Happy Face Killer: Keith Hunter JespersonAired on Jul 01, 2015
Melissa Moore–daughter of Keith Hunter Jesperson, infamously known as the “Happy Face Killer” tells her own personal story as the daughter of a serial killer. The episode reveals shocking behind-the-scenes accounts of what it was like growing up with a father who, she later learned, was committing horrific murders. On her journey to healing, Melissa meets with a family member of one of her father’s victims to express her regret and empathy for his unthinkable crime.
Spokane Serial Killer: Robert Lee YatesAired on Jul 08, 2015
Amber and Michelle Yates–daughters of serial killer Richard Yates–tell the inside story of being raised by a man who terrorized the city of Spokane, Washington. The episode reveals devastating details and chilling home videos of a strict father who disciplines his children by day, and hunts innocent women by night. In their effort to find healing, the sisters meet with the sister of one of their father’s victims to share their sorrow and regret for his life-shattering crimes.
Phoenix Serial Shooter: Dale HausnerAired on Jul 15, 2015
Randy Hausner–brother of serial shooter Dale Hausner–shares the inside story of a man who terrorized the city of Phoenix in a year and a half-long killing spree. He reveals his brother’s never before seen journal disclosing a chilling view on the development of a killer. In an effort to share his family’s remorse with the victims, Randy meets with a shooting survivor as well as with the son of a man killed by his brother.
DC Sniper: John Allen MuhammadAired on Jul 22, 2015
Classified Ad Rapist: Bobby Joe LongAired on Jul 29, 2015
Killer Clown: John Wayne GacyAired on Aug 05, 2015
Karen Kuzma–sister of John Wayne Gacy–comes out of the shadows to reveal intimate details of one of the world’s most notorious serial killers. Joined by her daughter, Karen returns to her childhood home in Chicago to disclose formative events in her brother’s life that may have triggered his shocking crimes. In an attempt to find healing, Karen meets with the relative of one of her brother’s victims for the first time, to express her sorrow and remorse.