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‘True Crime Documentaries FANS COULD MAKE A KILLING DUE TO A NEW PROMOTIONAL MARATHON , IF THEY DARE’
• Crime doesn’t pay – but watching hour upon hour of watching True Crime Documentaries does.
• If you’re a true crime fan who can handle the real-life stories of the world’s most infamous serial killers and haunting details of the paranormal, Magellan TV may have the perfect job for you.
• The documentary streaming service wants to put one candidate to the test by putting them through a terrifying 24-hour binge of back-to-back horror stories – while live streaming the whole thing to see if they crack.
• Magellan TV — a documentary streaming service — is looking to hire a true crime fan to watch 24 hours of true crime documentaries in a row.
• The winner receives $1,000, a 1-year free membership to Magellan TV and a three, three-month subscriptions for friends.
• Interested parties can apply on the Magellan TV website. They will need to fill out an application form, which includes a 100-1,000-character explanation about why they should be selected.
• The application also calls for your social media accounts.
• The website reads: “Should you win this dream job on our All-Night Crime Watch, we’ll provide basic guidelines for tracking your Crime Journey – when it comes to sharing the experience via social media, we just want you to keep it real. Don’t worry if you accidentally drift into the dark dreamland-you’ll actually have 48 hours to complete this epic crime and mystery binge.”
HERE ARE THE THINGS ONE NEEDS TO BINGE WATCH
• Manson’s Missing Victims – 47 min
• Manson 40 Years Later – 90 min
• Tortured to Death: Murdering the Nanny – 44 min
• Murder on the Internet – 86 min
• Women on Death Row – 53 min
• Killer in the Family – 45 min
• Columbine Massacre: In the Killer’s Mind – 51 min
• Last Confessions of the Cannibal –
• 58 min Behind Bars – 288 min
• Parachute Murder Plot – 46 min
• Art Trafficking: Gray Market – 53 min
• Crimes that Made History – 130 min
• Jonestown: Paradise Lost – 200 min