Gripping Crime Shows this Month | Kwesé

Gripping Crime Shows this Month

Gripping Crime Shows this Month

09:00 SAST | 07 Mar 2018

If you listened to someone speaking would you be able to tell from their voice that they're a monstrous killer? In Voice of a Serial Killer, 6-11 March at 21:10 CAT on CBS Reality (Ch 170), we are given access to never-before aired interviews with serial killers. It'll send chills down the spine as you hear the details of horrendous crimes from the mouths of murderers.

What drives people to commit heinous crimes? Deep-seated emotional turmoil is one reason, and there's also notoriety. In World's Most Evil Killers, 12-16 March at 21:10 CAT on CBS Reality (Ch 170) we delve into the lives and motivations of some infamous murderers. The names of Steve Wright, Peter Sutcliff, Ian Huntley and Fred and Rose West are etched in history for their heinous  acts. Find out what drove them to kill.

It's one thing catching a killer, but justice is only served when they are successfully prosecuted. This is a painstaking process by which police and prosecutors collaborate to bring a killer to book. True Conviction, starting Monday at 22:00 CAT on Investigation Discovery (Ch 430), reveals the truth about how murders are solved on the street, but convictions are won in the courtroom. Host Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi, a decorated Brooklyn prosecutor, offers an inside take on the fight for justice.

Murder in the Heartland, Sundays at 22:00 CAT on Investigation Discovery (Ch 430), reveals how murders in sleepy, mid-west American towns rock the community and get people questioning their firmly held beliefs and values. We hear from friends, relatives and investigators how the shocking events unfolded and what caused the killer to end a life.

What could be scarier than having a killer in your house? How would you fight off, or outwit, someone who has snuck into your house to do mischief? Home Alone, starting Saturday 31 March at 22:50 on Investigation Discovery (Ch 430), covers real life situations where vulnerable people find themselves trapped with a criminal in their home.

The 1980s was a time of synth-pop music, suits for women, big hair and the celebration of success. Many Americans consider it their favourite decade, the one before terrorism, global warming and divisive party politics shook their world. But, it was also a deadly decade, in which some high-profile murders shocked and intrigued a nation. Don't miss the six-part miniseries The 1980s: The Deadliest Decade, Fridays at 22:00 CAT on Investigation Discovery (Ch 430).

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