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August 18th, 2021 under A&E

Most serial killers have at least one victim who survived to tell about their harrowing ordeal. Starting tonight at 9:30p on A&E, we will hear their horrifying stories on I Survived a Serial Killer.

In 1992, Jennifer Asbenson accepted a ride from Andrew Urdiales. Unfortunately, that choice became the biggest mistake of her life. That is because he kidnapped her, tried to rape her, and then kill her. She was the only woman out of eight who literally was in his clutches and made it out alive.

Tonight, she shares what happened on that fateful day, what he did to her, and how she got away. We also hear from the cops who worked the case and how they finally caught him.

There are so many serial killer documentaries that focus on the police and/or the families, but this 12-part series focuses on the only people who can tell what it is like to survive the hands of some of the sickest murderers.

It is something that might have been told in the past, but not like this. If you think about it, these are the voices that we really want to hear from.

In the upcoming episodes, we will hear from the people who lived to tell what it was like to come face to face with Richard Beasley (AKA The Craigslist Killer), Angel Resendiz (AKA The Railway Killer), or David Parker Ray (AKA The Toy Box Killer) and live.

You might want to sleep with the lights on that night because the truth is always scarier than fiction. And their truths are some of the most terrifying.

As someone who is obsessed with series because I lived in the next town from the Son of Sam, this docuseries is my latest addiction. I think that says a lot because this is a topic I have focused on for decades.

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