Investigates the National Forest Serial Killer - Gary Hilton. Hilton was unique amid the serial killer lexicon. He began his killing spree at age 61. This episode follows the life and crimes of Hilton who murdered his way across three states and terrified the hiking community throughout the South.
Discusses the day-trading Atlanta spree-killer, Mark Barton, who murdered 12 people within 72 hours - including his wife and two children. Also, looks at the mysterious deaths of Barton's first wife and mother-in-law who were murdered six years before his killing spree. These were slaying where he was the chief suspect.
Discusses bootlegging operations in North Georgia, the Assassination of District Attorney Floyd Hoard, and the arrest and conviction of Cliff Park - the seventy-year-old Dixie Mafia leader in Jackson County, GA.
Part 2 of the NM Penitentiary Riot discusses the unimaginable horrors that occurred in Cellblock 4, further events of the riot, and the beginning of the negotiations process. *Episode describes scenes of disturbingly horrific violence - Listener Discretion is Advised*
Episode discusses the William Dunn and Howland Brother's disappearance and murders in 1869. The three men left the Powell expiditon of the Grand Canyon and walked off into the desert never to be seen again. What happened to Dunn and the Howland Brothers remains one of America's best and little known unsolved mysteries. This episode will cover the events of their disappearance and provide possible theories for what happened to the doomed men.
Highlights the Sash Weight Murder Case. The most infamous murder case of the 1920s. It was the used as the central plot device for James Cain's Postman Always Rings Twice and Double Indemnity. These were made into movies that created Hollywood Film Noir.