M. William Phelps and John Kelly examine the unsolved Connecticut River Valley murders. Can the only surviving victim help them to identify potential new suspects?
Phelps investigates a serial killer who positions his victims' bodies facing east. Could the murder of four women be connected to a case on Long Island?
Phelps investigates a case from 1971-73, where three girls were snatched and murdered. Intriguingly their first and last names started with the same letter.
Between 2003-2007 five women went missing in Worcester, MA and their remains were found in woodland outside the city. Phelps tracks the hunter.
In 1976-77 a paedophile abducted and murdered four children. Phelps asks: what kind of monster bathes, cleans and dresses his victims after he kills them?
True crime author M. William Phelps and profiler John Kelly travel to the Deep South to investigate the murder of 8 girls over four years. Whoever killed them is still...
In 1996, someone terrorized the elderly residents of Columbus, brutally killing 5 senior citizens in their homes. Are they looking at a serial killer?
Who killed Jane Goodwin in 1982? Was it a serial killer responsible for similar murders in Connecticut and New Jersey? Phelps is convinced he's got his man.