The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst - HBO
This six-part docuseries focuses on real estate heir Robert Durst who was accused of killing his ex-wife and two other people in three different states. Durst was acquitted of one of the murders for lack of evidence even though he admitted to dismembering and killing his neighbor. His arrogance is probably the most frightening as was his chilling statement at the end of the last episode when he thought the cameras were off.
The Keepers - Netflix
The Roman Catholic Church has been in the news quite a bit lately and for good reason. Accusations of sexual abuse by priests have haunted the Church for years. This seven-part docuseries focuses on the murder of Sister Cathy Cesnik who many believe was murdered because she had suspicions that a priest at the school she taught at was sexually abusing students. Her death remains a mystery, but the circumstances surrounding it, will leave you spooked.
Nurses Who Kill - Netflix
Nurses are supposed to take care of you, but the nurses featured in this docuseries have decided that the best course of action is to take matters into their own hands. And that means murdering their own patients whether as an act of mercy or just because they could. Why and how these nurses killed is the focus of the show and you can't help but wonder what kind of crazy nurse you'll run into the next time you're in the hospital.
I Am a Killer - Netflix
In this series, you'll hear directly from men who are sitting on death row for murder. It's chilling to hear these men speak about their crimes as many of them show no remorse. Still, the series is a fascinating look into these killer's minds, but be forewarned; some of these interviews are downright horrifying.
Fear Thy Neighbor - Investigation Discovery
Think you know your neighbor? Think again. Of all the shows that could possibly keep you on edge, this is the one. Crazy neighbors doing crazy things for the most ridiculously insignificant reasons. Would you murder your neighbor because their music was too loud? Well, someone's neighbor did!
B.T.K.: A Killer Among Us - Investigation Discovery
Dennis Radar seemed a normal, upstanding guy but he was secretly a serial killer responsible for the murder of 10 people in Wichita, Kansas. This two-hour special delves into his murderous behavior and subsequent trial and conviction. Want to know what B.T.K stands for? It's a nickname he came up with for himself about the things that stimulated him the most: bind, torture, kill. Scary is an understatement!