Episode: SERIAL KILLER: Charlie Brandt


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SERIAL KILLER: Charlie Brandt

In 2004 a seemingly normal man commits an unthinkable crime. Police and friends are left to wonder what caused this man to just snap but his older sister holds the key and reveals a dark family secret that would completely change the investigation.

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