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Dare to take a look deep inside the dark, twisted minds of America's most disturbed mass murderers. This 10-part documentary series explores the motives and events leading up to the most horrifying rage-murder cases in recent history. Rampage: Killing Without Reason is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (10 episodes). The series first aired on December 31, 2008.

Where do I stream Rampage: Killing Without Reason online? Rampage: Killing Without Reason is available for streaming on Mill Creek Entertainment, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Rampage: Killing Without Reason on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon online.

Mill Creek Entertainment
1 Season, 10 Episodes
December 31, 2008
Crime, Documentary & Biography
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Rampage: Killing Without Reason Full Episode Guide

  • In a twisted attempt to send a political message, some resort to mass murder.

  • To evade detection or consequences, some killers resort to fires or explosions to carry out their attacks on the public

  • Cult leaders attract devoted and fanatic followers, and sometimes convince them to take their lives in order to reach eternal peace.

  • It's usually a place of security, but workplaces can become the target of a disgruntled worker with a gun

  • Many mass killings have been committed against people of specific races and religions in an act we define as a hate crime.

  • While some killers commit calculated and planned murders, it's far more likely for a mass murderer to go on an impulsive, rage filled killing spree.

  • When Charles Whitman opened fire on a Texas university campus in the 1960s, it became the quintessential example of public, random killings in which being in the wrong place at the wrong time could be deadly.

  • While mass killings have been seen throughout American history, serial killing began to be recognized as a separate issue in the 1970s, while mass killings began to be designated separately because of high profile cases in the 1980s.