Evil Lives Here
Kelly Pletcher elopes with Wayne Adam Ford, who begins to descend into an obsessive world of twisted sexual fetishes and demeaning desires, and Kelly's short-lived fairy tale becomes a nightmare from which she is desperate to escape.
A killer's sister agonizes over whether to protect him or turn him in.
A girl trusts her stepfather implicitly but he has monstrous intentions.
A man's double life is exposed and all who love him will pay the price.
Claire Throssell interprets Darren Sykes' overwhelming displays of affection as signs of true love; she doesn't realize that Darren's grand gestures are his way of luring her into a false sense of security so he can control her.
Jon Eason hopes every day that someone will murder his son Dylan in prison; Dylan Eason's life sentence without parole doesn't appease his father, who admits wishing for his own son's death is horrible but feels Dylan deserves it for his 2016 crimes.
Christian Fuhr receives a life sentence, and his girlfriend, Ammie Turos, believes he is innocent; when she discovers he's guilty, her conviction is replaced by uncertainty, and she wonders if her life had been in danger the entire time.
People recount their horrifying true stories about living side-by-side with sociopathic friends or family who go on to commit heinous crimes.
When police arrest Melvin Ignatow for murder, his son Mike is sure he is innocent and that his dad's girlfriend is to blame instead; Mel is acquitted but later confesses, and Mike must face the fact that his father has gotten away with murder.
A woman believes that her sister blames her for the crimes she committed.
As a child, Daniel Rolle idolizes his father, Donald, until Donald's rage makes everyone suffer; when that eventually leads to murder, Daniel must decide if he still loves his father enough to beg a jury not to kill him.
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