Explores unsolved cases, revealing connections between crime, psychopathology, and forensic science.
Exposes the psychological dynamics in the sensational murder of a American-Korean family.
Showcases the intricacies of mental health stigma and legal injustice in the murder of a mentally-ill young mother.
Shows organized crime's psychological underpinnings and purposes.
Explores the complex interplay between racism, mental health, and crime in the trial and death sentence of Ruby McCollum in the 1950s.
Investigates the relationship between misogyny and women's mental health in the case of the serial "The Cleveland Strangler" Anthony Sowell.
Analyzes crime and teen mental health issues in the context of the Columbine school-shooting massacre.
Examines abuse's psychological link to criminal behavior in the case of Lorena Bobbitt.
Unearths American serial killer Ted Bundy's charm and manipulation tied to psychopathology.
Uncovers motives of psychopathology surrounding the murder mystery of an Indian aristocratic woman who was buried alive.