Melissa Moore is an Emmy-nominated Crime Correspondent, Executive Producer of LMN's "Monster In My Family" and recognized expert on the topics of recovery from trauma, domestic violence, and serial violent crimes. Moore was raised Melissa Jesperson, daughter of the infamous “Happy Face” serial killer, Keith Jesperson. Growing up in a small town in Washington state, she survived the escalating trauma from her home life and the man she called her father. Today, she frequently shares her insight and background with survivors seeking to heal from violent crimes and abuse through her work and bestselling book, WHOLE: A Guide to Self-Repair (2016 Rodale). To learn more visit www.melissagmoore.com.
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