The six degrees of helter skelter [videorecording] ; The Ted Bundy story ; The boneyard.
- Physical Description: 1 videodisc (283 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: [La Crosse, WI] : Echo Bridge Home Entertainment, c2010.
Title from container spine.
The Ted Bundy story originally released in 2003.
Boneyard originally broadcast on the Discovery Channel in 2000.
"Double-sided disc"--Disc surface.
"3 film set"--Container.
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The six degrees of helter skelter / Tenacity Entertainment ; Not a Hollywood Sign Production, LLC. ; directed by Mike Dorsey -- Ann Rule presents: the stranger beside me, the Ted Bundy story / Robert Greenwald Films ; Crown Media ; a USA Network original film ; a Barbara Lieberman production ; produced by Kay Hoffman ; teleplay by Matthew McDuffie and Matthew Tabak ; directed by Paul Shapiro -- The boneyard / produced by New Dominion Pictures for Discovery Channel ; written by Allison Erkelens ... [et al.] ; produced by Mike Sinclair, Joe Wiecha ; directed by Stuart Taylor.
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The six degrees of helter skelter: Scott Michaels, host.
The Ted Bundy story: Billy Campbell, Barbara Hershey, Kevin Dunn.
The six degrees of helter skelter: A hauntingly unique retelling of the notorious Manson Family Murders. With original Manson Family music recordings, rare vintage photos of the story's major players, and never-before-seen autopsy reports, viewers are taken on an insightful exploration of over 40 key locations associated with the spree that rocked Los Angeles-- and shocked the world-- in August 1969.
The Ted Bundy story: The true story of a crime reporter named Ann Rule, who was hired to cover a string of unsolved murders stretching from Utah to Seattle. She soon realizes the killer was one of her closest friends, Ted Bundy.
The Boneyard: The true story of one of the most grisly crime scene investigations in the history of the United States. The grueling case, that began with a simple shoplifting arrest, unfolded clue by clue, until a shocking discovery rocked the nation. More than forty pounds of bones and five intact bodies buried on Charles Ng and Leonard Lakes' property.
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