In this compelling series, Deadly Women investigates the motives and m.o. While males are often driven by anger, impulse and destruction, women usually have more complex, long-term reasons to kill.
Driven by haunting, real-life 911 audio, Murder Calls is true-crime storytelling taken to new heights.
We're increasingly living our lives online unaware of the risks that might happen.
Looking for friendships, love, sex or work has led many into a twilight world of seduction, danger, and false identity. Fashions may change but murder never goes out of style.
Kelly first tells him it was done with a chisel, but soon the truth about a saw comes out.
Security guard Ray Jennings was convicted of killing eighteen-year-old Michelle O' Keefe at a parking lot where he worked in 2000. If he's not guilty, how did he know things only the killer could know?
Following the last interrogation, Kelly flees Indiana for Kentucky where she is apprehended by police. It's there where she changes her story about how the body of Chris Regan was dismembered.
After admitting that she was more involved in the disposal of Chris Regan's body, Kelly goes through the gory details with Detective Ogden.
Clues point to the murderer being someone who lived in the neighborhood. He's thought to be the victim of brutal gang violence, but a tip soon leads police to the victim's ex.
When new evidence is unearthed years later, it's clear the police were dead wrong.