On the streets of northeast Minneapolis where he�s lived most of his life, Alan Enger is nicknamed "Backdraft." By the time he landed in prison last year, cops think he had set up to a hundred fires in the area.
Two murders and a suicide: The strange story of Father Ryan Erickson and the rift he made in Hudson, Wisconsin.
Their cars were moving when James Lundquist and William Anderson opened fire on strangers. But was anyone at the wheel?
A dozen half-stripped corpses in 10 states have left investigators baffled: Is something evil at work on the railroads?
Some people think crack and furniture-stripping fumes made Chuck Strobel crazy. But it was the rural peace and quiet that drove him over the edge.