Of the dozens of images of battered, bloodied and tortured victims of murderers and serial killers Kerry Daynes has seen, every single face has stuck in her memory.
The forensic psychologist has studied the lies told by killers and examined evidence from their victims, analysed the violence they have meted out on men, women and children.
But when she realised she had a stalker who was watching her, commenting on what she wore, knew her address and was trawling through her pictures, Kerry began to fear that she too could become one of those images.
Her fears reached their height when after years of harassment online by a man she didn’t know, as well as letters charging her £26,000 for his ‘research’ into her life, she went outside to find her cat was inexplicably dead on the ground and ‘ Jill Dando ‘ had been scrawled on her fence.
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Every season of Investigation Discovery’s podcast Detective is devoted to a different one of the network’s real-life detectives (turned reality TV star). Murder Chose Me‘s Rod Demery is the featured guest for Season 3, and a recent interview explained the full story behind Rod Demery’s brother’s arrest and conviction for murder.
As Rod shared in an earlier episode of the podcast, he and his brother Patrick were born in Louisiana to their mother Barbara, who was living with her parents at the time. Barbara was around 16 when she gave birth to Patrick, about 18 when Rod was born–and only 21 years old when, on May 8th, 1969, she was murdered by her boyfriend. After Barbara’s death, Rod and Patrick were sent to New Mexico live with their grandparents. Unsurprisingly, the bond between
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This week’s episode of “The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead” was the first to involve a serial killing.
The second episode of Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick’s forensic series, which aired Monday on Investigation Discovery, detailed a case that involved the stabbing death of a West Hanover Twp. resident.
Police found 42-year-old Darlene Ewalt with stab wounds and a slashed throat early July 13, 2007, on the patio behind her house along Manor Drive. Her husband initially was a suspect.
Her blood was later found on a knife that belonged to Adam Leroy Lane, a North Carolina trucker who was already sentenced to 50 years for killing a woman in New Jersey and 25 to 40 years for an attack on a teenager in Massachusetts. Authorities said Lane committed random attacks along his truck route, which “The Coroner” said often took him through Harrisburg.
He later pleaded
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Tonight on Investigation Discovery (ID), VANITY FAIR CONFIDENTIAL takes viewers into a whirlwind of drama with exclusive, unprecedented access to Vanity Fair’s writers and editors, this time with first-person accounts from one of the biggest and ongoing crime dramas of the century: the sexual assault allegations made against Bill Cosby in 2015.
The all-new episode transports viewers back to the 1980s, when supermodel Beverly Johnson rose to fame as the first African American model to grace the cover of Vogue magazine. After receiving a phone call from her agent with the news that Bill Cosby wants her to audition for a role on The Cosby Show, Johnson is ecstatic. But this dreamy audition turns into a living nightmare when Johnson is allegedly drugged and attacked by Cosby after being invited to read for the part in his home. Now, years later, Johnson and four other women who claim Cosby assaulted
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