All week long, Vulture is exploring the many ways true crime has become one of the most dominant genres in popular culture.
While Serial famously inspired a wave of true-crime storytelling on podcasts, HBO’s The Jinx and Netflix’s Making a Murderer arguablymade the boom real on television. Now, after three more years of stories involving murder and mayhem
For the family of Lisa Ann Millican, it seems the fight will never end.
They fought to keep her killer from coming up for parole — that battle was lost in the courts, and Judith Ann Neeley had a parole hearing in May.
They fought to keep her behind bars, collecting names on petitions and asking for letters in opposition. They won that battle; Neelley remains in Julia Tutwiler Prison.
Now they are fighting against a TV show seeking to re-enact the 1982 crime.
The show proposed by the Oxygen network would be the third true show to re-enact what happened to Lisa — without any say from the family, unless they choose to be interviewed.
“Families of crime victims already have to deal with the fact that they couldn’t protect their family member in life,” said Cassie Millican, wife of Lisa’s brother Calvin and spokesperson for the family. “We can’t protect them in death either.
OXYGEN MEDIA PREMIERES “SNAPPED NOTORIOUS: TED BUNDY” ON SUNDAY, JULY 15th AT 6PM ET/PT
New York, NY – July 9, 2018 – Oxygen Media, the network for high-quality crime programming, presents a new two-hour special that revisits one of the most nefarious serial killers of all time – Ted Bundy. “Snapped Notorious: Ted Bundy,” premiering on Sunday, July 15 at 6pm ET/PT, will not only peek into the dark mind of this prolific killer, but also take a fresh look at the crimes he committed through the eyes of those who knew him intimately. For a sneak peek, please visit: https://www.oxygen.com/snapped/season-99/videos/snapped-notorious-ted-bundy-airs-sunday-july-15th
Described by his own defense attorney as the “very definition of heartless evil,” Ted Bundy is considered to be one of the most dangerous serial killers of all time, as his murder spree of
The woman on the other end of the line was hysterical.
Through screams and sobs, Eileen Leone spoke of men forcing their way in to her boyfriend’s Egg Harbor Township home June 29, 2006.
“Please hurry up,” she yells.
“Darius,” she calls to her boyfriend, 32-year-old Darius Smith.
But Smith, a beloved local youth sports coach, was already mortally wounded.
It would take eight years for his killer to be charged.
Leone, who is now serving a 30-year sentence for murder, is the subject of this week’s “Snapped” episode on the Oxygen network.
It tells the story of a woman whose drug addiction kept her family away and led to violent outbursts and possibly prostitution to pay for her habit.
After a day of fighting with Smith, Leone struck him in the back
NORFOLK, Va./ May 24, 2018 (STLRealEstate.News) — Let’s face it: online home search usually sends you down endless rabbit holes instead of quickly guiding you to the three-bedroom equivalent of Mr. or Ms. Right. Homes.com now solves this problem with a brand new site, built from the ground up in partnership with digital agency Grow, to make the process smarter, faster, more personalized, more shareable, easier to organize and more mobile-friendly than ever before – thanks to the human-like search that thinks like you do.
Love a certain look? The new Homes.com Snap Search BETA feature offers the first national visual search tool for homebuyers. Upload a photo of the house down the street you’ve always admired, a dream home you found on Pinterest or Instagram or any image from your phone or computer, and the artificial intelligence returns local listings with a similar architectural style, or exterior finish, using
Love a certain look? The new Homes.com Snap Search BETAfeature offers the first national visual search tool for homebuyers. Upload a photo of the house down the street you’ve always admired, a dream home you found on Pinterest or Instagram or any image from your phone or computer, and the artificial intelligence returns local listings with a similar architectural style, or exterior finish, using machine learning algorithms analysis of 100’s of millions of property images.
Tired of wasting time browsing through properties that don’t quite hit the mark? Just tell the site which amenities are “must have” and which are “nice to have” when you start your search, add other preferences like your desired schools, and the new Homes.com Match will assign a “Match” score to each home in your results based on those parameters. It will also clearly show which “must-have” criteria match and which don’t. Results are
Oxygen Media, the home for high quality true-crime programming will examine medical mysteries in “Snapped Notorious: Prescription for Death,” a two-night special that will focus on both Charles Cullen and Kristen Gilbert, whom hid in plain sight where their victims would have felt safest – a hospital. The two-part special will recount and delve deeper into the incidents that made these two nurses some of the most ruthless killers in America. For a sneak peek, please visit here!
“Snapped Notorious: Prescription for Death – Charles Cullen” will premiere on Saturday, May 12th at 6pm ET/PT and will investigate one of America’s most prolific serial killers. Nurse Charles Cullen may have murdered up to 400 victims,
Using the money from the sale of Suzan’s Scottsdale townhouse, Michael and Suzan went to Israel, India, France and the U.K. My mother waited until the pair were gone, and then we left too, trying to get lost in the urban sprawl of Southern California ― near my mother’s uncle, the only person who truly believed her when she said, “My ex and his new wife might kill us.” He was a former cop who believed frightened women.