Calling all True Crime buffs, we’ve got a pretty good deal for you.
Documentary streaming service ‘MagellanTV’ is paying somebody $1,000 to watch 24 hours worth of its true crime content. Now, before you sweat at the thought of watching endless docos, you’ll be glad to know that you’ll be given 48 hours to complete the task. Sweet!
You’ll then need to post about the experience on social media.
“Our candidate has a passion for all things true crime. They can handle the creepiest serial killer, the grizzliest details, and the haunting spookiness of the paranormal,” the application reads.
“Should you win this dream job on our All-Night Crime Watch, we’ll provide basic guidelines for tracking your Crime Journey – when it comes to sharing the experience via social media, we just want you to keep it real. Don’t worry if you accidentally drift into the dark dreamland-you’ll actually have 48 hours to complete this epic crime and mystery binge.”
CALLING ALL CRIME JUNKIES!
We want to PAY one lucky crime lover $1,000 for bingeing 24 hours of crime documentaries STRAIGHT.
Are you brave enough?
Apply here: https://t.co/6YTW4xF0yQ pic.twitter.com/b7sI7lOh0T
— MagellanTV Documentaries (@MagellanTVDocs) April 15, 2020
They have even supplied us with a list of all the content you’ll be viewing, and even if we’re not accepted, we’ll still be binging these docos.
- “Manson’s Missing Victims” 47 min
- “Manson 40 Years Later” 90 min
- “Tortured to Death: Murdering the Nanny” 44 min
- “Murder on the Internet” 86 min
- “Women on Death Row” 53 min
- “Killer in the Family” 45 min
- “Columbine Massacre: In the Killer’s Mind” 51 min
- “Last Confessions of the Cannibal” 58 min
- “Behind Bars” 288 min
- “Parachute Murder Plot” 46 min
- “Art Trafficking: Gray Market” 53 min
- “Crimes that Made History” 130 min
- “Jonestown: Paradise Lost” 200 min
- “Undercover Asia” 132 min
- “Trafficking Pills” 54 min
- “Delhi Cops” 92 min
Who thought the true crime genre could pay so well?