The year is 1993 and three women have been murdered in Melbourne.
The culprit? 21-year old Paul Charles Denyer.
Stan’s newest true crime documentary – Revealed: No Mercy, No Remorse – follows the 1993 investigation that led to the arrest of the Frankston serial killer after he brutally murdered 18-year-old Elizabeth Stevens, 22-year-old Deborah Fream, and 17-year-old Natalie Russell.
The documentary includes the police tapes from Denyer’s interrogation, as detectives work tirelessly through the night to unravel Denyer’s version of events. It took more than 1500 questions by lead investigator, Detective Senior Sergeant Rod Wilson, and his team to break Denyer’s story – an interview still considered to be a murder interrogation masterclass.
For the first time, the detectives who investigated the 1993 Frankston murders will speak about the case and how they captured Paul Charles Denyer.
Revealed: No Mercy, No Remorse is set to explore the psychology of the serial killer, whose power to create fear in a community is magnified by the fact that he can live undetected in that community, often for years.
The Stan Original Documentary Revealed: No Mercy, No Remorse will premiere 23 June only on Stan.