'The List of Ten': Release date, plot and all you need to know about Discovery+ documentary on serial killer Joseph Naso
Between 1977 and 1994, Joseph Naso had murdered six women around the San Francisco Bay area, although there has always been a strong suspicion that the number was more
Sometimes it's easy to wonder if Joseph Naso would have ever been caught. If not for the move to document his degradation against woman, the 87-year-old, currently serving a death sentence would be walking without a care in the world. The notorious serial killer will be the subject of the Discovery+'s upcoming crime documentary, 'The List of Ten' that details the list which goes by the same name. 'The List of 10' was described as a vague document that had details of locations, but the dates and names were missing.
Between the time period of 1977 and 1994, Naso had murdered six women around the San Francisco Bay area, although there has always been a strong suspicion the number was more. By the time he was 76, Naso has collected a massive amount of images he had taken of women in different dresses and varying degrees of consciousness. In addition, he also had a list of all his murders in his dinky and filthy apartment. Eventually, these led to his arrest and sentence.
'The List of Ten' releases on February 23 on Discovery+.
The official description according to 'The Streamable' reads: "In 2010, a probation officer conducts a routine check on 76-year-old Joseph Naso, in Reno, Nevada. During a search of Naso’s home for probation violations, the officer finds a shocking cache of materials: thousands of pictures of women in hosiery, mannequins dressed in lingerie, and a journal recounting dozens of sexual assaults. But the most important piece of evidence found is Naso’s “List of Ten,” a handwritten list with ten cryptic entries of vague locations, but no names or dates. Investigators fear that they have stumbled upon a hidden serial killer and his list of victims completely by chance. Working against time, investigators have one year to decode the list before Naso goes free."
Allison Corn, Stan Sue, Jennifer Silverman and Antony Tackaberry serve as the Executive Producers. Simon Boyce serves as the co-executive producer. Gabriela Brum comes in as the producer.
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