After being arrested, a Texas man begins confessing to the brutal murder of over 200 women. He recounts his random selection of victims and his traveling companions, his friend and friend's sister. But the police can't be sure whether to believe him or not until he locates a body and shows them some polaroids. Based on the true story of Henry Lee Lucas.
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A True Story of America's Most Twisted Serial Killer.
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Did You Know?
There is a version where the scenes where a 15 year old Daniel Ray Hawkins murders a prostitute is removed from the film. Also removed from the film is a scene when Hawkins is a child and he and his sister watch their mother have sex with two men and it infuriates their father and causes him to commit suicide. Also removed from the film is where a girl escapes from Hawkins when he tries to kill her. Also in the film Hawkins and a Texas Sheriff discussing Hawkins homosexual relations with Moon Lawton is edited. Another scene cut from the film is outside a gas station where they discuss starting their own violent sex magazine and later when they are in the gas satation the scene where they pick up groceries is cut. These scenes are just before they murder the gas station worker and another customer in the store. Also cut from this version is a scene where Lawton leaves for Louisianna and tells Hawkins and Milly goodbye. See more