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Biography

Biography

Episode Description

In 1983, after he confessed to killing 100 women, Henry Lee Lucas became America's most notorious serial killer. Later, Henry was identified as the killer of record in 214 cases. But did he really commit those crimes? Was Henry a serial killer or a serial liar? To find out, we talk to former Texas Ranger Bob Prince, who describes his work on the Henry Lee Lucas Task Force; reporter Hugh Aynesworth, who broke the story about the validity of Henry's confessions; and former prosecutor Vic Feazell, who blew the whistle on Henry.

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