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The tragic real life story of a serial killer who stalked his victims in the early 1970's in small town America. A weaving trail of twists and turns that left people unsettled for two generations until investigative persistence aided by modern technology brings justice for a young mother and her family some 28 years later. Written by
I was at the world premiere in Owosso and was thrilled with it. Now that I have viewed the official release, I have found it to be truly excellent. The performance given by the entire cast. It was truly on the mark and very warming. Each actor and actress portrayed their characters very strongly. I believe that the DVD was better than the premiere. I was happy at that time, now I am thrilled. I want to spit out a spoiler but I won't. I will leave that to someone else. To Tony Hornus I say, "Job well done. You wrote it well. As well as directing it well." To the cast I say, "Way to go. You guys took a true story to the limits." I hope you all get to go to the Oscar's with this one. And if not the Oscar's... maybe the Emmy's when it gets seen on the tube.
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