Making a serial killer : America's most notorious serial killers and unsolved cases / [produced by Centre Communications Inc. for Mill Creek Entertainment]
- Physical Description: 3 videodiscs (586 min.) : sd., col. w/b&w sequences ; 12 cm.
- Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Mill Creek Entertainment, 2016.
|General Note:|| Subtitle from cover.
|Participant or Performer Note:|| Narrated by Tom Kimball.
|Summary, etc.:|| Disc 1. Death Row. The death penalty in the United States is an old as the country itself with roots to the original European settlements. It is the ultimate punishment for murderers, terrorists, traitors and serial killers. During this time over 15,000 men and women have been executed spurring a heated debate about its moral and ethical use. Featuring interviews and commentary from leading criminal and sociology experts, this documentary takes an inside look at the origins of America's capital punishment laws, the methods of execution and the faces of evil who have received the death sentence. Also, get a glimpse into prison cells and learn about the last meals and words of those who have awaited their fate on death row. Disc 2. Rampage: Killing without reason. This documentary series explores the motives and events leading up to most horrifying rage-murder cases in recent history. Profiles include: Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City bombings), Jack Gilbert Graham (bombing of Flight 629), Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold (Columbine High School massacre), Seung-Hui Cho (Virginia Tech massacre) and many others. Disc 3. America's serial killers. Chronicles the lives and crimes of American serial killers.
|Target Audience Note:|| Warning: contains material suitable for adult audiences.
|System Details Note:|| DVDs, full frame; Dolby digital.
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