The murderers next door.
What drives people to murder, to torture and to mutilate? What happens that makes a monster out of a human being? And once that inner transformation has taken place, how can they be stopped? In this fascinating collection we look at six of modern history’s most notorious killers, examining their early years for clues as to their murderous potential, their private lives for details of their unusual thought processes, their horrific crimes and the way each has been brought to justice.
Features the true stories of killers who have inspired characters in films such as ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ and ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’. Uses rarely-seen archive material to gain an insight into the minds of these monstrous killers. Crime scene photos, access to institutional records and first-hand accounts from investigators who worked the cases bring these chilling stories to life, along with the desperate race to stop these monsters killing again.