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After Hours AM THE KILLING SEASON with Joshua Zeman and Rachel Mills & Clarissa Cole Revisited

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In an riveting and exclusive followup to a recent episode of After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio with hosts Joel Sturgis and Eric Olsen — we talk with documentary filmmakers Josh Zeman and Rachel Mills about new evidence that has come forth since the recent airing of their true crime documentary series, THE KILLING SEASON. Josh and Rachel will break new developments in the Long Island Serial Killer case in hour 2, when we also be joined by forensic psychologist Dr. Clarissa Cole. In hour 1, Joel and Eric will delve the week’s paranormal news and give thoughts on the new year. True crime documentaries often shed new light on old cases, sometimes they even turn up new evidence, but rarely does an investigative documentary become the impetus behind the reexamination of a whole category of unsolved cases across the nation, turn up significant new evidence, and get at least one case officially reopened. Such is the case with Josh Zeman and Rachel Mills’ THE KILLING SEASON, which just ran in eight one-hour episodes on A&E. We talked with Josh and Rachel back in November before the show premiered and were astonished with what they accomplished in the course of the series, which began with a fresh look at the unsolved Long Island Serial Killer series of murders and broadened out to include a possible network of serial killers of young women across the nation. Most of the women were involved with drugs and the sex trade and not necessarily high on law enforcement’s list of priorities, but every person counts — or should count — and a rash of unsolved serial killings is a rot that goes to the very core of the nation’s moral fabric, and a network of serial killers in communication with each other should strike terror in every heart. “Peaches” killing evidence courtesy Long Island Press What even more astonishing, though — and why we have brought Josh and Rac

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