5 Serial Killer Documentaries That Will Leave You Terrified

Lock your doors, bolt your windows, and be prepared to never sleep again!

 

“Aileen Wuornos: Life and Death of a Serial Killer.” The follow-up to Nick Broomfield’s earlier documentary from 1992, “Aileen Wuornos: The Selling of a Serial Killer.” The look in her eyes during the interview when yells for the Supreme Court to sign her death warrant will haunt you for weeks!

“Cropsey.” An exploration of the urban legend of “Cropsey,” a boogey-man like figure who haunts the woods of Staten Island, New York, and how it relates to convicted kidnapper and suspected serial killer Andre Rand, whose victims included the most innocent of people – mentally handicapped children.

“Confessions of a Serial Killer: Jeffrey Dahmer.” Stone Phillips interviews Dahmer and his parents as to why they think he committed such horrific crimes. No spoilers, but the part about “The Box” is the stuff nightmares are made of.

“This is the Zodiac Speaking.” This one is particularly creepy, because of the unproved local connection: The Zodiac is presumed to be the murderer of Riverside Community College student Cheri Jo Bates in 1966.

“H.H. Holmes: America’s First Serial Killer.” The story of a sadistic doctor is terrifying enough, but the ominous voice of the narrator will also leave your hair on end!

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