STRANGER 456: Read the bible and scripts for season one

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January 2nd 2017 STRANGER 456 is a thriller documenting of the hunt for a serial killer named Axel who is murdering people across all victim classes in defiance of all FBI profiles. Working against a deadline as he uses the homicides to create some kind of master work, the brilliant but twisted killer is being pursued by Maddy Bergstrom a tenacious young Sheriff’s Deputy and T.C. Forbes Ph.D., a former Special Agent and veteran of the Bureau’s Behavioral Analysis Unit at Quantico. At the same time they’re being thwarted by Supervisory Special Agent Ron Killebrew who now runs the BAU. In an epic chase that begins on an icy mountain road in Washington State and climaxes in Axel’s Midwest lair, STRANGER 456 is unlike any take on the serial killer genre you’ve ever known. 




This entire first season of EIGHT EPISODES including a two hour season finale was written by five-time Emmy-winning former ABC News correspondent Peter Lance, the best-selling author of four non-fiction investigative books on the FBI for HarperCollins.

Lance was the show runner on the fourth season of WISEGUY and he worked as a writer/producer on such iconic television crime dramas as JAG, CRIME STORY & MIAMI VICE.

Pregnant with moral ambiguity, action and depth of character, STRANGER 456 is a psychological thriller that will shatter all the myths you’ve encountered about these real-life human predators.

The jacket cover quote from legendary ex-NYPD Homicide Detective James Moss says it all: “Peter Lance’s years of tenacious investigative reporting pay off. STRANGER 456 is a riveting probe into the mind of a psychopath”

On the 15th of each month you’ll be able to access the teleplay for each successive hour of the series.You can order the page-turning novel the series is based on at or watch the video from the book’s original publication date in May of 2012 on YouTube. 

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