Original air date: 11/08/2017 Runtime: 43:34 min. In pre-war America street gangs were on the rise. California media stirred up panic about young Mexicans and Latinos. When WWII began, racial tensions increased, and they were quickly portrayed as a significant threat, leading to a racial boiling point.
Original air date: 11/15/2017 Runtime: 43:37 min. In Nazi Germany and Britain, the blackouts were a necessity for defending lives and property from enemy bombing but proved a useful tool for predatory criminals, allowing two serial killers who used the absolute darkness to prey upon victims.
Original air date: 11/22/2017 Runtime: 43:34 min. Incensed by their treatment under Mussolini's regime and anxious to re-establish their European criminal network, Mafiosi including incarcerated kingpin Charles "Lucky" Luciano offered their full support to American intelligence officers.