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NONFICTION - DOCUMENTARY | FRANCE | ENGLISH | TV-14
A fascinating investigation into some of the most notorious, infamous and terrifying crimes in French history.
A serial killer targets prostitutes in Paris - 20 years before Jack the Ripper.
In 1930s Paris, a young girl poisons her parents and claims it was a double-suicide.
A would-be poet becomes an instant celebrity after he is convicted of murder.
A murder case enthralls the French public in the early years of the Bourbon Restoration.
The commuting of a killer's death sentence sparks public outrage in the early 1900s.
At the end of the 19th century, a bloodthirsty killer eludes capture until an early form of police profiling is employed.
A self-confessed killer's charm does not prevent his from being the last public execution in France in 1939.
A serial killer preys upon war widows in Paris throughout the years of World War I.
A domestic servant is suspected of killing 36 people with arsenic from 1833 to 1851.
A criminal anarchist gang terrorizes France using cutting-edge technology in the early 1900s.
Two sisters admit to a gruesome double murder in a case that shocks the nation.
Built in 1820, the Peyrbeilles Hostel is the scene of a horrific massacre.