Episode 3: “The Original Pedophile Island”
The story of the summer camp that wasn’t.
If you thought Jeffrey Epstein was the first sex offender to use an island as a haven for sex exploitation, you’d be wrong. The original pedophile island was in Lake Michigan.
A former sex worker discloses disturbing details about an encounter she had with the soon-to-be-named chief of police James Burke at a sex party in Oak Beach, a secretive community just two miles from where the LISK dumped the bodies of 11 dead sex workers.
Twelve months of misery: Alexis and Billy revisit the investigation and the discovery of 11 victims between December 2010 and December 2011.
Alexis and Billy revisit another Long Island murder case from 1979, that of John Pius, and uncover a troubling connection with two of the authorities trusted to lead the LISK investigation
These brave women beat the odds against murderers Bobby Joe Long, Ted Bundy, Richard Ramirez and Richard Speck.
Hearing Ted Bundy's own voice describe his deranged serial killings is chilling.
Chicago Strangler: Could A Serial Killer Be Responsible For The Unsolved Murders Of Dozens Of Women?
“They were human beings and they have a story to tell,” says a professor whose students looked into the lives of the victims.
Billy Jensen and Alexis Linkletter share new evidence in the Long Island Serial Killer case.
Billy Jensen and Alexis Linkletter examine theories in the Long Island Serial Killer case.
Dating App Serial Killer Gets 160-Year Sentence: ‘Each Of These Women’s Lives Mattered,’ Prosecutor Says
Khalil Wheeler-Weaver was caught after one victim’s loved ones used social media to identify and lure him to the police.
The gripping true story, told here for the first time, of the Last Call Killer and the gay community of New York City that he preyed upon.