A Crime To Remember
The story behind Truman Capote's classic In Cold Blood when the four members of the Clutter family are brutally murdered, detectives mount a nationwide search for the killers and face the chilling prospect that they died for no reason whatsoever.
Who Would Gun Down A Prominent Family Inside Their Home?
Los Angeles, CA, 1968: It's a temperate evening in the L.A. Castilian apartment complex, but something is amiss inside the adjacent parking garage.
1960s Los Angeles Mystery: Woman Found Shot In Running Car
Santa Cruz, CA, 1970: Police respond to a blazing house fire and are shocked at their discovery – three adults and two children are found ritualistically bound, shot, and drowned in their own swimming pool.
Firemen Find Bodies Of Adults And Kids Ritualistically Murdered In Swimming Pool
1934: Eric Madison is found dead in a boarding house at the back of the Warner Brother's lot. But in an age where propriety is paramount, will the punishment fit the crime?
Mysterious Murder By Old Hollywood Movie Studio
1954: When Marilyn Sheppard is found beaten to death in her bedroom, it will take more than thirty years to piece together the truth of what happened the night she died.
Pregnant Wife Found Brutally Beaten To Death In Her Bedroom
1960: When wealthy Mary Burge is found strangled in her bed, detectives encounter a world of hooded Klan members and blue blood Yankees where the truth is stranger than fiction.
Wealthy Woman Found Strangled To Death In High Society Neighborhood
Easter Sunday turns deadly when a pin-up model and two others are discovered brutally murdered. Religion, art, and madness come together in this twisted tale of love and obsession.
Easter Sunday Turns Deadly For Pin-Up Model And Two Others
1966: It starts with a simple knock on a bedroom door, and begins one of the most infamous mass murders in American history. A strange man enters the home of nursing students and systematically tortures, rapes, and murders eight young women, then disappears into the night. The investigation follows a series of wild twists and turns as police coordinate a citywide dragnet to capture one of the most violent criminals in history before he strikes again.
Student Nurses Found Butchered During Summer Of Race Riots In Chicago
1968: When a local reporter receives a mysterious phone call from a murderer who threatens to kill again, Gaffney police must race against the clock to try to save the town's teen girls.
Killer Notifies Press The Location Of The Bodies Of Teenage Girls
Kansas City, MO, 1953: Bobby Greenlease has been kidnapped. When the largest ransom payout in history fails to bring Bobby back, St. Louis' shadiest characters must track down the culprits.
Someone Has Just Stolen Your Son
Money and influence allow the Greenlease's to keep the FBI out of the case, but when the largest ransom payout in history fails to bring Bobby's safe return, it will fall to the hands of St. Louis' shadiest characters to track down the culprit.
They Failed To Deliver The Money To The Kidnappers
Gretchen is a wild child - beautiful, blonde, and impulsive - but Wendy is a goodie-two-shoes. In a town known for its delinquents and runaways, the Fritzes must accept that their daughters may have hit the road without saying goodbye.
Everyone Looked Up To Chalrles Schmid
Tucson, AZ, 1965: When Gretchen Fritz and her sister Wendy leave for a movie and never come home, police must infiltrate the tight-knit world of Speedway teens to discover the disturbing truth behind the girls’ disappearance.
They Drove Off Into The Night, Never To Be Seen Again
Austin, TX, 1966: A rain of bullets descends on students and faculty at the University of Texas. But when the smoke clears there remain more questions than answers: who could have done this evil, hideous thing? And why?
One Second I Was Walking To Class, The Next I Was Running For My Life
San Bernardino, CA, 1964: When Lucille and Cork Miller's car crashes, Cork burns to death inside. Half the evidence suggests it was an accident, but could Lucille have wanted her husband out of the picture?
The Car Was Ablaze And Her Husband Was Still Inside
San Bernardino, CA, 1964: When Lucille and Cork Miller’s car crashes, Cork burns to death inside. Half the evidence suggests it was an accident, but could Lucille have wanted her husband out of the picture?
They Were Deeply In Debt And Tried To Hide It