Between 1980 and 1982, a serial killer was terrorizing Minneapolis residents. He became known as the “Weepy-Voiced Killer” due to the emotional phone calls he would make to police following his murders, begging them to catch him.
Over the course of two years in the early 1970s, Santa Rosa, California, was terrorised by an unidentified serial killer. He was dubbed the “Santa Rosa Hitchhiker Killer” because his victims were girls and young women that had been hitchhiking.
Over the course of eight months in 1984, Florida’s Tampa strip was the hunting ground for sadistic serial killer, Bobby Joe Long. He was finally apprehended when 17-year-old Lisa McVey escaped after being abducted and held hostage for 26 hours.
Kerri Rawson’s world came crashing down around her when she discovered that her beloved father – Dennis Rader – was the “BTK” serial killer.
In 1992, two women were found in different locations in the Wyoming wilderness. The DNA found at each crime scene concluded that they were both killed by the same person. Their identity – and who killed them – has never been solved.
Over the spring of 1946, a ruthless serial killer held the citizens of Texarkana in a state of perpetual fear. The identity of the so-called “Phantom Killer” who murdered 5 people in this sleepy town still remains unknown to this day.
Between 1976 and 1986, a serial rapist turned serial killer left a trail of terror across Southern California. The elusive killer that raped over 50 women and killed 12 people still remains unidentified. Michelle McNamara was dedicated in unmasking him.
Between 1980 and 1982, Minneapolis residents were being terrorised by a sadistic serial killer that would make emotional phone calls to police after his murders earning him the moniker “The Weepy-Voiced Killer.”
One of Canada’s youngest serial killers stalked The Highway of Tears in British Columbia.
The shocking story of a crime journalist that wrote about his own serial killings, eventually leading to his downfall.