The Capture of the Green River Killer Soundtrack (


Over nearly 20 years, Det. Dave Reichert of the King County Sheriff's Department investigated a series of brutal murders by a serial killer who became known as the Green River Killer after the location where some of his early victims were found. All the victims were women involved in prostitution.

The police used the tools available at the time including an FBI profiler. They even interviewed serial killer Ted Bundy who was on death row at the time and offered his insight into the killer. Several men came under suspicion and were interviewed at length and at one point, Reichert was convinced he knew the identity of the killer.

It was not until DNA matching came into being that they had the evidence to proceed. The killer eventually admitted to killing 71 women.

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User reviews

Donna Scott

The soundtrack successfully conveyed the emotional toll that the investigation took on Det. Dave Reichert and his team.

Edward Martinez

Overall, the soundtrack of The Capture of the Green River Killer was a crucial element in conveying the complexity and depth of the real-life events portrayed in the film.

Richard Harris

The soundtrack of The Capture of the Green River Killer failed to capture the intense and emotional gravity of the real-life events and investigations surrounding the case.

Kenneth Turner

Overall, the soundtrack did a disservice to the victims and their families by failing to evoke the necessary emotions and atmosphere required to honor their memory and the efforts of law enforcement in solving the case.

Margaret Evans

The music complemented the dark and intense nature of the story, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Lisa Anderson

The music felt generic and uninspired, lacking the depth and complexity needed to convey the harrowing nature of the crimes committed by the Green River Killer.

John Lewis

The music underscored the gravity of the crimes committed by the Green River Killer, evoking a sense of sorrow and outrage.

Edward Carter

The emotional depth conveyed through the music added a layer of complexity to the narrative, making it more engaging.

David Smith

The use of sound design in the soundtrack enhanced the authenticity of the storytelling, immersing viewers in the world of the investigation.

Donald Williams

The soundtrack of The Capture of the Green River Killer perfectly captures the intense and suspenseful atmosphere of the investigation into the heinous crimes committed by the serial killer. The haunting melodies and eerie tones create a sense of unease and tension that immerses the audience in the chilling story.

Donna Williams

The use of subtle cues and motifs in the soundtrack helped to build tension and create a sense of unease.

William Nelson

The use of music in the series effectively enhances the emotional impact of the tragic events depicted, bringing a sense of empathy and sorrow for the victims and their families. The soundtrack serves as a powerful storytelling tool, adding depth and complexity to the narrative and leaving a lasting impression on the viewer.

Kimberly Smith

The soundtrack's ability to evoke a range of emotions, from fear to empathy, contributed to the overall impact of the film.

Mary Moore

The soundtrack of The Capture of the Green River Killer effectively captured the chilling and suspenseful atmosphere of the investigation.