‘Sorry, Sorry, Sorry!’ Phil Hartman’s Wife Went Wild With Rage Minutes Before Murder

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Beloved comedian Phil Hartman died instantly on May 28 after his mentally-ill third wife, Brynn Hartman, shot him following a heated argument.

After getting dinner and drinks with friend Ron Douglas that afternoon, Brynn returned to her and Phil’s home in a daze of booze, drugs and fury. She reportedly started a vicious fight, and when he declined to take part in it, she became enraged.

“They were in the bedroom at one point. They started arguing again, she yelled out very loudly ‘Sorry, sorry, sorry sorry.’ Nobody knows what that was about,” says Hartman Biographer, Mike Thomas, in a clip for REELZ’s new docuseries, Phil Hartman: Behind Closed Doors.

“Phil – who hated conflict — retreated from whatever argument she wanted to start, and just went to sleep,” he continues in the promo video. “Brynn may have done more drugs, she may have had more to drink — nobody really knows — but at some point she went to their bathroom and retrieved a gun from the lock box they kept in there. She went back to the bed and stood facing Phil and fired the gun three times.”

As soon as Phil died, a panicked Brynn rushed back to pal Ron Douglas’ house and confessed to the crime, leaving her sleeping children at home, feet from the scene of the murder.

Phil Hartman: Behind Closed Doors airs Sunday, May 27 at 9:00 ET/ 8:00 PT on REELZ.

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Aliases & Corruption: How Whitey Bulger Got Away With Murder Until Age 81

Whitey Bulger was one of the most feared leaders of organized crime from 1975 to 1990. He was responsible for at least 11 killings, and known as Boston’s most dangerous gangster.

Now, REELZ’s new docuseries, Murder Made Me Famous: Whitey Bulger, seeks to uncover the truth behind his deadly murder schemes, and the secret life he led following his years years of crime.

“Whitey was probably one of the most prepared gangsters I know of,” says Margaret McClean, author of Whitey On Trial, in the show teaser.

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“He has cash, jewelry, and documents for another life — all stashed away in safety-deposit boxes around the U.S. and Europe,” adds Murder Me FamousSteve Helling.

Bulger’s crimes went on for 16 years, making him the second most wanted criminal (just after Osama Bin Laden) in the FBI’s chilling list.

Despite his multiple ties to law enforcement and his complex webs of corruption, Bulger continued to be a free man until investigators finally captured him in 2011. He was 81 year old at the time.

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“Where’s Whitey Bulger? I thought he had to be dead. He was somehow dead and he was buried under the bridges along with the other victims,” recalls McClean.

Bulger and his longtime girlfriend, Catherine Greig, took on aliases and travelled the country before settling down in Santa Monica. Their new residence was only a few blocks from the beach — and four miles from the FBI office in Los Angeles!

Murder Made Me Famous: Whitey Bulger airs Saturday, May 19 at 8:00 ET/ PT on REELZ.

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Corruption & Dark Secrets: Inside Boston Gangster Whitey Bulger’s Shady Crime Scheme

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Whitey Bulger was one of the most feared gangsters in Boston from 1975 to 1990. Apart from being responsible for at least 11 murders, the killer also served as an FBI informant who tipped off police to take out other organized crime groups. By doing this, he strengthened his own crime network.

The 2015 film Black Mass, starring Johnny Depp, was based off of the hectic life and dark secrets of the crime boss himself.

Nearly three decades after the brutal murders, REELZ is releasing its shocking docuseries Murder Made Me Famous: Whitey Bulger, in hopes of comprehending Whitey Bulger’s criminal past.

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“Now, there are other law-enforcement agencies on his tail, and they’re conducting their own investigations,” recalls Murder Me Famous’ Steve Helling in the show teaser.

Bulger was known for killing gangsters and innocent bystanders. The wide variety of his murders got him on the FBI’s Most Wanted list, where he stayed for 12 years.

“We were the state police organized crime unit. If we didn’t go out and investigate organized crime, then we were part of the problem, and the last thing I wanted to be is part of that problem,” says retired Massachusetts State Police Officer, Thomas Foley.

“He gathered information, but every time he was this close to catching Whitey or the Winter Hill gang, his investigations would be compromised,” explains Margaret McClean, Author of Whitey on Trial.

“We realized that it was more than just Bulger that we were dealing with, that there was a lot of corruption going on in the Boston area as a result of Bulger’s relationship with law enforcement,” adds Foley.

Murder Made Me Famous: Whitey Bulger airs Saturday, May 19 at 8:00 ET/ PT on REELZ.

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‘They Gonna Kill Me’: Pregnant Woman Sent Chilling Text To Mom Minutes Before Murder

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A pregnant woman sent a desperate text to her mom, warning her of her death, just minutes before she was allegedly murdered, RadarOnline.com has learned.

According to NewsOK, Twyla Taylor received a disturbing text from her 7-months-pregnant daughter, Shaliyah Toombs, this April 29, saying: “They gonna kill me mom help me.”

Taylor reported Toombs missing that same morning, and police found her dead three days later.

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The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said cops discovered Toombs’s body inside a pickup truck in Oklahoma City.

Local residents Joshua Finkbeiner, 30, and Staci Harjo, 42, were arrested on murder charges after going in for questioning. They are being held on two counts of first-degree murder as they await a court hearing.

The truck driver, Daniel Vasquez, was arrested for accessory after the fact, after he told police of the body and confessed to having taken part in the murder.

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Vasquez told investigators that Finkbeiner and Harjo pointed a gun at him and Toombs and ordered them to get into the vehicle.

The suspected killers had previously burst into the pregnant woman’s home after they believe she’d stolen a hard drive that belonged to Finkbeiner’s employer. After they got her in the truck, they reportedly chocked her and told Vasquez to finish killing her. He told police that the woman did not have a pulse when he put his hand around her neck.

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The driver claimed Finkbeiner and Harjo the got out of the truck and paid him to drive off with the pregnant victim’s dead body. He alerted police at a local gas station, after he stopped to fill his tank.

“Hallelujah!!! Never Never Never under estimate the Power of Prayer. The people that murdered my only child Shaliyah Toombs and unborn grandson have been captured. I give God all the Glory and Praise and thank everyone who prayed and believed. #justiceformybabygirl” Shaliyah Toombs’s mother, Twyla Taylor, wrote on Facebook after the suspects were arrested.

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Golden State Killer Suspect Charged With 4 More Counts Of Murder

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Golden State Killer suspect Joseph James DeAngelo has been charged with four more counts of murder after officials found DNA that connected him to a string of killings.

As RadarOnline.com readers know, the 72-year-old was arrested in his Citrus Heights, California home this April.

He was initially charged with eight murder charges from killings that occurred between 1976 and 1986, and is now being accused of four more.

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“It is the most prolific unsolved serial killing case probably in modern history,” said Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert earlier this year.

Investigators believe DeAngelo was responsible for over 50 rapes and at least 12 homicides. They are still looking into the case and he has yet to enter a plea.

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Prom Mom Spent The Night Dancing With Pals After Killing Newborn In Bathroom

On June 6, 1997, Melissa Drexler gave birth to a baby boy inside a bathroom stall at her senior prom. The New Jersey teen — who hid her pregnancy from everyone for the entire nine months — suffocated the newborn and left him in the trash can to return to the dance.

Eyewitnesses said she appeared normal and happy during the event, and no one suspected she had just committed a brutal killing.

Now, REELZ’s new docuseries shines a light on the prom mom’s dark past and the troubled events that turned her into a teen killer.

“I think if someone was fully aware that they just had a catastrophic event happen in their life, they would not come out and do business as usual at the prom,” says Forensic Psychiatrist, Dr. Robert Bransfield, in the show teaser for REELZ’s Murder Made Me Famous: Prom Mom.

Melissa Drexler was eventually arrested after a school janitor found the baby in the trash.

Murder Made Me Famous: Prom Mom airs Saturday, May 12 at 8:00 ET/ PT on REELZ.

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Killer Prom Mom: The Real Reason Melissa Drexler Hid Her Pregnancy & Murdered Newborn

Melissa Drexler is known as the 18-year-old New Jersey student who gave birth in a bathroom stall at her 1997 prom, and left her dead newborn in the trash, after suffocating it. Now, REELZ is looking back at the horrific incident, and the dark secrets that led to the teen’s deadly actions.

“No one likes feeling shamed, and we will do, as humans, almost anything to avoid being shamed,” says Forensic Psychiatrist, Dr. Neil Kaye, in a teaser for REELZ’s new docuseries, Murder Made Me Famous: Prom Mom.

“These girls have gotten a message — generally from their parents, sometimes from their society, their community at large — that being pregnant and having a baby out of wedlock is just not acceptable. And to avoid the shame, to avoid that feeling, they then invoke the denial defense mechanism to try to keep things okay,” he continues.

“Some of them may cognitively know that they’re pregnant but again, they will take steps to ignore that or deny that because they just can’t cope with it. They don’t get any prenatal care, they don’t go to the doctors, they find ways to not show that they’re pregnant.”

After giving birth to and killing her child, Melissa Drexler returned to the dance as if nothing had happened.

“We don’t really know exactly what Melissa told her parents, but we do know that she did not tell them that she was pregnant,” says Medical Journalist, Sara Ivey, in the clip.

Murder Made Me Famous: Prom Mom airs Saturday, May 12 at 8:00 ET/ PT on REELZ.

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