Crime and society have always walked hand-in-hand. But some cases are so infamous, they made history. In this series, we revisit some of Asia’s most infamous crimes are equivalent to Jack the Ripper’s notoriety in British history. Hosted by journalist, Arglit Boonyai, the series examines what made each crime so heinous, that it went down in the annals of history. We’ll see how societal views influenced the conversations around each case and look at how the case was investigated and tried.
In Indonesia, a well-respected dukun turned serial killer murdered in secret for more than a decade. And in Hong Kong, two high profile cases gripped an entire nation and made everyone's stomach churn.
Dismemberment And Body Parts
In Taiwan, a shocking double murder disrupts an idyllic farming community; in notoriously low-crime Singapore, two murder cases where the victims have been cut up sent the entire nation into standstill.