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"Serial Killer with Piers Morgan" delves into the minds of depraved serial killers for the first time. These are individuals who haunted communities for decades, and viewers are given access to maximum security prisons to discover what drove these people to kill. Morgan meets with victims' families and law enforcement as he seeks to understand the actions of these killers and what it took to race against time to stop them. Such interviews include Mark Riebe and Lorenzo Gilyard.

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aired 21 days ago
Piers Morgan enters Florida's maximum security Blackwater River Correctional Facility to confront Mark Riebe, a convicted killer who has since confessed multiple times to the abduction and murder of thirteen women along Florida's Gulf Coast.
aired 26 days ago
At Missouri's Crossroads Correctional Facility, Piers Morgan comes face to face with Lorenzo Gilyard-the Kansas City Strangler, and sets out to discover what drove this soft-spoken, seemingly ordinary man to kill multiple times over seventeen years.

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