Arjun makes a deal with a gangster and pimp, Sameer (Shekhar Shukla), to solve the mystery of the unexplained disappearance of his prostitutes. While investigating, Arjun finds a phone number linked to the missing girls. He tells Sameer to send a prostitute to that number. Sameer decides to send Reshma, a college newcomer in the business, who has chosen this work to feed her family, but keeps this a secret from them. Reshma is sent to the house of Dheeraj Pandey who is actually a psychopathic murderer responsible for torturing and killing the missing hookers. He decides to do the same with Reshma and throws her in a dark well, with the intention of torturing her till she dies.
Arjun discovers that Dheeraj is the murderer and informs the police. While Dheeraj is held in jail, the commissioner calls a psychiatrist to extract his confession. Dheeraj tells the doctor that he kills women because he thinks they take advantage of men. Dheeraj is eventually released under Nirmala Pandit's influence. Meanwhile, Reshma escapes from the well and tries to find her way out through the forest.
Arjun meets Dheeraj's family, and the family reveals that Dheeraj used to beat his wife. Up next, he meets a private dancer, Sonia, who was also tortured by Dheeraj but managed to escape. Arjun then meets an idol-maker who used to work with Dheeraj. The maker tells him that Dheeraj used to make idols of devils instead of deities and killed the factory owner who tried to stop him. Inspector Sadaa (Sudhanshu Pandey) informs Arjun that Dheeraj is free, and the police try to track him down as quickly as possible. Nirmala and Dheeraj enter the same temple where Reshma is hiding. Nirmala and the priest, who had both been unaware of Dheeraj's true nature, are killed by Dheeraj, but not before the priest reveals that Reshma is also there. Dheeraj finds the terrified Reshma who urinates (out of fear) on seeing him. Dheeraj then brutally murders her, escaping just before Arjun and the cops arrive. Arjun finds Reshma's body and breaks down, feeling guilty and responsible for her death.
Three scholarship students begin their first year at an elite school in Spain, attended by students from the wealthiest families in Spain. We quickly find out that one of the police are investigating a student murder, and each episode is presented as a flashback. (Although this series has so much potential as it explores race, class, and religion, I was a little put off by the depiction of explicit situations these supposed teens are in. Definitely TV-MA.)
In all, Operation Reinhard personnel murdered approximately 1.7 million Jews in the Operation Reinhard killing centers and related mass shootings. The victims of the Operation Reinhard camps also included an unknown number of Poles, Roma (Gypsies), and Soviet prisoners of war.
Captain Wirth applied his experience with Operation T4 to the construction of the killing centers. Wirth had played a significant role in Operation T4 in Germany between 1939 and 1941. In the T4 program, carbon monoxide gas was used to murder institutionalized persons with disabilities. At all three Operation Reinhard sites, personnel also murdered their victims with carbon monoxide gas. This gas was first generated by the exhaust from large motor engines and then was channeled into stationary gas chambers.
German staff and their auxiliaries, most of them trained at the Trawniki training camp, murdered approximately 1.5 million Jews and an undetermined number of Poles, Roma (Gypsies), and Soviet POWs in the Operation Reinhard killing centers. The numbers of Jewish victims at each killing center were:
In June 1943, the Belzec killing center was liquidated. The Jewish forced laborers there were either shot or deported to Sobibor to be gassed. The Treblinka and Sobibor killing centers were liquidated in the autumn of 1943 following prisoner uprisings. Camp officials ordered the camps to be dismantled and murdered the remaining prisoners. At Belzec and Treblinka, the Nazi authorities built a manor house and planted trees and crops to disguise the area as a farm. A former auxiliary police guard was housed at these sites to further camouflage them and to discourage looting.
In total, the SS and police killed approximately 1.7 million Jews as part of Operation Reinhard. Of those, approximately 1.5 million were murdered in the Operation Reinhard killing centers. The other Jewish victims were killed in related mass shootings. The victims of the Operation Reinhard camps also included an unknown number of Poles, Roma (Gypsies), and Soviet POWs.
Danica Curcic and Mikkel Boe Følsgaard star as Naia Thulin and Mark Hess, the detectives assigned to investigate the case. As more bodies and chestnut men pile up, the two cops begin to connect the dots on an expansive mystery. It's a thoroughly enjoyable show, told across six episodes, and has already attracted a lot of attention on Netflix. If you've already watched the series and you're hungry for more, we've got you covered. This handy list has seven of the best shows similar to The Chestnut Man that you can watch for more murders, mysteries, and haunting stories.
Sofie Gråbøl stars as Detective Inspector Sarah Lund, a talented investigator who is assigned a number of complicated cases. In the first season, Sarah looks into the murder of a young woman. In the second, she investigates a series of murders targeting people linked to the Danish military. The third season involves both a brutal murder and the abduction of an industrialist's daughter. The Killing has also been remade by AMC as an American series starring Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman.
After a series of brutal murders, two detectives are tasked with finding the deadly serial killer who is responsible. But as they dig deeper, the investigators find that the killings have a connection to Valhalla, a boys' home with a horrible history. The Valhalla Murders originally aired in Iceland in 2019 and was released globally via Netflix in 2020.
Season 1 follows the career of two Louisiana State Police homicide detectives, skipping between the past and the present to expose a twisted conspiracy. Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson star in the season as the eternally pessimistic Rustin "Rust" Cohle and his family-man partner Martin "Marty" Hart respectively. The story begins with the ritualistic murder of a prostitute, with a strange object made of twigs left at the crime scene. These twig-things eventually lead Rust and Marty on a dark journey that walks the line between reality and madness.
Everyone decides to stay up for the night and keep together to throw off the murderous man in bandages. Conan sees that Ayako has a choker that belonged to the dead Chikako. She says she found it a short while ago, but Conan recalls that she had it on when she was abducted. This means that yes, the "bandaged man" is someone in the group.
Ayako, the last one to see Chikako alive, tells Conan that she saw her holding a letter and looking disturbed; this confirms Conan's suspicions about a secret meeting between Chikako and her eventual murderer. He wonders why Ran is a target now, however, and asks her if she remembers seeing something special when she got into the guys's rooms.
Conan/Sonoko continues by saying that Chikako's kidnapping wasn't such, but a trick made with a puppet, a cape, two wires and the already dead Chikako's severed head. A wire was strung over one of the rails, and both of them were tied above the window: when the killer cut them off, the "fake killer" slid over and passed in front of the window (which is what the group saw), then was 'hauled back' by the actual murderer. Only one person could have done that Ryoichi Takahashi, who was repairing the roof and as a former stagehand, is the only one with enough skills to do so.
Plot: Against the wishes of his foster parents, Aadhi joins the college in Chennai. In fact, he is looking to avenge the murder of his biological parents. He meets and falls for Anjali, who too has an agenda.
Plot: Raja takes the blame for a murder committed by his father and goes to prison. When he gets released, his father does not accept him, which makes him flee the city. But fate plays otherwise.
Plot: A rich businessman is found murdered under mysterious circumstances. A young investigative officer, DCP Niranjan, is put in charge of the case. The main suspect is a don based in Dubai.
Man gets life term for murderLudhiana, January 9The Court of Sessions Judge G K Rai has sentenced Ram Dass (22) of the Jawahar Nagar camp, Ludhiana, to undergo rigorous life imprisonment on the charges of killing Yashpal alias Aarti of the vicinity.SPORTS 2b1af7f3a8