‘Candy Man’ Dean Corll was shot dead 48 years ago. Texas EquuSearch will soon begin searching for the remains of any additional victims
48 years ago, Dean Corll, one of the country’s most prolific serial killers, was shot dead at his home in Pasadena, Texas. Texas EquuSearch announced Sunday it will soon begin searching for the remains of any additional victims.
Former henchman of one of Houstons most notorious serial killers dies of COVID-19
HUNTSVILLE, Texas A onetime henchman of one of the Houston areas most notorious serial killers has died of COVID-19, officials said Wednesday. Henley, who said he shot and killed Corll in 1973 in self-defense after hours of drinking and glue sniffing at Corlls Pasadena house, also is serving six life sentences. Police then recovered the bodies of their victims, most from Corlls southwest Houston boat shed. Other bodies were buried in remote areas of East Texas and at the beach. Henley, who turned 64 on Tuesday, became eligible for parole in 1983 but has been denied release repeatedly.