Like Chad, they prove increasingly irksome distractions for a series that’s most gripping—and terrifying—when it’s not trying so hard to inflate its story’s importance. Powered and implemented by FactSet Digital Solutions. Algarad also had so-called “spiritual wives” he welcomed into his circle. But when he began boasting that he had committed murders, and had stored a body in his basement, covered in cat litter and bleach to hide the stench—a tactic that didn’t work, as most attest to the house reeking of filth and death—no one initially took him seriously. Including the cops. ©2020 FOX News Network, LLC. Fresh (1) & Features, More This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, Nate and Jenna’s plight, on the other hand, does indicate that parental enabling and neglect is a prime factor in kids’ drugs-and-anarchy behavior.

A journalist races to learn the truth when human remains are found in the home of self-proclaimed Satanist Pazuzu.

All Quotes displayed in real-time or delayed by at least 15 minutes. He routinely bragged about killing people, and in 2010, he and cohort Nicholas Rizzi were charged in connection with the shooting death of an African-American man, Joseph Emmrick Chandler, near the Yadkin River. There are no featured audience reviews yet. More stunning still, by that point, cops had already begun receiving reports about bodies buried in Pazuzu’s backyard. Pazuzu was, it’s safe to say, an unhinged lunatic.

Aug 27, 2019 An autopsy report showed that Wetzler was shot three times in the head and at least four times around the torso, the Winston-Salem Journal reported. Market data provided by Factset. Viceland's true crime series "The Devil You Know" focuses on John Lawson, a self-styled Satanist who renamed himself “Pazuzu." And at a certain point, if you’re a tiny little woman, you can’t make your adult son who killed people in your house do what you want. Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines for Sept. 23 are here. Get the freshest reviews, news, and more delivered right to your inbox! By creating an account, you agree to the Privacy Policy

The series first aired on August 27, 2019. It’s a noble endeavor, except for the fact that Pazuzu’s case can’t shoulder such weighty significance—not to mention that it’s carried out in a manner that’s more aggravating than enlightening.

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Pazuzu Algarad's mother said finances were to blame for the lack of mental health treatment he received early on before the murders. Audience Reviews for The Devil You Know: Season 1. Before it begins trying to derive Meaningful Lessons from its material, The Devil You Know proves a riveting case study of a unique madman. Chad Nance explores the background of a mentally-ill killer.

©2020 FOX News Network, LLC. Click the link below to see what others say about The Devil You Know: Season 1! Don’t worry, it won’t take long. Yet in the end, the couple’s attempts to find smack by any means necessary (including prostitution), along with Matt’s drinking-and-destitution circumstances, receive an undue amount of Intervention-esque attention.

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(Viceland), The Daily Beast previously reported Algarad allowed his friends to do “whatever they pleased to his abode,” including relieving themselves in the corner of a room, and then “leaving the mess to be eaten by one of his many dogs.”, “If people feel pushed out of their community or they’re not getting help, they’ll go somewhere where they’re accepted,” Gillespie explained. “The Devil You Know,” a new docuseries premiering Aug. 27 on Viceland, explores the horrifying life of Pazuzu Algarad, a disturbed Satanist who ran a house of horrors. And these were easy people to exploit and harm.”. The Daily Beast pointed out the police had received reports about bodies buried in Algarad’s backyard, but nothing turned up after an initial search in the “hoarder-style insanity of the place” and undeniable stench. The percentage of users who rated this 3.5 stars or higher. During his psychiatric evaluation, Algarad said he bathed no more than once a year and did not brush his teeth in years. The former spends an inordinate amount of time trying to make Pazuzu an emblematic victim of systemic American failures, which comes across as overreach. Top Critics (0) In the docuseries, she takes a careful look at Algarad’s deteriorating mental health and the lack of care he received before the murders. According to the documentary, Algarad had previously bragged about committing the murders but no one took him seriously. 2. Following a dramatic revelation in the Pazuzu Algarad case, journalist Chad Nance and those impacted by the crimes struggle to understand the story they tell. All rights reserved. Watch The Devil You Know online instantly. A Punk Knows Where the Bodies Are Buried.

Mutual Fund and ETF data provided by Refinitiv Lipper. 2 results. “He wanted to be the bad guy,” says a former high school classmate, and in that regard, he succeeded, transforming himself from a miserable kid into a nightmarish adult who constructed a mini kingdom of anything-goes mayhem at 2749 Knob Hill Drive, with him as its charismatic king.

(Forsyth County Sheriff's Office). Just leave us a message here and we will work on getting you verified. ‘HOMICIDE HUNTER’ STAR LT. JOE KENDA REVEALS THE ONE CASE THAT HAUNTS HIM THE MOST. The Devil You Know is an American documentary television program broadcast on the Investigation Discovery (ID) cable television channel.The program debuted on June 15, 2011, when it was one of five new crime documentary television series released on ID in summer 2011. The program aired for three seasons, with its final episode airing on December 19, 2013. Gillespie said that many of the facts surrounding the case were quickly sensationalized in initial reports. (Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures/Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images), Fox News Flash top entertainment headlines for Sept. 23, Why 'The Rock' is endorsing THIS candidate, Documentary: Minnesota man murdered by siblings felt threatened before grisly end, Steve McQueen became a born-again Christian, found comfort in Billy Graham before succumbing to cancer: book, Matthew McConaughey reveals why he's never shared details of his sexual abuse: Nothing 'constructive', Joe Biden's election update speech draws celebrity reactions, Maher blasts Big Tech, rips Twitter for censoring Trump's CBP chief: 'That's f---ed up', Bill Maher pushes back after guest dismisses all 70M Trump voters as 'racists,' 'tribalists'.

A punk war veteran makes a decision. All rights reserved. Gillespie said she hopes audiences will look pass the shocking headlines surrounding Algarad’s case and instead understand how the killings could have been prevented. Nance also says that he’s being denied “the truth” about what happened to Pazuzu—an assertion that doesn’t jibe with the reasonably comprehensive evidence presented here.