If You’re A True Crime Lover Apply For This Job that Pays $2,400
I feel like this is the moment many of us have trained for! If you love watching true crime documentaries and are active on social media then MagellanTV is looking for you!
Magellan TV, which apparently is a streaming service for true crime documentaries that have plans as low as $4.99 a month, is looking for three brave souls to binge watch true crime documentaries for 24 hours straight and document your journey on social media. The three chosen for this challenge will get a nice payment of $2,400!
It’s the second year MagellanTV has done this; last year, they paid just one person $1,000 to binge 24 hours of crime documentaries. The application is on their website, and it’s open to anyone 18 and over. The deadline to apply is May 5th; submit yours before and maybe it'll be you making a killing while watching others commit them.
If you're up for the challenge, MagellanTV have list of what you'll be watching for your true crime all nighter:
- “Great Bank Heists” 53 minutes
- “Mistress Mercy” 87 minutes
- “A Shallow Grave” 48 minutes
- “A Monster Among Us” 48 minutes
- “Crossbow Killer” 48 minutes
- “Night Terror” 24 minutes
- “Murder in Paradise” 46 minutes
- “Jonestown Paradise Lost” 100 minutes
- “The Family: Inside the Manson Cult” 91 minutes
- “The Price of Honor” 109 minutes
- “Crime Files with David Wilson” 180 minutes
- “The Great Mint Swindle” 92 minutes
- “Chain Gang Girls” 135 minutes
- “Conversations with a Serial Killer” 127 minutes
- “Psychopath: Redefining Rational” 50 minutes
- “The Columbine Massacre: In the Killer’s Mind” 51 minutes
- “Jack the Ripper: Tabloid Killer” 44 minutes
- “Deadly Dates” 132 minutes
For a complete list of rules and conditions, along with the application, click here.
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