Oxygen: May highlights

True crime channel Oxygen screens three new US documentaries on May 1st.

Oxygen is available on Fetch TV.

Murders at the Boarding House
When the Sacramento Police Department receives a missing person’s report from a concerned social worker, they send Det. John Cabrera to the boarding house where the individual was last seen. The elderly landlady, Dorothea Puente, is friendly and cooperative, but when Cabrera discovers human remains in the backyard, Puente falls under suspicion of murder. Then with police getting closer to unearthing the rest of the bodies, the old lady gives Cabrera the slip and goes on the run.

Rifkin on Rifkin: Private Confessions of a Serial Killer
Through newly revealed interviews from Attica Correctional Facility, New York’s most prolific serial killer, Joel Rifkin, reveals exclusive insights into the mind of a monster. With unprecedented access to Rifkin’s childhood friends, investigators on the case, and those closest to the victims, viewers will gain fresh perspective into the psyche of the infamous serial killer. How did he continue to fly under the radar while committing 17 murders? Those closest to the case reveal how Rifkin became the invisible madman who made headlines and *almost* got away with murder.

Killer Motive S2
From the producers of NBC’s “Dateline,” and hosted by NBC News correspondent Stephanie Gosk and Emmy® Award winner Troy Roberts, “Killer Motive” exposes the sinister motives that drove killers to commit their unspeakable crimes. Gosk and Roberts return to the crime scenes and meet with the victims’ friends and family, law enforcement, lawyers, psychologists and the killers themselves to uncover why the killings occurred and how investigators ultimately cracked each case.

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