The most terrifying serial killers in American history are the protagonists of Crímenes de Terror. In this podcast, we will learn the stories of Jeffrey Dahmer, John Wayne Gacy, Fred and Rosemary West, Charles Manson, Richard Ramirez, Ted Bundy, and others of the most dangerous criminals of all time.
Crímenes de Terror will delve into the lives of these men and women to learn about their childhood, what were their motivations for entering the underworld and we will explain why they committed such bloody acts worthy of a scary movie.
Could it be that reality has already far surpassed fiction?
Two renowned Mexican journalists, José Luis Montenegro and David Dorantes, on both sides of the border, present an in-depth investigation of each murderer, their psychological profiles, the FBI reports and the sentences they received because of the terror and suffering they caused in the country.
In each episode, we will dive into the most chilling details of the murderers, detailing how they killed their victims, how they went unnoticed for so long, their arrests, trials and disturbing crime scenes.
Why did Charles Manson get a cross tattooed on his forehead? Why did John Wayne Gacy dress as a clown to commit his crimes? Why did Jeffrey Dahmer have a fixation on African American men? If you have the courage… find out in Terror Crimes!
Crímenes de Terror is an original product of Mundo Hispánico Digital
David Dorantes is a writer and journalist with more than 25 years of experience covering sports, culture, crime, politics and special investigative reports. In Mexico, he founded the newspapers Siglo 21 and Público, worked at the Houston Chronicle and for four years has been a correspondent for MundoHispánico in Texas. He has published journalistic collaborations in the newspaper El Universal in Mexico and the magazine Cáñamo in Spain. As a writer, he is co-author of the book of stories Tell me if you have not wanted. Anthology of exiled stories (Literal Publishing, 2018). He won the 2000 Journalism Emissary Award from the University of Guadalajara and took the Journalistic Chronicle workshop with Gabriel García Márquez invited by the Fundación Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano (FNPI). As a journalist, he has published reports, interviews, police reports and opinion pieces in Mexico, Spain and the United States. Some of his stories have appeared in the Mexican magazines Trashumancia, Blanco Móvil, La Rueda and La Canica. He is also a contributor to Jalisco Radio and a music columnist for Literal magazine, Latin American Voices.
Jose Luis Montentegro is a journalist and writer specialized in news coverage of security, organized crime, Mexican politics, and electoral elections in Latin America. He was a member of the international team of reporters and editors of the weekly Newsweek en Español. His journalistic investigations have been published by the British newspaper The Guardian and the Russian portal RT en Español. In 2015, he published his first book entitled “Narcojuniors. The heirs of criminal power ”, under the EnDebate seal of Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial. His articles and reports have been included in Proceso magazine, the television networks Univision, Telemundo and CNN en Español; as well as the organization Insight Crime and international media such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, L’Express, Time, The Telegraph, USA Today, among others. He is currently part of the team of journalists at Mundo Hispánico Digital Network.