A Crime To Remember
Fashions may change, but murder never goes out of style. These stories showcase the most-compelling crimes of yesteryear, when secrets festered, passions ran wild and cops had nothing but shoe leather and gut instinct to catch a killer.
- 1. Go Ask AliceNovember 12, 201344minTV-14SubtitlesEnglish [CC]Audio languagesEnglishQueens, NY, 1965. Two children are found dead. The cops are convinced the mother, Alice Crimmins, is guilty. Even after two trials both condemning Alice, it will take years to unravel the mystery of who killed Eddie and Missy.
- 2. The Career Girl MurdersNovember 19, 201344minTV-14SubtitlesEnglish [CC]Audio languagesEnglishNew York, 1963. Two young women are brutally murdered in their Upper East Side apartment. If these girls aren’t safe, who is? The NYPD is under pressure to solve the high-profile case but make a tragic misstep while investigating.
- 3. Judge, Jury, ExecutionerNovember 26, 201344minTV-14SubtitlesEnglish [CC]Audio languagesEnglishWest Palm Beach, FL, 1955. Esteemed judge Curtis Chillingworth and his wife say goodbye to friends at a dinner party and are never seen again. Police unravel a tale of corruption and evil that leaves Florida in shock.
- 4. Time BombDecember 3, 201344minTV-14SubtitlesEnglish [CC]Audio languagesEnglishDenver, 1955. United Airlines Flight 629 explodes in midair, killing everyone aboard. Crash investigators wonder if it was an accident at all. What follows is the discovery of the first-ever act of murder-by-airplane in the US.
- 5. A New Kind of MonsterDecember 10, 201344minTV-14SubtitlesEnglish [CC]Audio languagesEnglishA series of female students from Michigan universities are murdered one by one between 1967 and 1969. The young women are terrified, and the police commence a massive hunt for the monster they call The Co-Ed Killer.
- 6. Who Killed Mr. Woodward?December 17, 201344minTV-14SubtitlesEnglish [CC]Audio languagesEnglishAnn and Billy Woodward are the darlings of New York society in 1955 when tragedy strikes after a drunken dinner party. Billy lies in a pool of his own blood, and Ann pulled the trigger by accident ... or so she says.