In July 1932, federal agents raided a picturesque farm near Jamestown, North Dakota. The farm was owned by one of the most prominent men in town. It also houses the biggest illegal booze operation west of Chicago.
One of North Dakota's wealthiest farmers was also a serial killer.
Eugene Butler was a founding father of the town of Niagara, N.D., in 1882. Shortly after his death in 1915, workmen found six skeletons under his house. Now more than 100 years after his murderous spree, authorities say you might hold the key to identifying his victims.
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After years of research, interviews and a boastful confession by another man, the new lead prosecutor fights to make sure justice is finally served in the death of Marie Wick and conviction of William Gummer.
Gummer gives an interview as he’s heading into prison. He doesn’t think he’ll be there long. But he is there for 22 years.
The trial and conviction of William Gummer. He always maintained his innocence, but why did officials think he was guilty?
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