Investigating an unidentified serial killer dubbed the "Original Night Stalker," who murdered 10 people in Southern California and committed 50 rapes in Northern California from the late 1970s to 1986.
Examining the murders of three women in Washington, D.C., between 1998 and 2001. Interviews with family and those involved with the investigations explore the similarities between the victims and the circumstances surrounding the crimes, which suggest the possibility of a common attacker, but the cases remain open.
A look at women who fall for convicted felons, ranging from serial killers like Ted Bundy to less-infamous convicts. The overview includes the harrowing story of Veronica Compton, who fell under the spell of Hillside Strangler Kenneth Bianchi and attempted a copycat murder that resulted in a life sentence. Also interviewed is author Sheila Isenberg (“Women Who Love Men Who Kill”). Samantha Harris hosts.