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Chilling scenarios unfold in this true-crime series, which tells actual stories of people who shared their lives with loved ones who became killers. Each hourlong episode puts viewers in the shoes of the loved one, who first notices that something is amiss, interprets the puzzling signs and clues, and eventually comes face-to-face with the horrible truth: that the person has a very dark side. Exclusive interviews and firsthand accounts of the critical moments leading up to the vicious acts showcase devastating, often undiscussed consequences on the people who have nurtured, loved and raised a murderer.

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It never occurred to Shirley Gaskins that the father she adored could be one of the most prolific serial killers in America, but the more people vanished without explanation, the harder it was to deny.
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Years after discovering the horrifying truth, Cindy is still haunted by memories of the night she decided not to kill her husband, Bobby, in his sleep.
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Sean Lewis isn't surprised to hear his brother, Patrick, has been arrested again, but this time around, Lewis learns he has been helping a monster lead a secret double life by repeatedly helping his brother get out of jams.
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When Lori McLeod falls for a man claiming to be an FBI agent, she feels certain she will always be safe; now, as the end of her life draws near, Lori vows that the murderer who betrayed her family will never become a free man.
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When Brian Cargill divorces his wife, Kimberly, he thinks it's the end of the worst time of his life; instead, he finds himself in a desperate battle to save his son, Jamie, from her deadly wrath.
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As children, Betty and Ulayla adored their little brother Johnny and tried to protect him; as they got older, Johnny did strange things, but they never believed he was capable of pure evil until he confessed a horrible secret.
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Melissa Holland begins to realize she's in mortal danger after marrying her high school sweetheart, Michael Overstreet.
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Brooke Lehman is raised to believe Kevin Dunlap is her father; her mother, Stephanie, keeps the truth a secret, but neither of them realize that Dunlap is keeping far more deadly secrets of his own.
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Charles Sexton believes his father, Eddie, is God; he and his siblings are loyal disciples until the family descends into madness, and Sexton finds out that crossing his parents means death.
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Edward Pehowic harbors dark secrets before he marries Robin Healey, and she'd catch only glimpses of her husband's dark side, but when she finally escapes from him, she realizes just how evil he is.
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Travis Spencer thinks that the cruel pranks played by his older brother, Timothy, were ultimately harmless; it turns out that older brother Timothy is using younger brother Travis as practice for a gruesome future.
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Michele Ward is glad that her husband, Richard Daniel Starrett, doesn't mind her frequent trips to visit her parents; Michele could never guess the reason that he sends her away is because his sick perversions are getting harder and harder to hide.
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Wallace Jeffs grows up believing his half-brother, Warren, will guide his family to salvation; when his nephew reveals Warren's true nature, Wallace must choose between loyalty to his family or to his church's new prophet.
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When Tim Kreider discovers proof that his son, Alec, was responsible for a horrific crime, he knows what the right thing to do is; his instincts as a father tell him something else.
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Robert Foust contemplates killing his son, Aaron, as the only way to prevent Aaron from becoming a murderer; instead, Robert chooses to put himself and his son in God's hands, and God's plan makes him question everything.
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Jack Roy Spillman starts collecting wolf memorabilia, and his sisters think it's an odd hobby; when they learn of horrific things he's done, they realize some people may have been right when they called him more animal than human.
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While Ronald Hawkins and Candace Sims know their son, Robbie, is different, they are shocked when he commits a crime that shakes the country.
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George and Margaret Keller don't suspect that the man terrorizing their city could be a member of their own family; as it dawns on them that their son hides a sinister secret, they must decide whether or not to turn him in.
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Estephania LeBaron is raised to believe that her father and brothers are holy men who are justified in doing terrible things in God's name, then she begins to question everything when faced with having to do the same terrible things herself.
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Danyall White describes how her brother, Richard, tells increasingly violent stories until she comes to realize he is keeping a monstrous secret.
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When Walt Chavis joins the police force, he is prepared to risk his life, but he never imagines the greatest threat will come in the form of his own brother or that he will be forced to choose between his duty and his family.

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