NEW YORK (February 13, 2018) – HLN intensifies the manhunt for one of the nation’s most prolific uncaught serial killers with a new true crime original series, Unmasking A Killer premiering Sunday, March 18 at 9pm ET/PT, only on HLN. The five-part docuseries profiles the terrifying real-life story of the Golden State Killer – a man responsible for a staggering 51 attacks and 12 murders in California. Investigators have searched for the sadistic criminal for forty years and with recent evidence suggesting he may still be alive, in 2016 the FBI Sacramento announced a national campaign and $50,000 reward to identify the perpetrator – making the investigation hotter than ever.
Through five one-hour episodes, Unmasking A Killer takes an in-depth look at the manhunt, patterns, escape methods and
The parents of Desiree Gibbon traveled to the island of Jamaica this weekend to reclaim her body and search for clues in her murder. The 26-year-old model was found beaten with her throat slit on an isolated country road outside of Montego Bay last Saturday.
Visiting the site where her body was found, her father Gairy Gibbon ruminated on his daughter’s last moments. “To be left here on some dark road to die like this,” he told New York’s Daily News. “It must be somebody’s worst fear, especially if you are a woman.”
Gibbon grew up in Hollis, Queens and had worked as a child actor and competed as a beauty queen in between modeling gigs. She had a degree from West Virginia University and intended to study documentary filmmaking. She had travelled to Jamaica to work as a musical talent scout and a bartender to save up
Natalee Holloway’s parents have relentlessly searched for answers ever since she went missing during a class trip to Aruba following her graduation from an Alabama high school in 2005. After 12 years, some closure may be imminent. According to Natalee’s father, Dave Holloway, and the family’s private investigator, T.J. Ward, bone fragments that were discovered in Aruba, as chronicled on Oxygen’s “The Disappearance of Natalee Holloway,” were sent to veteran forensic scientist Dr. Jason Kolowski, a former Forensic Laboratory Director of the D.C. Department of Forensic Sciences who founded Forensic Insight Consulting, LLC, to coordinate DNA testing and help them understand the results.
At least one of the bone fragments discovered is “from a single individual,” Kolowski, who is pictured below, tells Oxygen.com. “They are human, and they are of Caucasian, European descent.” Natalee, who was declared legally dead in 2012, was also Caucasian and of European descent.
Lawyers are currently building up a $100 million case against the late pop star Michael Jackson’s former companies and are searching worldwide for more information about his alleged crimes. According to the New York Daily News, these attorneys are seeking out Jordan Chandler, one of the first to accuse Jackson of wrongdoing. Chandler had received a $20 million payoff after his father sued Jackson for molesting him as a child. Lawyers believe Chandler has left the United States to avoid more questioning on the matter.
Legal teams for Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck, who were companions of Jackson as children, are hoping to convince Chandler to open up. Robson and Safechuck say they were abused as children as well.