Steven Avery's Hot & Cold Behavior in Prison

Before Tiger King, The Social Dilemma, and Don't F**K With Cats, Americans were binge-watching Netflix's Making a Murderer. The docuseries putting in question the convictions of Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey for the murder of 25-year-old photographer Teresa Halbach.


Now, Avery's cellmate of three years, Karl Wernecke, is revealing numerous details about the convicted murderer in the special Steven Avery: Confessions of a Killer on REELZ, including conversations that could turn aggressive.

Wernecke describes Avery as "unpredictable... If you do the littlest thing, it could set him off, just straight irate zero to one-hundred. Not much you can do with anger in prison except get in more trouble. And he's like, 'Well, what are they gonna do? Are they gonna throw me in the hole?'" Karl adds that Steven didn't seem to be afraid of going in the hole and, "A person who's not afraid of going in the hole is somebody who's not afraid of doing just about anything."

How Steven Avery Would Get Away with Murder

Steven Avery's cellmate, Karl Wernecke, also says that Steven would root for the bad guys in the movies and tv shows. Avery would also detail how to away with murder with tips like, "You can never kill somebody you know. Run the body through a wood chipper and feed him to a bunch of hogs." Those are some dark thoughts coming from a dark cell.

Do you think Steven Avery is wrongfully convicted? Will Karl Wernecke change your mind? There's only one way to find out. Watch the full special, Steven Avery: Confessions of a Killer Sunday, November 8th on REELZ.

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