The Devil You Know: Season 2, Episode 3

A Twisted Mind (24 Sep. 2011)

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Sean Vincent Gillis has been described as one of America's most depraved serial killers, murdering eight women and dismembering some of his victims at home. But perhaps most shocking is the fact that Gillis' common-law wife had no idea.

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Sean Vincent Gillis has been described as one of America's most depraved serial killers, murdering eight women and dismembering some of his victims at home. But perhaps most shocking is the fact that Gillis' common-law wife had no idea.

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A Twisted Mind
5 June 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Over an eleven year period, Sean Vincent Gillis murdered eight women in Lousiana, all vulnerable, from an octogenarian in her own home to prostitutes, a staple of heterosexual serial killers. The hunt for the man who has been called the other Baton Rouge serial killer was complicated by the fact that Derrick Todd Lee was murdering women in the same place at the same time.

Lee was a much more obvious subject, for one thing he was big and looked the part. Gillis on the other hand was a totally inconspicuous type. This documentary is made largely from the perspective of the woman with whom he was living at the time, Terri Lemoine.

Although he was an overtly flawed individual, Lemoine regarded Gillis as her soulmate, and was comfortable with him being around her young daughter, with whom he appears to have got on like the proverbial house on fire. You could have knocked her down with a feather when she was informed that the man who had shared her bed and her life was a rapist who murdered women and mutilated their bodies in a grotesque fashion.

Although he confessed to all eight murders, Gillis was convicted only of three. He avoided the death penalty, although he will never see daylight again.


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