1980-1989: Sentenced to die, Ted professes his innocence. Elizabeth and her daughter try to move on and put this chapter of their lives behind them. Meanwhile, in a last ditch effort to save his own ...
1974: Ted gets accepted into law school in Utah, but he refuses to ask Elizabeth to move down with him. Their relationship begins to fray and she blames herself. Meanwhile, female students continue ...
How We Got Gay tells the incredible story of how gay men and women went from being the ultimate outsiders to occupying the halls of power, with a profound influence on our cultural, political and social lives.
Filmmaker Brian Knappenberger investigates the tragic death of an 8-year-old California boy who endured horrific abuse by his mother and her boyfriend, along with the fractured and complex systems that failed to protect him.
In 1999, after losing his son in a drug-related shooting in New Orleans and lacking answers from police, a small town pharmacist - Dan Schneider - beats the odds when he embarks on a dogged... See full summary »
The beginning of the Unabomber's campaign of terror from 1978 to 1985; a look into his childhood to discover what might have turned a young mathematical genius with few friends into a sociopathic terrorist.
Henry Lee Lucas was known as America's most prolific serial killer, admitting to hundreds of murders, but, as DNA results contradict his confessions, will they expose the biggest criminal justice hoax in U.S. history?
Soon after his birth-mother contacted him for the first time, Gary L. Stewart decided to search for his biological father. His disturbing identity would force Stewart to reconsider everything he thought he knew about himself.
Finally The sexualisation of Bundy is over. This female strong documentary, lead by Liz Kendall, Bundy's long term girlfriend and her Daughter (essentially his step daughter) focuses on Bundy's crimes through the stories of the people who were fooled into loving him, the surviving victims and the families and friends of the young women who were tragically murdered by him. There's plenty of archival footage of Bundy from various news channels and lots of rare pictures of him from his home life with Liz. It also takes a look at the social climate of the time, at how women were second class citizens giving worrying advice about how to stay safe.
Instead of focusing in on how slick, clever and sexy Bundy was, which most documentaries about Ted have done in the past, this lets all the victims of Bundy paint the story, which at the end of the day is about a deplorable, filthy murderer and child rapist.
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