Home videos are meant to record happy family memories, but what if they capture tales of manipulation, deceit and murder? With intimate interviews with the survivors, these are the stories of when evil hides behind a mask of love.
An up-close and personal look at the front line of policing, using real footage from police body cameras. Life on patrol can be anything but routine.
New true crime series Britain's Deadliest Kids investigates some of Britain's most notorious, bone-chilling and fascinating murder cases committed by young offenders. Catch up on the first episode, the Will Cornick case, now.
The destructive capacity of love is all too real in these stories of fatal attractions, relationships that turned so sour it led to murder. Featuring reconstructions and interviews with families of both the victims and the killers.
Serial killer BTK terrorised Wichita, Kansas for 30 years until his capture in 2005. Investigators, victims’ families and his own daughter reveal how they were affected.
Forensic psychologists and criminal profilers uncover horrifying clues and reveal the true stories of people driven by love to commit murder.
Profiles major crimes of the 21st century using dramatic reconstruction, archive news footage and police video material along with interviews from investigating officers.
The gripping stories of ordinary people connected to a killer. Did they see signs that something was amiss? Did they turn a blind eye? Or did they choose to dig deeper, and realise the horrible truth that the person they trusted was a monster?
A closer look at real FBI cases – from murders to robberies - with dramatic re-enactments and interviews with agents and forensic scientists who work in the investigations.
Examines the use of forensic science in criminal investigations. From microscopic DNA, to ballistics, to hair and fibres, cutting edge technology is used to bring killers to justice.
Missed the first episode? Catch up with the new series of Most Evil now.
Small towns are synonymous with the simple life - peaceful, quaint and care-free. But these seemly peaceful places have become notorious for something far darker: murder.