The South Side Rapist
Bill kurtis hosts this series of nonfiction cases being re-examined after being considered cold. With the use of forensic advances and new evidence, police and detectives attempt to solve old crimes and unanswered questions.
Dishonourable Killers: Ifitkhar and Farzana Ahmed , The
Farzana Ahmed had never left her mountain village in Pakistan when marriage meant she faced a life in the West. Her husband Iftikhar had swapped Denmark for Britain by the time he journeyed to his ancestral home to collect a bride he was destined by prior arrangement to marry. Whilst he had adopted European habits, Farzana remained resolutely traditional.
Cop Killer: Pedro Jimenez , The
Pedro Jimenez aka ïConanÍ, the name given to him by his cellmates, into the apartment of two Police women, tied them to their beds and about ensuring their final hours were pure hell. First he raped Officer Rodriguez, consequently stabbing her to death. He then walked into room of Silvia Nogaledo where, as she pleaded for her life, he killed her
Nurse Beverley Allitt poisoned 13 children under her care, killing four of them. She has been nicknamed "The Angel of Death".
John Wayne Gacy
John Wayne Gacy killed 33 young men and buried them beneath his home. He is one of the most prolific murderers in US history.
The Lady Killer
A hunter on the outskirts of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan stumbles across human remains. Police are called to the scene and over the next two months, two more full sets of remains are uncovered in the same vicinity. At the same time, forensic anthropology determines that the remains are less than two years old and all three were female and Aboriginal. The threat of a serial killer is soon on everyoneÕs mind and threatening the Saskatoon Aboriginal community. An unprecedented tip from an unreliable source soon has the RCMP working in conjunction with the local media. Together they will attempt to pull-off an elaborate sting operation designed to record the incriminating truth straight from the mouth of John Martin Crawford.