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Dr. Oz investigates the vicious trend of adult rage that’s sweeping the nation, and shows us shocking footage of grown men and women losing control. Chelsea Klein, who filmed the woman dubbed “Kidz Bop Karen,” speaks out about the absurd incident.
Chelsea Klein shares what compelled her to post the extreme road rage she caught on tape of a woman dubbed “Kidz Bop Karen,” and details the outrageous situation. Find out how “Kidz Bop Karen” responded to Klein’s video after it went viral.
Dr. Oz shows us shocking footage of parents and coaches gone wild at sporting events, and investigates what’s causing these violent flare-ups. Brian Barlow, a professional referee, shares some of the worst conduct he’s experienced on the sidelines.
Brian Barlow flags adults for bad behavior, and clinical psychiatrist Dr. Clay Watson breaks down four factors that may contribute to their irrational outbursts. Find out what you should do if you’re caught in the crosshairs of a major meltdown.
Charity, a mother, describes the horror and confusion she experienced learning that her 13-year-old son Paris, killed her 4-year-old daughter Ella.
Dr. Oz and Charity discuss the gruesome details of her daughter’s autopsy report. They discuss how, initially, she viewed her own son as a monster, but in the last 13 years has come to understand more about mental health and her son’s condition.
Charity reflects on moments in her son’s life that, in hindsight, could have suggested he would murder someone. Find out what Charity thinks may have affected him even further.
Listen to the 911 call placed by Paris after he murdered his sister. Learn how he plotted the details of the murder and what he did when the 911 dispatcher told him to perform CPR.
Dr. Oz discusses with Charity how she was initially the target of her son’s rage and why he ended up murdering his sister instead. She talks about her son’s mental disorder and why he feels no remorse.
Dr. Oz uncovers the dark industry of murderabilia, and explains why items connected to a killer are highly profitable. William Harder, a murderabilia collector and seller, shares about his controversial hobby and prison visits with Charles Manson.
William Harder discusses his murderabilia website, and details some of the personal items he’s collected from infamous killers. Find out how much murderabilia can be worth and what Harder has to say to the critics of his thriving, true crime hobby.
William Harder opens up about the threats he’s received from families of victims whose items he’s put up for sale, and shares what restrictions he’s placed on his murder auctions. Find out what type of items he’s ruled off-limits.
Andy Kahan, the director of the Houston Police Department's Crime Victims Office and who coined the term “murderabilia,” details his efforts to make the sale of murderabilia illegal, and uncovers the inhumane practices that he’s witnessed.
Andy Kahan tells us what bothers him the most about murderabilia collectors and sellers like William Harder, and explains why he believes murderabilia dealers are criminals. Hear what Kahan and Harder say in a face-to-face debate.
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