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A&E Releases True Crime Docuseries “Invisible Monsters: Serial Killers in America”!



Invisible Monsters: Serial Killers in America


Are you a True Crime obsessed? If yes then get ready for the all-new docuseries by A&E “Invisible Monsters: Serial Killers in America” that weaves the stories of five infamous serial killers—Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy, Jeffrey Dahmer, The Green River Killer, and BTK—together into a single narrative exploring the perfect storm of what was happening in culture, communications, law enforcement, media, forensics, and technology that allowed them to proliferate and evade capture.

Each episode that begins airing on Sunday, August 15, 2021, on A&E will include names that still strike fear into the hearts of many, these seemingly normal men developed disturbingly intimate and hands-on approaches to murder that were at odds with their soft-spoken public existence. Most of our public understanding of the modern serial killer comes from the 20 years that all five men were active. We still struggle to reconcile the uncomfortable dichotomy of monsters hiding in plain sight.

The stories of these killers and their victims are told by those closest to them, including exclusive interviews with survivors, investigators, forensic psychologists, prosecutors, and victims’ family members.

A&E Delves Into Serial Killers' Backgrounds in 'Invisible Monsters'| Promax  Brief

The era of the 1970s and 1980s, when serial killers of America were at their most rampant, has never been examined as a whole, according to Dr. Robert Schug, a neurocriminology and clinical psychologist specializing in the criminal mind—and that’s exactly why true-crime watchers can look forward to when they watch the show.

“This is the first time we’re seeing these particular five serial killers together in one narrative,” he told Entertainment Tonight about the docuseries. “They were all sort of operating at the same time in history, and that’s a piece that often gets lost. In some respects, they even played off of each other during that critical time period.” Dr. Schug also takes issue with the frequent glorification of serial killers, telling the outlet, “The names of these five gentlemen have become cool names on t-shirts … And that’s unfortunate. They should not become our heroes.”


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