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 ...
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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 also at the premiere in Owosso, MI this past weekend for the show on Saturday evening. This movie kept me wondering throughout the whole time as to who was the murderer. I liked it so much that I went back for the Sunday afternoon showing. The actors were fantastic and very convincing (ie:Dan Haggerty, DJ Perry, Terrence Knox, Terry Jernigan, Dennis Haskins, & Charles Matthau). Thumbs up to Tony Hornus!
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