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Madness in the Fast Lane (2010)
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“Madness in the Fast Lane” tells the incredibly strange story of two Swedish sisters (Ursula and Sabina Eriksson) who were filmed live on British CCTV trying to commit suicide on a busy highway… what followed next was even more odd and vastly more terrifying….

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Massacre at Virginia Tech (2008)
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One year following the 2007 Virgina Tech massacre, this BBC documentary examines what the motive(s) might have been that led Seung-Hui Cho to massacre 32 people in cold blood in what is America’s worst mass murder on record …

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The Final Report: Columbine Massacre (2007)
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The horrific events surrounding the Columbine High School shootings are investigated by ‘The Final Report’… A probing series of questions are posed: ‘How did Eric & Dylan get these guns’; ‘How did they build their bombs’; ‘What was their plan’; the documentary then tries to answer these questions…

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Final 24: David Koresh (2007)
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‘Final 24′ is a terrific Canadian documentary series that examines the ‘final 24′ hours of a well-known person’s life … this episode deals with cult leader David Koresh who along with 76 other members of the Branch Davidian religious group died in a fiery 51 day confrontation with US government forces…

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Capturing the Friedmans (2003)
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Nominated for the 2003 Academy Award for ‘best documentary’, Andrew Jarecki’s “Capturing the Friedmans” will leave you on the edge of their seat as little by little, horrific pieces of information are revealed and you’re left to try to figure out just who’s telling the truth in this twisted tale…

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Biography: Charles Manson (1987)
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Charles Manson speaks of his life and crimes; cocky, sneering, and unrepentent to the end. Profiled is his troubled childhood, his early prison days, his “Haight Ashbury” period, and the murders .. Highlights include Manson’s confrontations with the parole board; even he realizes that that’s a lost cause. A good show with a lot of insight into Charlie’s madness.

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The Craigslist Killer’s Police Interview (2009)
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…fascinating first encounter audio recording between the Boston police department homicide detectives and suspected murderer Philip Markoff… Police later determined that Markoff still had the blood of his victim — Julissa Brisman, who advertised erotic massage services on Craigslist — on his shoes during the interview.

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The Columbine Cause (2007)
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… feature-length, no-budget video presentation by Evan Long that raises interesting questions surrounding the ‘official’ account of the Columbine High School shootings of April 20, 1999…

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Norway’s Massacre (2012)
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In July 2011 Norway suffered the worst attack by a terrorist acting alone in the history of the world. Yet Anders Breivik was not an Al-Qaeda sympathiser: he was an ethnic Norwegian from the affluent side of Oslo…

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Martin Bryant: A Question of Guilt (2008)
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Martin Bryant is an Australian spree killer who pled guilty to murdering 35 people and injuring 21 others in the Port Arthur massacre, a shooting spree in Port Arthur, Tasmania, Australia, in 1996… documentary questions whether Bryant was really guilty of this crime or has a dreadful miscarriage of justice and cover-up taken place?

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Fourteen Days in May (1988)
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Filmed during the last 14 days of Edward Earl Johnson’s stay on Mississippi’s death row, “Fourteen Days in May” takes the viewer into the tragically desperate world of a man condemned to die while steadfastly confessing his innocence …

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Cropsey (2009)
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The legend of the local ‘boogeyman’ has fascinated and terrified children throughout the world for centuries on end… ‘Cropsey’ takes that ‘power of the urban legend’ and creates, arguably one of the most intriguing investigative-crime documentaries ever made in the ‘serial killer’ genre…

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Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills (1996)
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1996 documentary film directed by Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky about the trials of three teenage boys who came to be known as the West Memphis Three in West Memphis, Arkansas…This documentary of a gruesome triple murder in West Memphis, Arkansas and the subsequent trials of three suspects, takes a hard look at both the occult and the American justice system in ‘small-town’ America…

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