A hand-picked collection of the most disturbing interviews with real-life monsters ever caught on camera.
1. Interview With the Paris Cannibal Issei Sagawa
In 1981, Issei Sagawa murdered, raped and cannibalized his classmate. However, the Paris Cannibal was found legally insane and unfit to stand trial.
After spending a couple of years in mental hospital, Sagawa became a minor celebrity in Japan and made a living through the public’s interest in his crime.
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2. FBI Profiler Mark Safarik Interviews Joel Rifkin
One of the senior members of the FBI’s elite Behavioral Analysis Unit, Mark Safarik, interviews Joel the Ripper.
3. Interview With the Green River Killer
Pennie Morehead, author of Green River Serial Killer: Biography of an Unsuspecting Wife interviews Gary Ridgway in prison.
4. Jailhouse Interview With Paul Bernardo
2006 jailhouse interview with the Scarborough Rapist Paul Bernardo.
5. Rare 1991 Interview With Edmund Kemper
A rare 1991 interview with Edmund Kemper.
6. Interview With a Psychopathic Sex Offender
Dr. Anna Salter interviews a psychopathic power and control sex offender. The interview is a part of Salter’s video series Truth, Lies and Sex Offenders & Sadistic vs. non-Sadistic Sex Offenders.
7. Shocking Interview With the Angel of Death Charles Cullen
60 Minutes’ Steven Kroft interviews a former nurse Charles Cullen. Although he confessed to killing 40 people, experts estimate that he may have killed up to 400 of his patients.
8. Rare ITV Interview With the Confession Killer
ITV interviews the Confession Killer Henry Lee Lucas. After his arrest in 1983, officers from 40 separate states used Lucas’ confessions to clear 213 open and cold cases. Eventually, the Confession Killer claimed to have killed over 3000 people.
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9. Interview With Charles Manson in San Quentin Prison
A fascinating prison interview with Charles Manson, aired on March 7, 1986. In 1987, the interview earned Charlie Rose an Emmy Award.