In this preview of Directions with Stan Grant, Mike King shares his leadership lessons - from teaching top cops the art of criminal profiling, to bringing cutting-edge technology into investigation war rooms.
In the final episode of the season, Mike and Tory take a closer look at the inexplicable murders of 7-week-old Ian Wing in the US and 21-year-old Betty Shanks in Brisbane.
Mike and Tory discuss the role of location in ritualistic killings - from the crimes of the US's Lafferty Brothers, to the Australian cold case of Maria James.
Join Mike and Tory as they unpack the crimes of two of the most malevolent human beings to ever draw breath: Utah's Blaine Hogge Nelson and Australia's own Boogieman, Mr Cruel.
Mike and Tory take a closer look at the mysterious disappearance of Suzanne Morphew and how lessons learned from the tech-led investigation could unearth new leads in cases like the Beaumont children.
Mike and Tory take a closer look at the devious and disturbing crimes of the 'Real Estate Rapist' and retrace the likely steps of the killer in Central Queensland's oldest cold case.
Go inside Mike King's investigation and ultimate takedown of the Zion Society - and uncover the eerie similarities with other notorious cults, including NXIVM and Australia's own 'The Family'.
Explore the technology
Explore how interactive maps are supporting law enforcement professionals around the globe.
Criminal profiler Mike King explains how mapping tech can shed new light on cold case investigations.
A decade on from the disappearance of Bung Siriboon, the Herald Sun interviews cold case expert Mike King, who retraced her final steps and analysed geographic clues to shed new light on the case.
Get hands on with the mapping tech that supports public safety professionals to solve crimes.
About the hosts
Channel 7's Sunrise and Mike King explore how contemporary crime mapping technology can solve cold cases.
Get to know the man behind the breakout new Australian podcast - Mapping Evil.
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