Crime Seen | Episode 26: Indian Predator: The Butcher of Delhi
Crime Seen is a true crime review podcast that gets to the heart of how true crime stories are told. Join Mari Forth @MariTalks2Much and Sarah Carradine @sarahcarradine as they put true crime properties under the magnifying glass. In this episode they examine INDIAN PREDATOR: THE BUTCHER OF DELHI. Watch it on Netflix. Joining them is Sasha Joseph @funSize_04
A dismembered body is left outside a jail, with a taunting note challenging the police to catch the killer. Is this his first murder? And what drives the Butcher of Delhi to violence? How many magnifying glasses out of 5 will they rate INDIAN PREDATOR: THE BUTCHER OF DELHI? Listen to find out. Or jump to the ratings at about 1:05:58
book: THE DEADLY DOZEN: India’s Notorious Serial Killers (Anirban Bhattacharyya, 2019)
docu-series: CRIME STORIES: INDIA DETECTIVES (2021) Netflix; THE TALWARS: BEHIND CLOSED DOORS (P. A. Carter, 2021) HBO Asia
Jump to the recommendations at about 1:10:58
Next time on Crime Seen: MY DAUGHTER’S KILLER with Beth Dixon @AugustaWind11 – watch it on Netflix and send in your comments and questions.
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