There is a notorious 450-mile highway that stretches across Canada, where women and girls have disappeared and sometimes found murdered since 1969. Many of these crimes remain unsolved. Thus it is known as the Highway of Tears. | Host/Narrator – Marlene Pardo Pellicer
On a beautiful spring day, in May 1924, two children wandering near Herrenhausen Castle on the banks of the Leine River, made a gruesome discovery. It was a human skull, later determined to belong to a male, age 18 to 20. This discovery proved to be one the of many victims claimed by Fritz Haarmann, dubbed the Butcher of Hanover.
Marcel Petiot was a French doctor and serial killer, who preyed on refugees fleeing from the Nazis. After the liberation of France by the Americans, Petiot was arrested, and nearly 30 corpses were discovered in his home. Dubbed “Doctor Satan” by the French media, Petiot claimed that the victims were killed by the French Resistance. At his trial he admitted to more than 60 killings, and he was guillotined in 1946. | Host - M.P. Pellicer | www.MPPellicer.com
Live Q&A show with Sam, a retired law enforcement officer about medieval "serial killers" and their modern equivalent, who not only had no remorse but enjoyed the suffering they caused to other human beings. | Host - Marlene Pardo Pellicer
Interview with Keith Rommel, author of the Devil Tree, and a recount of the serial killer Gerard Schaefer who used the site of a hidden park in Port St. Lucie to torture and dump the bodies of two of his victims. | Host - Marlene Pardo Pellicer
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