Just a few more days until October 13, when Netflix’s new series, Mindhunter, premieres on the streaming service. We’ve got the new trailer.
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In October, 2014, a tourist visiting Yellowknife disappeared. Atsumi Yoshikubo seemed like a typical Japanese vacationer, visiting for the majestic creaking pines and the ethereal beauty of the northern lights. Five days after arriving, she walked out of town and into the woods, never to be seen again. Award-winning producer, writer and director Geoff Morrison’s The Missing Tourist delves into the mystery of Yoshikubo’s vanishing. With no signs of criminality, or much hard evidence at all, could Atsumi have traveled all that way just to slip silently out of the world?
This week on the inaugural edition of True Crime Corner, we’ll be looking at H.H. Holmes. Herman Webster Mudgett, also known as Henry Howard Holmes, or more commonly known as H.H. Holmes, is widely considered America’s first serial killer, although that factually isn’t correct. He is the first known serial killer. The lengths at which he went to carry out his atrocities and the sheer number of possible victims make him more notorious than murderers who came before him. His crimes occurred over a century ago, but why is it his infamy exists in pop culture today?