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For many, Los Angeles provides a dazzling dreamscape built on the hopes and dreams of those who risked everything to take their shot in show business. But demons also dwell in the City of Angels and lurking beneath the glitz and glamour are cold-blooded killers, brutal murders and shocking crime scenes. "Demons in the City of Angels" presents the tragic crimes that darkened the streets of L.A. and through emotional interviews and stylized re-creations, each one-hour episode takes viewers through the twists and turns of murder investigations that stunned the entertainment world.
Inspired by Sylvester Stalone's success with Rocky, Ken McDavid had gone through many ups and downs trying to make it as a screenwriter in Los Angeles - and unfortunately found himself living on the streets. But with a potential writing job on the horizon, it looked like his ship had finally come in. Unfortunately, Helen Golay, 77, and Olga Rutterschmidt, 75, had other plans. They killed Kenneth McDavid, and made the murder look like a hit and run in order to collect on a multi-million dollar life insurance policy. Incredibly, when police investigated the case, they found out Golay and Rutterschmidt had committed the exact same crime 6 years earlier!
Pressured by his father to becoming a star, Skylar Deleon was a former child actor with a string of successes— multiple commercials and a role on Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers. Years later, after realizing his career was heading nowhere, he turned to a life of crime. Skylar became infamous for murdering a retired couple, Tom and Jackie Hawks, while pretending to buy their 55-foot yacht. However, the investigation would uncover that Tom and Jackie weren't the only bodies left in Skylar's wake.
The stranger-than-fiction story behind the movie, "Alpha Dog" starring Bruce Willis, Sharon Stone and Justin Timberlake.
An in-depth look at the murder of Bonny Lee Bakely, wife of actor Robert Blake and the questions surrounding Robert Blake's possible involvement.
An investigation into the possible murder-for-hire story of successful Hollywood publicist, Ronnie Chasen.
The tragic story of the murder of aspiring actress Kristi Johnson and how her dreams turned into a nightmare.
An in-depth look at the 2004 brutal murder of 91 year-old Oscar winner Robert Lees, who was best known for writing "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein", "The Invisible Woman" and "The Black Cat".
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