The finale episode is upon us and this week Amy closes up the Murder for Money season with a devastating case that happened very close to home. Back in 2008, millionaire Christopher Foster fell down a path of no redemption and those closest to him paid the price, this is the story of what happened. In the last burning questions segment of the season, Freya tackles familicide, which is the area of forensic psychology that fascinates her the most, and Amy runs through all the pros and cons of using CCTV as evidence.


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Crime and Investigation: Christopher Foster

The Guardian: Christopher Foster ‘I’ve Thought About Doing Myself in Loads of Times’

Roger (Jan) Meecham: Only One Way Out

Daily Mail: Aftermath of a Murder Spree

UK CCTV Installations: How CCTV footage is used in crime investigation

Springer Link: The Value of CCTV Surveillance Cameras as Investigation Tools

Nice: Caught on camera: The CCTV challenges facing police

Foresight: Is CCTV evidence enough to prosecute?

Crime Traveller: Family Annihilation: The Crimes and Psychology of Familicide

Birmingham City University: Characteristics of family killers revealed by first classification study

The Conversation: Why Do Men Kill Their Families?