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Many people are jealous of others who live in mansions, but if they knew the inside story, people might not be so green with envy. Hosted by journalist Christopher Mason -- a longtime chronicler of high society and its duplicitous affairs -- "Behind Mansion Walls" describes what happens when family dynasties implode, high-stakes divorces end in bloodshed and rich decadence turns to death. The docuseries details the criminal investigations of oil tycoons, real estate moguls, self-made billionaires and privileged heiresses, aided by expert testimony, stylized re-creations, and narration from the victim's first-person perspective.

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Wealthy people hire hit men to dispose of troublesome loved ones.
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Jealousy turns into an obsession when less-fortunate people kill the wealthy in order to walk in their shoes.
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Rich, pampered children become ruthless killers.
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Millionaires fall for lower-class workers who turn out to be greedy killers.
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Refusing to obey the "Lord of the Manor" can have deadly results.
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When falling out of love leads to splitting assets worth millions, spouses kill to cut their losses.
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Affluent people kill to further increase their wealth.
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Wealthy heirs destroy human lives.
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Family members disregard kinship over money matters.
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People are willing to kill for wealth.
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Killers believe that when the trail is cold, they are above suspicion.
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These families are driven by passion and money.
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These women thought they had found it all: the man, the millions and the house, in a modern-day fairytale that became a nightmare ending in murder.
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Shocking crimes that rocked the world; stories of murder, greed, royal connections.
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A perfect family man and a treasured member of the community hide dark secrets.
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His millions give them all they could ever want, but in reality the man meant to be their greatest protector becomes their greatest enemy.
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Two brothers grow up to make millions, but darkness follows as both end up the victims of cold-blooded murder.
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A man posing as a doctor kills a woman and then buries her body at his home; all is not as it seems when a family is found dead.
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One doctor lies dead after a stabbing and another is guilty of murder.
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A woman is found dead in her bathtub; a man fails to return home following a business trip.
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A woman is stabbed 23 times when her fairytale marriage turns sour; police find blood in the home of a missing man.

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