In the early 1900’s, Will Harris terrorized a small North Carolina town in a rampage that started with a search for his ex-girlfriend. This lifelong criminal had a past filled with prison escapes and mayhem, leading him to his final act of destruction that took many lives of both police and civilians.
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?