A&E Real Crime talks with Dr. Scott Bonn, criminologist and author of the definitive book about the life of "Night Stalker" Richard Ramirez, about what he thinks were the powerful catalysts for the makings of a serial killer.
Some of the most notorious serial killers of our time have something in common, beside their thirst for blood: They were all adopted. A&E Real Crime talks to criminologist Dr. Scott Bonn to see whether there is any evidence of an adoptee-serial killer connection.
Fred Paige, investigator on the A&E series The Eleven, on why the murders of so many teenage girls in Texas have gone unsolved for so long and the common thread among family members of the victims.
20 years ago on July 15, 1997, Gianni Versace was shot and killed. His alleged murderer's killings have been described in the press and by some criminologists as a "spree," while the FBI classifies him as a serial killer. So, what's the difference?