In three decades as a forensic psychologist, Dr. Kris Mohandie has met one-on-one with some of the most violent men ever to grab headlines: Joseph Paul Franklin, Herb Mullin, Willie Woods and others. He talks to us about whether violent criminals are born or made.
Could a strapping prep school athlete have been so afraid for his life that he strangled his sex partner as an act of self-defense during a late-night tryst? That was the question posed to jurors the winter of 1988 during the 'Preppy Killer' murder trial in New York City.
True-crime writer Billy Jensen empowers readers to become citizen detectives, using social-media resources to identify uncaught criminals. He explains how he does this without interfering in police investigations and tells us about his book, 'Chase Darkness With Me.'
John Glatt, author of 'The Family Next Door,' spoke with us about how the Turpin children are doing now, whether Louise's history of abuse repeated itself with her own children and how the torture was allowed to go on for so long.
In three decades as an undercover operative for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Vincent A. Cefalu risked his life investigating groups from outlaw motorcycle gangs to the Ku Klux Klan. Cefalu spoke with us about the undercover moments that frightened him most.
Twenty years ago, Amy Fisher walked out of an upstate New York prison. Dubbed the 'Long Island Lolita' by New York tabloids, she had dominated headlines in 1992 as the obsessed, gun-toting teen caught in a love triangle with a mechanic and his unassuming wife.
Mafia 'freelance contractor' and actor Gianni Russo spoke to A&E Real Crime as he releases 'Hollywood Godfather,' a memoir that moves from his polio-afflicted childhood in the Little Italy section of New York City to friendships and feuds with legendary mob figures like Frank Costello and John Gotti.