All eyes are on the suspected Long Island serial killings. Generally, this type of crime seems to stir more intrigue than others. Serial killings are a whole different breed of crime because of the "it-could-happen-to-anyone" factor and the loose ends that can often drag out for years. These videos profile several high-profile serial murders and gives us an up-close look at who the killers really are.
'This is a game'¬†– Here, a former investigator explains how he helped catch the notorious "Son of Sam."¬† For those of you who don't remember, David Berkowitz, also known as the "Son of Sam," confessed to killing six people in New York City in the 1970's.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/us/2011/04/15/am.carroll.li.serial.killer.cnn"%5D
Atlanta monster? – Atlanta was kept on edge for nearly three years when bodies of missing children turned up dead around the city in the 1980's.¬† Eventually, police caught up with a man named Wayne Williams, who was later convicted of killing two of these children.¬† Today, Wayne Williams still claims his innocence in this one-on-one interview.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/crime/2010/05/31/pkg.wayne.williams.trial.cnn"%5D
'The Dating Game' killer¬†– You might never suspect the charming young man on the 1970's game show "The Dating Game" would be a killer.¬† But Rodney Alcala was convicted of murdering¬†several women around the time of the show almost 30 years after the crimes.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/bestoftv/2010/03/10/foreman.dating.killer.cnn"%5D