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America's Serial Killers: Portraits in Evil will strip the covers from a world of profiling, forensic science and painful investigation as history's most brutal serial killers are exposed.America's Serial Killers: Portraits in Evil is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (10 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 2009.

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Mill Creek Entertainment
1 Season, 10 Episodes
January 1, 2009
Crime, Documentary & Biography
Cast: Tom Kimball
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America's Serial Killers: Portraits in Evil Full Episode Guide

  • The biggest mystery of all in respect to the serial killer is "why?"

  • The only sure way to bring about the end of a serial killing spree is to identify and capture a serial killer.

  • One of the defining traits of serial killers - sociopathic behavior. This episode looks at the Gainesville Ripper, the Unibomber, and other serial killers operating in the 1980s.

  • The sensationalist nature of the Hillside Strangers and Beltway Snipers cases helps to further solidify the serial killer's unofficial home in popular culture and on the nightly news.

  • Some serial killers kill out of desire. But it's thought that some kill out of a rejection of their own desire - which is explored through a look at John Wayne Gacy and the Highway Killers.

  • The 1960s and 70s represented the dawn of a new era in serial killing, with Ted Bundy and the Zodiac Killer representing the increase in serial murder in the United States.

  • As the film industry begins to make more movies about serial killers, men like the Boston Strangler, Ed Gein, and the Lipstick Killer start to spill blood on the streets, and over the pages of the newspapers.

  • A molester, murderer, and cannibal - Albert Fish was truly a real life monster.

  • Though his rein of terror took place in London, the coverage of Jack the Ripper's victims set the tone for the media's fascination with serial killers.