In a new series on LMN, Monster in My Family, the families of serial killers will be brought together with some of their victims families. On June 3, the network announced that they would be premiering this new series on July 1, with Melissa Moore, an international expert and speaker, facilitating these meetings.
Moore is the daughter of Keith Hunter Jesperson, a man who is also known as the Happy Face Killer. In the premiere episode of Monster in My Family, she brings her own story as the child of a serial killer to the viewers, while also getting together with the family members of one of her father’s
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LMN presents, “Monster in My Family,” a riveting new non-fiction series that delves into the world of infamous serial killers through a unique perspective rarely ever heard, as the family members of the killers come out of the shadows to reach out to the families of the victims. Each episode follows a different family’s journey, facilitated by Melissa Moore – daughter of Keith Hunter Jesperson, infamously known as the “Happy Face Killer” – as they connect with the families of the killer’s victims to express their sorrow and empathy. Six hour-long episodes are set to premiere beginning Wednesday, July 1 at 9pm ET on LMN.
With unprecedented access to the serial killer’s lives behind closed doors, through stunning home video footage, photos, journals and more, “Monster in My Family” reveals the dual lives led
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NEW YORK, June 3 (UPI) — Lifetime Movie Network says Monster in My Family, a docu-series that introduces the families of infamous serial killers to the relatives of their victims, is to premiere July 1.
The series will consist of six hourlong episodes hosted by Melissa Moore, daughter of Keith Hunter Jesperson, known in the media as the “Happy Face Killer.”
“With unprecedented access to the serial killers’ lives behind closed doors, through stunning home video footage, photos, journals and more, Monster in My Family reveals the dual lives led by some of the most notorious serial killers through the ones closest to them — parents, partners, friends and children. Through the guidance and unique support of Melissa, the killer’s relatives will meet with families of the victims for the first time, in hopes of providing some kind of peace and closure,” the cable television network said in a news release.
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