How V.P of The SE Emmy Awards Interviewed a Serial Killer Uncovering Shocking New Evidence
Aurea's very special guest is her friend and fellow Emmy Board member, and Vice President of the Southeast Emmy Awards, Three-time EMMY® award-winning investigative reporter Mark Pettit, returns to write the final chapter in his best-selling, and now newly updated book - A Need to Kill: The Death Row Drawings." Dramatic and chilling new evidence comes to light exposing the sinister thoughts running through the mind of John Joubert - the man behind the brutal murders of two young boys in Nebraska.
Mark got the first interview with the young killer who confessed to a string of crimes including the third murder in Portland, ME. Pettit was forced to testify against Joubert in the Portland case. Mark’s book is now in development as a true-crime TV series.
Mark left the world of news reporting to pursue his DREAM and passion of becoming a working actor.
Mark has done just that and shares with us all the inside backstage SCOOP of how he has risen to the top 10% in this industry of actors getting paid to work in movies and television.
An entrepreneur, founder, and CEO of Atlanta-based marketing firm Creaxion (pronounced “Creation”) Creaxion specializes in Consumer, Entertainment, and Cause-related marketing
Has worked for some of the best-known brands in the world including Porsche, Delta, The Coca-Cola Company, Conservation International
Current clients include the wildly successful Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience which made its North American Debut in Atlanta