12 episodes

For Melissa Moore, 1995 was a nightmare. That’s the year the teenager learned her father, Keith Hunter Jesperson, was a serial killer. It’s also the year Melissa Moore’s doubt spiral began: When you look like your father, and you share his intelligence and charisma, how do you know you’re not a psychopath, too? Happy Face is the story of Keith Hunter Jesperson, his brutal crimes, and the cat and mouse game he played with detectives and the media. But it’s also the story of the horrific legacy he gifted his children. Join Melissa Moore as she investigates her father’s crimes, reckons with the past, and wades through her darkest fears as she hunts for a better future.

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For Melissa Moore, 1995 was a nightmare. That’s the year the teenager learned her father, Keith Hunter Jesperson, was a serial killer. It’s also the year Melissa Moore’s doubt spiral began: When you look like your father, and you share his intelligence and charisma, how do you know you’re not a psychopath, too? Happy Face is the story of Keith Hunter Jesperson, his brutal crimes, and the cat and mouse game he played with detectives and the media. But it’s also the story of the horrific legacy he gifted his children. Join Melissa Moore as she investigates her father’s crimes, reckons with the past, and wades through her darkest fears as she hunts for a better future.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
7K Ratings

7K Ratings

cjhello99 ,

Riveting, but music is horrendous

I’m not one too write reviews. This is a very interesting podcast, but the music is horrible.

Red5_ ,

An interesting story told in the worst way imaginable

The first few episodes detailing Keith’s life and his crimes are a good listen. Over produced for sure, especially with the music, but interesting nonetheless. The vantage point of his own daughter promised for a fascinating look into the life of a monster.

And then it’s all down hill from there.

After that, it’s just episode after episode of Melissa crying and begging people to tell her she’s a good person. It’s really just a nauseating pity party at that point, with no real purpose or integrity.

deletepopcat ,

Claptrap

You couldn’t get that many stupid people together. Not even vaguely believably as truth.

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