Rampage: Killing Without Reason Season 1
S01 E01Jan 1, 2009
A New Kind Jan 1, 2009 While mass killings have been seen throughout American history, serial killing began to be recognized as a separate issue in the 1970s, while mass killings began to be designated separately because of high profile cases in the 1980s.
S01 E02Jan 1, 2009
Public Killings Jan 1, 2009 When Charles Whitman opened fire on a Texas university campus in the 1960s, it became the quintessential example of public, random killings in which being in the wrong place at the wrong time could be deadly.
S01 E03Jan 1, 2009
Spree Killers Jan 1, 2009 While some killers commit calculated and planned murders, it's far more likely for a mass murderer to go on an impulsive, rage filled killing spree.
S01 E04Jan 1, 2009
Hate Crimes Jan 1, 2009 Many mass killings have been committed against people of specific races and religions in an act we define as a hate crime.
S01 E05Jan 1, 2009
Workplace Rampages Jan 1, 2009 It's usually a place of security, but workplaces can become the target of a disgruntled worker with a gun
S01 E06Jan 1, 2009
School Massacres Jan 1, 2009 While Columbine is one of the most well known examples of a school massacre, the phenomenon is not a new one.
S01 E07Jan 1, 2009
Family Slaughters Jan 1, 2009 In 1975, on Easter Sunday, James Ruppert decided to kill 11 of his family members. While it was the largest family killing in American history, it would not be the last.
S01 E08Jan 1, 2009
Cult Tragedies Jan 1, 2009 Cult leaders attract devoted and fanatic followers, and sometimes convince them to take their lives in order to reach eternal peace.
S01 E09Jan 1, 2009
Bombers and Arsonists Jan 1, 2009 To evade detection or consequences, some killers resort to fires or explosions to carry out their attacks on the public
S01 E10Jan 1, 2009
Political Killers Jan 1, 2009 In a twisted attempt to send a political message, some resort to mass murder.