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After Hours AM Erin Lee Carr Maker of "MOMMY DEAD AND DEAREST"

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On an engrossing, provocative episode of After Hours AM/The Criminal Code — True Crime with hosts Joel Sturgis, Eric Olsen, and secret weapon, forensic psychologist Dr. Clarissa Cole — we explore the shocking, emotionally complex murder of Dee Dee Blanchard with filmmaker Erin Lee Carr, whose celebrated Mommy Dead and Dearest documentary about the case recently premiered on HBO. We speak with Erin in Hour 2; at Hour 1, Clarissa guides us through the week’s most notable True Crime stories and a look at the dumbest criminals. Mommy Dead and Dearest Gypsy Rose Blanchard Mommy Dead and DearestProvocative documentarian Erin Lee Carr explores an intimate crime in the age of social media In Mommy Dead and Dearest, . Things are not always as they appear, especially in the case of Dee Dee and Gypsy Rose, and what starts out as a grisly tale of matricide morphs into a rabbit hole of deception. Child abuse, mental illness and forbidden love converge in this mystery of a mother and daughter who were thought to be living a fairy tale life that turned out to be a living nightmare. Dee Dee Blanchard and her ailing, wheelchair-bound daughter, Gypsy Rose, were beloved members of Springfield, Mo., but the tight-knit community was rocked when Dee Dee was found murdered in her home and Gypsy was missing. Investigators tracked a graphic Facebook status stating, “That bitch is dead,” to Wisconsin. What unraveled next was a disturbing sequence of events that nobody saw coming. Featuring exclusive access to Gypsy from prison and a trove of police interrogation tapes, medical records, and secret conversations, Mommy Dead and Dearest is a disturbing, first-hand look at a life arrested and the consequences of trying to keep someone young forever. It also explores one of psychology’s most controversial conditions: Munchausen by proxy syndrome. Erin Lee Carr Erin Lee Carr is a New York

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