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Uncovering the Truth Behind One of the Bayou Strangler’s Victims

Investigative journalist Fred Rosen interviews a woman who was close to one of the Strangler’s earliest victims: Oliver LeBanks. 

Lawrence Singleton: The Mad Chopper Who Was Released From Prison and Became a Murderer

True crime author Fred Rosen recounts how a hatchet-wielding maniac nearly got away with murder.

The Mad Chopper: One Cut Was Not Enough

True crime author Fred Rosen remembers a case so gruesome even he hesitated to take it on.

Carnie Killers: The Murder Trial of Lobster Boy

While true crime writer Fred Rosen was investigating the murder of performer Grady Stiles, he received a video that would change the course of the trial.

Trail of Death: The Hunt for Gary Hilton Part III

He stalked the remote hiking trails of the southern United States, leaving a trail of death in his wake ...

Trail of Death: The Hunt for Gary Hilton Part II

He stalked the remote hiking trails of the southern United States, leaving a trail of death in his wake ...

Trail of Death: The Hunt for Gary Hilton Part I

He stalked the remote hiking trails of the southern United States, leaving a trail of death in his wake...

Ray Gray: 43 Years and Counting for a Murder He Didn’t Commit

In 1973 Detroit, artist Ray Gray was convicted to life in prison based on a fixed lineup and no evidence – and he still maintains his innocence today.

Star Wars ’76: Who Killed Tom Bush?

In the 1970s, Fred and Tom were two ambitious film students catching an advance screening of Star Wars. But their high times were about to come crashing down...

A Miscarriage of Justice Finally Rectified

In 1964, three civil rights workers were murdered in cold blood ... and the mastermind behind it all walked away a free man.

Deacon of Death: Sam Smithers

The community knew the clergyman as a loving husband and father, but underneath his vestment was a sex-crazed, sociopathic killer.

10 Killer Movies Inspired by True Crime Books

From Truman Capote's In Cold Blood to the memoir that inspired Goodfellas, the shocking facts of these true crime books were destined for the silver screen.

“I Speak for the Dead”

While true crime author Fred Rosen was investigating the murder of 18-year-old Jennifer Robinson, he couldn't believe the gruesome details he discovered.

Ted Bundy: A Brush with Pure Evil

True crime writer Fred Rosen describes what it felt like to come face-to-face with serial killer survivor Nita Neary.

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