The Killing Season American Nightmare – In the previous episode, reporter Diana Valdez explains her theory that the Albuquerque New Mexico West Mesa murders were the work of drug cartels. The victims, most involved with drugs and prostitution were likely used a mules and distributors of illegal narcotics flowing out of Mexico. Even more chilling
The Killing Season Wasteland – In the last double episodes of ‘The Killing Season’, documentarists Rachel Mills and Joshua Zeman discovered new highways of death as they ventured west along the I-4 highway from Daytona to Tampa. The series becomes ever more shocking as serial killers prey upon defenseless and vulnerable women who are driven
The Killing Season Killer on the Road – Toward the end of the last episode of ‘The Killing Season,’ it is fairly clear that Stacey Gage’s murder stands apart from the other east coast serial killer victims. This does not mean her murder was not the work of a serial killer, however, as Rachel and
The Killing Season Different Seasons – The last episode, the fourth in the series, had filmmakers Joshua Zeman and Rachel Mills driving around the country to investigate possible connections to other apparent serial killings. First stop was Atlantic City where authorities seemed to be no more forthcoming about four murders there than the Suffolk County
The Killing Season A Darkness on the Edge of Town – The previous episode of AE Network’s “The Killing Season” took viewers on a meandering path through the jungle of internet web sleuths where rumor and fact often conflicted. The Shannan Gilbert case figured prominently as the springboard to the discovery of other murders. Dr.
The Killing Season Danse Macabre – The third episode of “The Killing Season” opens with more speculation on the case that started it all. Shannan Gilbert disappeared into a nearby swamp after visiting a client at the Gilgo Beach Long Island community. Her body wasn’t found until a year later, but four other bodies were,
The Killing Season The Most Dangerous Game – The first and second episodes of the 8-part A & E series The Killing Season were run together November 12. The first episode laid out the general landscape of the ten murders sometimes attributed to the LISK or Long Island Serial Killer. The number ten is an
The Killing Season Whoever Fears Monsters – An A & E presentation by documentarians Joshua Zeman and Rachel Mills is an eight-episode series about the murders of ten sex workers whose bodies were dug up near Gilgo Beach, Long Island, New York in 2010 and 2011. Unlike other true crime TV shows, this one does