In 1984, a woman in Texas was placed on death row - her sentence divided the state: on one side were her supporters, claiming that she shouldn't be put to death, while on the other corner were her detractors who stipulated "an eye for an eye".
Before the 1970s, a deadly Candy Man was roaming free in Houston, Texas; before the police knew it, he had already killed 28 teenage boys. Was it the police's fault for not knowing better?
In the year 1978, one man led more than 900 people to "commit" suicide - he was successful, but he too, was a casualty. How did he manage it?
For 30 years, a man performed various crimes, but he remained at large. Not once did his childhood indicate that he would grow up to be a murderer, but he did. What went wrong?
Lastly, a Bogeyman killed his family in their own home, but he was able to make a new life for himself. What drove him to do his filial crimes?
Here is a preview of what you'll learn:
One Leader, 900 Deaths
18 Years in Hiding
The Texan's 14-year battle
Robinson's money and murders
The Candy Man's murderous desires
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