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True Murder

True Murder: The Most Shocking Killers in True Crime History and the Authors Tha

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Every week host Dan Zupansky will interview the authors that have written about the most shocking killers of all time.

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David Parrish was in disbelief when he learned that nineteen-year-old Jon Bowie's body had been found hanged from a backstop at the local high school's baseball field and the death declared a suicide. David had known Jon and his... more

November 2012, Cari Lea Farver vanished from Omaha, Nebraska. Cari, thirty-seven, was a devoted mother, reliable employee, and loyal friend and not the type to shirk responsibilities, abandon her son, and run off on while her... more

Terrifying things are happening to Kay Weden, a forty-something single mom and high school teacher in Salisbury, North Carolina. Despite having no known enemies, Kay's home, car, and peace of mind are under attack throughout... more

At a high school dance in 1964, 17 year-old. Sondra London met a bright, handsome, well mannered Catholic boy, 18 year-old Gerald John Schaefer. They hung out all the time and soon fell in love. But after a year, as young lovers will,... more

The story raced across the news wires in 1966. Residents jumped in their cars and drove to Lake Summit to see the gruesome crime scene. On a late, hot July summer night in 1966, in a small North Carolin a mountain town, the days-old... more

Stephen Singular is the author of 25 non-fiction books, many of them about high-profile criminal cases. His first book in 1987 was Talked to Death: The Life & Murder of Alan Berg, which became the basis for the 1989 Oliver Stone film,... more

Elliot Rodger considered himself to be intelligent, refined, handsome, fashionable and charming. He spent years trying to be cool so women would like him. He thought if he just wore expensive and fashionable clothing, had a better car, or if... more

As seen on ID Discovery's The Devil You Know, Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry?, and Tabloid The shocking true story of how Barbra's picket fence turned to prison bars, trapped in her twisted husband's dangerous web of addiction, abuse, and... more

"'No witnesses, no problems.' Thompson's mantra was supposed to be reassuring to the smaller man, but Percy felt the shadow of his own death coming. There was one witness. Him. And he cowered, wondering when his neck would be... more
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