Netflix exposes evil killer who blew up victims with bombs in new true crime series Murder Among The Mormons

AN EVIL killer who blew up victims with bombs is set to be exposed in new Netflix true crime series Murder Among The Mormons.

The three-part documentary covers three bombings in 1985 which sent shockwaves though the religious community in Salt Lake City.

The incidents killed two people and left one fighting for his life, with a revelation that threatened to unsteady the roots of the LDS Church.

Mark Hofmann – a renowned collector of rare documents, including the infamous White Salamander Letter – was the injured victim.

The letter was discovered alongside "a trove of early Mormon letters and diaries" worth a hefty $1.5million in a destroyed vehicle belonging to Hofmann.

Kicking off the trailer an interviewee says ominously: "The only way to keep a secret between two people is to kill one of them – it's kind of true."

The clip goes on to hear from a range of different people, and one said: "The Salamander Letter gave a far different story of the Church’s roots."

"Instead of God and angels, now it's salamanders and magic," said another incredulously.

One commented: "People who wanted to protect the Church didn’t want this document to come to light."

The series is directed by Jared Hess (Napoleon Dynamite) and Tyler Measom (An Honest Liar) by BBC Studios Production.

Joe Berlinger, Ryan O’Dowd, Hess, and Measom are among the executive producers.

Murder Among The Mormons premieres on Netflix Wednesday March 3.

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