Bill gets drawn into a horrifying crime that hits close to home. Holden receives an intriguing offer while in Atlanta to interview a pair of killers.
Did You Know?
William Pierce Jr. was paroled from the Georgia state prison at Reidsville in May of 1970, despite a report from staff psychiatrists that he may be a danger to himself or others. He claimed his first victim a month later and killed at least 9 people before his arrest in March, 1971. He was a serial confessor and had an IQ that barely broke 70. See more
At the meeting in the church regarding the child found in the basement, a member of the audience refers to the pastor as "Father". Lutheran ministers are called "Pastor" or "Reverend" but not "Father". It is established in the first episode it is a Lutheran church. See more
Brass in Pocket
Written by Chrissie Hynde
and James Honeyman-Scott
Performed by The Pretenders See more