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My Deadly Relation   

Series 1: 6x60 | HD | 2018
Production Company
Woodcut Media
Primary Broadcaster

Murder is horrific and devastates many lives, but when we look at homicide, we usually view it from the victim’s point of view - how it affected their families and the loved ones they left behind. But what about those closest to the killer?

In this six part series, we tell the story from the perspective of those who knew the murderer best – their family. Whether it’s their father, sister, brother or ex-wife, we hear up close and personal what life was like with the killer in their life. Were there any early signs of their murderous intentions? Did they have any idea of the horror that lay ahead? How did they feel when they found out the terrifying truth?

The relatives will discuss how the heinous crimes impacted those around them and how they dealt with the aftermath, revealing what it’s like to have a murderer in the family… Each story also includes news and personal archive, testimony from police officers and journalists involved in the case, and psychological analysis of how the family have dealt with the truama.

Phillip Fraser

PHILLIP FRASER killed his wife while his daughter 11 year-old Sonnya was in the house. She describes how it happened and how with no parents her life went off the rails until years later when her father was released and she made contact. However, her father hadn’t changed and it wasn’t long after he was released that he killed again.

Richard Ramirez

RICHARD RAMIREZ ‘THE NIGHT STALKER’ as told by his niece Shelly who grew up not knowing what her uncle had done. In 1989 Ramirez was convicted of 13 violent murders in Los Angeles and San Francisco as well as numerous attempted murders, sexual assaults and burlagies all carried out in just over a year. Shelly’s parents stood by Ramirez but this cost them their marriage and custody of their children.

Fred West

FRED WEST, before, during and after the discoveries at 25 Cromwell Street as remembered by his brother Doug and his daughter Fred’s niece, Sam who was 11 at the time. Despite many family visits the ‘The House of Horror’ – 25 Cromwell Street none of the family suspected what had been going on there for years.