The job of binge-watching true crime for a day is back -- and could earn you $2,400


Last yr, documentary streaming service MagellanTV paid one true crime fanatic $1,000 to look at 24 hours of crime documentaries.
This yr they’re trying for three brave souls to take the job — and they’re providing greater than double the reward.

Three folks will now have the prospect to win as a lot as $2,400 every if they’ll sit by way of a full day of true crime — $100 per hour they endure. They’ll additionally get a one-year membership to MagellanTV.

“Our ideal candidates live for True Crime,” the posting for the “True Crime Watch Dream Job” mentioned. “They can handle the most menacing serial killer, the goriest details and don’t flinch at the chilling paranormal.”

The fortunate three chosen will watch 18 documentaries, some of that are the identical as final yr. They embody terrifying tales debunking fiction and retelling reality, from “Jack the Ripper: Tabloid Killer” to “The Columbine Massacre: In the Killer’s Mind.”

And simply to verify solely these with the thickest pores and skin apply, there’s one other problem. Whoever’s employed should stream their experiences on social media to point out everybody simply how powerful — or not — they’re.

Anyone who dares to place their sanity to the check has till May 5 to use.



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