Murder: No Apparent Motive

“4000 a year dead, killed by total strangers, it’s an epidemic of murder in America, murder with no apparent motive” – Released by in 1984, this rare documentary explores the increase in recreational murder seen throughout the United States, primarily focusing on notorious killers such as Henry Lee Lucas, Ed Kemper and Ted Bundy. The film itself even features an exclusive interview with Kemper and presents us with archival footage of Bundy throughout.

Due to the film having been released back in 1984 we hear complaints from law enforcers with regards to how hard it can be and the challenges that must be overcome in order to catch serial killers without having access to the DNA databases we hold for granted today.

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