For almost 20 years, Greg Torti has lived the life of a convicted sex offender—carrying a blue ID card with him at all times, avoiding schools and parks, living on the outskirts of town. It’s a just punishment for the crime, he says. It’s just that he didn’t commit it.
The life of Reverend Charles Moore, who died by self-immolation in the parking lot of a Texas strip mall.
In the summer of 1982, three Waco teenagers were savagely murdered for no apparent reason. Four men were ultimately charged with the crime. One was executed, two others were given life sentences, and a fourth was sent to death row only to be released after six years. They all may have been innocent.
An investigation into the death of a sacred white buffalo and the man who raised it.
Thirty years after the murder in Abilene, the question remains unanswered.
The rise and fall of “Rock Around the Clock” singer Bill Haley.
The story of dog-scent lineup innovator Keith Pikett and the not-so-scientific science behind forensics.
On the mysterious life story of blues icon Blind Willie Johnson and a half-century of attempts to fill in the blanks.