This tragic story calls out one of the glaring issues with how restraining orders are handled and how far people will go to try to hurt someone for hurting them.
Sometimes it takes days to cleanup a murder. Sometimes it takes remodeling a home. But sometimes it is as simple as keeping your story straight. That did not happen here.
People come in all forms. Tammy was tough and that is an understatement.
Rims were a big thing in the 1990's in Dallas and there were several homicides ties to stealing and selling them. You may surprised at how much rims are worth to someone...
2 groups of men, one groups has guns, a turf war, and head trauma that makes a fella act crazy... What could go wrong?
Tell the hookers to avoid chicken farms and people that spend time on chicken farms. This is the story of a legit under the radar serial killer.
Some people will never learn. When killing one person leads to life in prison what do you think happens with the second murder? You are executed by firing squad if you do that in Utah.
It's ladies night! The last executed woman in the U.S. Sometimes new flames make us do crazy things. And sometimes people are just crazy.
The story of the murders of Rosa Lee Dolly Oakley and Shannon Lynn Mellon was based on $34. This case might not have ever happened if two men wold have not left a women to die.
The story of the double murder of Dawn McCreery and Wendy Offredo that might have been avoided if Bad Company had just one less fan. This show gets a little rocky in the beginning and ends on the verge of a heart attack.
The story of the double murder of Gilbert and Clara Lambertson that led to the last hanging in the U.S. Thus episode will definitely give you chills.
The story of the murder of David Self was based on a robbery that ended with little loot and and a new clinical diagnosis. Sometimes crazy and stupid inevitably intersect.
The story of the gruesome murder of Connie Johnson that led to the state of Tennessee to take out some of it's trash.
A quadruple homicide rocks the town of Pelham and shows that evil can show itself in many forms, and sometimes might be closer than you think.