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When an East Coast girl moves west, her plan is to make it first as a Las Vegas showgirl, then as an actress in Hollywood. But on the eve of her first solo, she vanishes, and a massive search to find her uncovers a grisly demise in Sin City.

A charismatic country singer knows she has to leave Wisconsin for Nashville in order to become a superstar, but even as she works on her debut album in Music City, her dreams are destroyed by a madman intent on becoming an infamous serial killer.

John Lennon is one of the most influential and important artists in music history. But the public face of peace, love, and revolution is a mask. Behind his righteous persona is a troubled man crippled by a traumatic childhood. John Lennon buries the pain of abandonment by spending his whole life building a myth. And when the private truth became public, it ultimately cost him everything.

John Lennon, founding member of The Beatles, was one of the greatest singers and songwriters of all time. A peace activist and multi millionaire Lennon was shot dead by a crazed fan. He left a legacy that will live forever and a giant fortune to his wife Yoko Ono. He also left a disgruntled son, Julian, who wages a battle lasting almost two decades for his share of his father's fortune and history.

As one of the Fab Four who comprised The Beatles, George Harrison reinvented rock and roll and, in the process, became one of the biggest rock stars of all time. After developing an interest in Indian culture and mysticism, his attention turned to charity as he organized numerous benefits to help those less fortunate and promote Eastern ideas of peacefulness. After dying at age 58 due to lung cancer, however, his desire for peace and love appeared lost on those who scrambled to grab a piece of the fortune he left behind.

The cult classic feeds off the Haitian belief in zombies could be based on the (admittedly rare) cases where a person was poisoned by tetrodotoxin and later revived inside the coffin and taken from the grave. Furthermore, he added, there was much more to the zombie phenomenon than simply the powder; it was only one part of a deep-rooted sociocultural belief in the power of witchcraft. In Haitian culture, voodoo priests do much more than create zombies; they are said to bring both blessings and curses through magic.

The “Scream” movies featuring the iconic Ghostface killer are one of the most popular horror franchises of all time. The four films have grossed more than $330 million dollar in North America alone. It also spawned a successful TV series in 2015. But the roots of the story go back to a horrifying murder in Florida in the early 1990’s. Screenwriter Kevin Williamson was inspired to draft an 18-page script treatment about a young woman, alone in a house, who is taunted over the phone and then attacked by a masked killer. He borrowed elements from the real story of serial killer Danny Harold Rolling, a.k.a “The Gainesville Ripper” who murdered four female college students in Florida in 1990. Williamson changed the location from a college to a high school for the original film. The opening scene of the first “Scream” movie featured the gruesome murder of a young woman played by Drew Barrymore. Her grisly murder closely resembles the first brutal slaying committed by Rolling.

In the late ’60s, the Zodiac killer terrorized the San Francisco Bay Area with a string of horrific unsolved murders. Visionary director David Fincher turned author Robert Graysmith’s non- fiction account of the crimes into Zodiac, which became the gold standard for fact-based serial killing thrillers. Featuring archival interviews with stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Chloe Sevigny, director David Fincher, screenwriter James Vanderbilt, author Robert Graysmith and producer Arnold Messer.

In 1970 The Perron Family move into their dream home in Harrisville, Rhode Island only to discover that they are not alone. The children report seeing and feeling the presence of spirits and their mother experiences nightly visits from gatherings of ghosts. The peril intensifies when renowned paranormal experts, Ed and Lorraine Warren, arrive on the scene to try and rid the family of the evil presence they feel inhabits the house. Their story inspires the 2013 hit movie “The Conjuring”. Featuring archival interviews from the films stars Patrick Wilson, Lilli Taylor and Ron Livingston and a never seen before interview with one of the Perron children who lived in the house.

When a large family moves into an old rural farmhouse, they hope to give their kids a simpler life. But they’ve landed in a house full of terrible secrets. A family home full of angry apparitions…tragic suicides…and sinister witchcraft. The ghosts terrorize the mother and frighten the children every night. You might think this is the plot from a horror film, but it’s all terrifyingly true. These are the actual events that inspired the movie The Conjuring, and many more stories of terror. This is the Behind the Screams account of the Perron family home’s haunting.

The cult classic feeds off the Haitian belief in zombies could be based on the (admittedly rare) cases where a person was poisoned by tetrodotoxin and later revived inside the coffin and taken from the grave. Furthermore, he added, there was much more to the zombie phenomenon than simply the powder; it was only one part of a deep-rooted sociocultural belief in the power of witchcraft. In Haitian culture, voodoo priests do much more than create zombies; they are said to bring both blessings and curses through magic.

The “Scream” movies featuring the iconic Ghostface killer are one of the most popular horror franchises of all time. The four films have grossed more than $330 million dollar in North America alone. It also spawned a successful TV series in 2015. But the roots of the story go back to a horrifying murder in Florida in the early 1990’s. Screenwriter Kevin Williamson was inspired to draft an 18-page script treatment about a young woman, alone in a house, who is taunted over the phone and then attacked by a masked killer. He borrowed elements from the real story of serial killer Danny Harold Rolling, a.k.a “The Gainesville Ripper” who murdered four female college students in Florida in 1990. Williamson changed the location from a college to a high school for the original film. The opening scene of the first “Scream” movie featured the gruesome murder of a young woman played by Drew Barrymore. Her grisly murder closely resembles the first brutal slaying committed by Rolling.

In the late ’60s, the Zodiac killer terrorized the San Francisco Bay Area with a string of horrific unsolved murders. Visionary director David Fincher turned author Robert Graysmith’s non- fiction account of the crimes into Zodiac, which became the gold standard for fact-based serial killing thrillers. Featuring archival interviews with stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Chloe Sevigny, director David Fincher, screenwriter James Vanderbilt, author Robert Graysmith and producer Arnold Messer.

In 1970 The Perron Family move into their dream home in Harrisville, Rhode Island only to discover that they are not alone. The children report seeing and feeling the presence of spirits and their mother experiences nightly visits from gatherings of ghosts. The peril intensifies when renowned paranormal experts, Ed and Lorraine Warren, arrive on the scene to try and rid the family of the evil presence they feel inhabits the house. Their story inspires the 2013 hit movie “The Conjuring”. Featuring archival interviews from the films stars Patrick Wilson, Lilli Taylor and Ron Livingston and a never seen before interview with one of the Perron children who lived in the house.

When a large family moves into an old rural farmhouse, they hope to give their kids a simpler life. But they’ve landed in a house full of terrible secrets. A family home full of angry apparitions…tragic suicides…and sinister witchcraft. The ghosts terrorize the mother and frighten the children every night. You might think this is the plot from a horror film, but it’s all terrifyingly true. These are the actual events that inspired the movie The Conjuring, and many more stories of terror. This is the Behind the Screams account of the Perron family home’s haunting.

As the leader of the Branch Davidians religious cult, David Koresh became highly known for leading his “Army of God” in a 51-day standoff against the Federal Government that resulted in the deaths of four ATF agents and over 80 Davidians. After stockpiling massive amounts of weapons in preparation for the apocalypse and alleged sex with minor cult members, the ATF raided their holy compound and burned down the center after their bloody standoff. Koresh was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound after the fire.

Peter Sutcliffe, also known as The Yorkshire Ripper, is one of the world's most infamous killers. He was convicted of killing thirteen women and attempting to murder seven others. At the time he claimed the voice of God sent him on a mission to kill prostitutes. We have interviewed a former Broadmoor patient who served time alongside Sutcliffe - he tells us about the ripper's manipulative manner.

Jim Jones was the cult leader and founder of the People’s Temple. Known for his extreme beliefs on Christianity, socialist politics, and racial equality, Jones is infamous for the mass murder-suicide he led of over 900 of his followers in Jonestown, Guyana. Urging his church’s members to drink a cyanide-laced punch as a sign of loyalty, the 1978 event resulted in the greatest single loss of American lives before 9/11.

As the leader of the Branch Davidians religious cult, David Koresh became highly known for leading his “Army of God” in a 51-day standoff against the Federal Government that resulted in the deaths of four ATF agents and over 80 Davidians. After stockpiling massive amounts of weapons in preparation for the apocalypse and alleged sex with minor cult members, the ATF raided their holy compound and burned down the center after their bloody standoff. Koresh was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound after the fire.

Peter Sutcliffe, also known as The Yorkshire Ripper, is one of the world's most infamous killers. He was convicted of killing thirteen women and attempting to murder seven others. At the time he claimed the voice of God sent him on a mission to kill prostitutes. We have interviewed a former Broadmoor patient who served time alongside Sutcliffe - he tells us about the ripper's manipulative manner.

Jim Jones was the cult leader and founder of the People’s Temple. Known for his extreme beliefs on Christianity, socialist politics, and racial equality, Jones is infamous for the mass murder-suicide he led of over 900 of his followers in Jonestown, Guyana. Urging his church’s members to drink a cyanide-laced punch as a sign of loyalty, the 1978 event resulted in the greatest single loss of American lives before 9/11.

Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, Celebrity Page brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, Celebrity Page is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.

Actors William Shatner and George Takei spent decades playing Captain Kirk and Lieutenant Sulu together on the iconic TV show Star Trek. But when their intergalactic adventures ended, a bitter and resentful war of words began that lifted the lid on a feud that had been festering for years. Then, when country superstar LeAnn Rimes stole supermodel Brandi Glanville’s husband, the two women became locked in a bitter and shockingly personal battle that snowballed into a salacious media spectacle.

Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, Celebrity Page brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, Celebrity Page is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.