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One night in 1989, Jessica Pelley’s life took a dark turn — her mother, stepfather, and two sisters were mysteriously murdered. Jessica describes their blended family prior to the tragedy, and reveals disturbing details about her stepbrother.
Jessica Pelley’s relationship with her family was complicated in 1989 — she was terrified of her stepbrother, Jeff, and feared her stepfather’s strictness. But then her family was murdered. Could something have changed this tragic course of events?
Can you imagine driving up to your house to see it surrounded by police, neighbors, and yellow crime scene tape? Jessica Pelley recalls the moment she found out her family was gone. What happened to her stepsiblings after the murder?
After the murder of her family, Jessica Pelley resorted to self-harm to deal with her internal pain. She opens up about how alone she felt then, and shares who she thought was responsible. Jessica’s cousin joins to offer her perspective.
Jessica Pelley’s stepfather and stepbrother, Jeff, had a difficult relationship. She reveals they had a big fight before the quadruple murder, and that there was suspicion that Jeff Pelley was involved — so why did it take so long to prosecute him?
Crime correspondent Melissa Moore describes the similarities she sees between her father, the “Happy Face Killer,” and the infamous prostitute-turned-serial killer Aileen Wuornos. Then, Dr. Oz details Wuornos’ harsh upbringing and chilling murders.
Criminal profiler Dayle Hinman and investigator David Taylor tell us what made Aileen Wuornos’ case so unique — and what made it so hard for them to connect the dots. Why was there so much resistance to the idea of a female serial killer?
Before Aileen Wuornos, the FBI didn’t think there were any female serial killers — but they were wrong. Investigator David Taylor reveals what led to Wuornos’ identification, and Dr. Oz shares a part of her original confession recorded in 1991.
Most female killers murder someone they know, but not Aileen Wuornos. Dayle Hinman shares why she believes Wuornos killed so many men. Was it for money or because of a deeper issue? Plus, hear her chilling last words.
Nine-year-old Jessica returned home from a sleepover to find her entire family slain. The crime went unsolved for years until a twist in the case shattered Jessica’s world all over again. Plus, a look at notorious female serial killer Aileen Wuornos.
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