Creator of the infamous Murder Castle in Chicago during the World’s Fair in 1893, H. H. Holmes was a swindler, a murderer, and obsessed with dissection. Just when you think the twisting tale couldn’t get more bizarre, something else happens!
During the Great Depression, a serial killer preyed on the homeless and transient populations of Cleveland, OH. This twisting tale involves The Untouchables’ Eliot Ness, cutting edge forensics at the time and a possible tie to the famous Black Dahlia case. Also known as the Butcher of Kingsbury Run, was any truly safe from this killer’s madness?