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Dr. Oz recalls the two-year killing spree that terrorized the city of Atlanta and targeted African American children. Atlanta radio host Frank Ski recalls his involvement in the case, and outlines the biggest controversy that still surrounds it.
Frank Ski addresses theories surrounding the Atlanta child murders, and reveals the disturbing evidence used to convict Wayne Williams, the man now in prison for the killings. Find out why Atlantans aren’t all convinced Williams is the real killer.
Isaac Rogers describes the day that his brother, Patrick, fell victim to the Atlanta child murderer. He reveals that he was approached by Wayne Williams shortly after his brother’s death, and details his certainty that Williams is the real killer.
Isaac Rogers shares why he believes people defend Wayne Williams’ involvement in the Atlanta serial killings, and why he firmly believes Williams is guilty. He recalls how Wayne Williams manipulated his brother, Patrick, and other young children.
Actor and singer Donnie Wahlberg reveals new details in the diabolical case of the Charles Manson murders, and he shares what inspired his passion for true crime. Find out how his roles as a cop furthered his insight into forensics.
Donnie Wahlberg shares how he chose the killers to investigate on his new true crime series, and he offers insight into Charles Manson’s gift of persuasion. Then, he reveals a fascinating precursor to Manson’s manipulative murders.
Donnie Wahlberg points out how Charles Manson’s failed attempts to be a musician may have triggered him to murder as an act of revenge. Then, he shares the surprising connection between The Beach Boys band member Dennis Wilson and Manson.
Dr. Oz points out the similarities between the lyrics of The Beach Boys song “Never Learn Not to Love” and Manson’s song “Cease to Exist.” Find out what Donnie Wahlberg thinks about the possibility the Manson stole their lyrics.
The 2-year killing spree of African American children terrorized Atlanta from 1979 to 1981. But the accused man behind bars has maintained his innocence. Plus, singer and actor, Donnie Wahlberg reveals chilling details about Charles Manson.