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Before long, investigators were interrogating Robert Chambers , who claimed Levin died following a round of consensual, rough sex in the park. Instead, prosecutors argued at trial that Levin was raped and killed. This fall, a five-episode docuseries on the case is coming to AMC. The Preppy Murder: Death in Central Park will reexamine the case, airing all five episodes over three consecutive nights starting November 13 at 9 p. An exclusive clip of the series is shown above. Police would learn that while they searched the crime scene for clues, Chambers was hiding in vegetation nearby, watching them.
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By Wills Robinson For Dailymail. Lovers who were both dating other people were shot dead while having sex inside a parked car in what police have described as a 'crime of passion'. Shakoor Arline, 25, and mother-of-five Lisa Smith, 32, were together in the back seat of a SUV in Philadelphia when someone opened the rear door and fired nine shots, hitting the pair multiple times in the head. Maintenance workers found their bodies on Friday afternoon near Lemon Hill Mansion, a historic building in the city's Fairmount Park. Shakoor Arline, 25 left and right , and Lisa Smith, 32 not pictured were having sex in a car in a Philadelphia park when someone shot them both in the head.
Kohei Yoshiyuki is a Japanese photographer best known for The Park , his series of photographs of people watching other people have sex in the public parks of 's Tokyo. It's that exact mix of hilarious, depressing, and creepy you'd expect to get from pictures of people hiding in bushes and touching themselves, and it's great. Once you arrive, you're given a torch to guide your way around the space and witness the peepers in their natural habitat — darkness. I called up Kohei to find out what's so special about shooting people at their most vulnerable.