Episode 1: David and Goliath
Alexis’s childhood friend claims to have key evidence that could lead to solving the ten year mystery of the Long Island Serial Killer murders.
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.
Alexis LInkletter and Billy Jensen uncover a secret from the past with incriminating information about the former Chief of Police of Suffolk County James Burke.
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
As a teenager, Joel Rifkin became obsessed with Alfred Hitchcock's 1972 film 'Frenzy,' about a serial killer in London who rapes and strangles women to death with a necktie.
He and the elderly alleged victims all lived in the same housing development complex for seniors.
The story of a boy sex trafficking kingpin.
The Lost Boys, then and now.
“There was just something ‘off’ about him,” Melissa Moore says of the serial killer.
The story of the summer camp that wasn’t.