James Jensen has just been released after spending 20 years in a psychiatric institution. He had admitted to killing three men and in the course of his trial, he attacked a male nurse that had been assigned to care for him. The judge ruled he was unfit to stand trial and was incarcerated indefinitely. On his release however, the widow of Henry Goss, one of the three victims, receives the wallets of each of the dead men. James has no recollection of the events leading up to his original arrest and can't explain some elements of his confession. James is however haunted by memories of his time at the Hickley Home for Children, where he grew up. The fact that all three of the original victims were in some way connected to the children's home does not escape the police's attention. Written by
Did You Know?
The woman who stopped James Jenson from beating Rivelli up... who was she?
Why do you want to know that?
I don't know. It's in my nature.