Dean ‘Candy Man’ Corll: One known victim of Houston serial killer remains unidentified; this is what experts say he looked like
Dean Corll is perhaps the most notorious killer in Houston’s history.It may all seem like history, but the tendrils of his thee-year killing spree extend to present day with one set of unidentified child-size remains, still lacking a name since they were found nearly 50 years ago.
‘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.
The Ranger and the Serial Killer, Mind Reading, The Resurrection of St. Nicholas
The Ranger and the Serial Killer, Mind Reading, The Resurrection of St. Nicholas Extracting confessions from a serial killer; Then, how MRI scans are showing scientists the physical makeup of our thoughts; And, resurrecting the church destroyed on 9/11.cbsnews.com
Houston serial killer, Lucky Ward, sentenced to death for strangling 4 people
HOUSTON – A Houston serial killer was sentenced to death by a Harris County jury for his role in the strangulation of four people. “Jurors had the courage to look at all the evidence, give a voice to the victims, and declare that he was the worst of the worst,” Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg said. Prosecutors also believed Ward was tied to the deaths of 51-year-old Myra Ical and Carol E. Flood, 62, in 2010. In one crime, prosecutors said he raped an 83-year-old woman in Brazoria County and he was sentenced to more than two decades in prison. In 2018, while Ward was awaiting trial for capital murder, prosecutors said he was charged after being caught with a shank while in the Harris County jail.
Police search for more victims of Indiana serial killer
Police search for more victims of Indiana serial killer The alleged serial killer, Darren Vann, is due in court after confessing to 7 murders in Gary, Indiana. Vann has been charged with one murder, but police say they have enough evidence for at least three more cases. WBBM's Brad Edwards reports.cbsnews.com