Episode: E07: The Ken and Barbie Killers


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E07: The Ken and Barbie Killers
Paul Bernardo, one of “The Ken and Barbie Killers”, also known as the “Scarborough Rapist”, flew under the radar in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, stalking young women and attacking them on dark suburban streets. Paul’s actions only got worse when he met Karla Homolka, who enabled him to go from raping to killing. Greg and Vanessa investigate police mismanagement and how these two serial killers pick victims and locations.

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