionable young man falls under the spell of a persuasive older woman with a problem to solve.
2 - Double Indemnity
Besotted with Patty, Jaime agrees to a horrifying request. But can he go through with it?
3 - A Long and Twisted Road
The moment for murder had arrived. But could Jaime go through with it?
4 - It Wasn’t Dirt
After discovering evidence of a horrific crime at Ron Presba’s home, detectives question a defiant suspect.
5 - Prelude to a Double Cross
Jaime returns to California for questioning. But Patty has another plan in mind…
6 - A Silhouette with a Gun
Three shots fired, and the truth about Ron’s murder is revealed.
Great story, terrible ending
The story is so well told with enough details to have us imagine what was seen by the victims and guilty. This is one of those stories where not only do we have innocent and guilty but one is both. The monster in this story manipulates a man-boy and knows exactly how to get him to do what she needs him to in order to live a life without working hard again. Jaime in this situation is the classic case of what happens when a child doesn’t have his mother’s love and searches his whole life for it, only to find a user and abuser who leaves a trail of victims in her path. Keith does his research and views the scene photos himself, asks the victims and guilty questions to get more info for us and asks the right ones. He tells stories like a story book but without the fluff from fairytales. His sarcasm is noted and adds to the tone. I hope Ron’s girls heal over time and Jaime finds help through therapy. Both saw how wonderful Ron was and his legacy left.
Story Draws You In
Looking back, I’m surprised they were able to make as many episodes as they did to tell this story but it was one of the better ones and the information was laid out in a way you really don’t know how it will end.
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