We continue our discussion of the Darlie Routier case. What does the crime scene tell us about what happened that night? How bad were Darlie’s wounds, and does the sock in the alley prove she is innocent?
In the early morning of June 6, 1996, Darlie Routier makes a desperate 911 call to report that her two oldest boys have been stabbed and her throat cut. So her family and neighbors are shocked when she is arrested for the crime. But did the police get it right?
On a rainy night in 1970, Captain Jeffrey MacDonald, a surgeon and a green beret, made a frantic call for help. His wife and children had been brutally murdered. But was it an attack by crazed, drugged out hippies? Or did MacDonald kill his entire family?
Two girls go for a bike ride in a small town in Iowa. Five months later, their bodies are found by hunters in an isolated wilderness preserve. Who killed the Evansdale girls? And did they also commit the Delphi murders?