A&E Real Crime speaks with journalist Jerry Mitchell about his book, Race Against Time: A Reporter Reopens the Unsolved Murder Cases of the Civil Rights Era, about how to handle cold cases, the FBI's harassment of Martin Luther King Jr. and his role in the prosecution of serial killer Felix Vail
Israel Keyes—a murderer who perplexed even the FBI's top minds in criminal profiling—traveled America leaving 'kill kits' with weapons and other items in secluded locations, picking them up before abducting and murdering a chosen victim.
Former FBI special agent John Douglas spent his 25-year career with the Bureau interviewing hundreds of America's most infamous killers, from Charles Manson and Ted Bundy to the 'BTK Killer,' Dennis Rader and more. The 'Mindhunter' author talks to us about his new book, 'The Killer Across the Table,' and his tried-and-true interview techniques.
Professors Bryanna Fox and Edelyn Verona of the University of South Florida are leading a project that evaluates all inmates that come through the Pasco County jail to compare people who are arrested for domestic violence to people arrested for burglary to people arrested for murder.
James Atkinson, who has spent decades designing and installing listening devices for the FBI, CIA and other agencies, tells A&E Real Crime about some of the dangerous undercover work he's done and unusual things he's bugged.
A&E Real Crime spoke with Thomas Hargrove of the Murder Accountability Project about the 2,000 or so serial killers he believes are prowling the streets right now, how his algorithm helps tease out data and what Hollywood gets wrong about these murderers.