Category Archives: Texas Killing Fields

LE PALUDI DELLA MORTE/ Oggi in tv su Rai Movie: Michael Mann tra i produttori (1 novembre 2017)

Le paludi della morte, il film in onda su Rai Movie oggi, mercoledì 1 novembre 2017. Nel cast: Sam Worthington e Jeffrey Dean Morgan, alla regia Ami Canaan Mann. Il dettaglio.

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Le paludi della morte/ Oggi in tv su Rai Movie: curiosità sul film (1 novembre 2017)

Le paludi della morte, il film in onda su Rai Movie oggi, mercoledì 1 novembre 2017. Nel cast: Sam Worthington e Jeffrey Dean Morgan, alla regia Ami Canaan Mann. Il dettaglio.

Read more at: http://www.ilsussidiario.net/News/Cinema-Televisione-e-Media/2017/11/1/LE-PALUDI-DELLA-MORTE-Su-Rai-Movie-il-film-con-Sam-Worthington-oggi-1-novembre-2017-/790197/

LE PALUDI DELLA MORTE/ Su Rai Movie il film con Sam Worthington (oggi, 1 novembre 2017)

Le paludi della morte, il film in onda su Rai Movie oggi, mercoledì 1 novembre 2017. Nel cast: Sam Worthington e Jeffrey Dean Morgan, alla regia Ami Canaan Mann. Il dettaglio.

Read more at: http://www.ilsussidiario.net/News/Cinema-Televisione-e-Media/2017/11/1/LE-PALUDI-DELLA-MORTE-Su-Rai-Movie-il-film-con-Sam-Worthington-oggi-1-novembre-2017-/790197/

Texas Prisoner Responds To Theory That He’s Responsible For Galveston Serial Murders


Prison Inmate Edward Harold Bell
Edward Harold Bell, in prison for murder, responds to a theory from two investigators that he might be a serial killer responsible for numerous murders of young women in and around Galveston in the 1970s.

Houston Matters recently brought you the story of two investigators who have a theory as to who might’ve killed eleven young women in and around Galveston in the 1970s.

Their theory is that considerable circumstantial evidence points to Edward Harold Bell, who happens to already be in prison for a different murder in the 1970s.

We asked Bell if he had a response to that theory, and he does. Houston Matters senior producer Michael Hagerty traveled to the Texas prison where Bell is being held to find out what he has to say

Read more at: https://www.houstonpublicmedia.org/articles/news/2017/08/22/231906/texas-prisoner-responds-to-theory-that-hes-responsible-for-galveston-serial-murders/

Experts: William Reece fits ‘serial killer’ profile – KTRK

A Texas man suspected in the cold-case killings of two women and two girls 20 years ago fits the profile of a serial killer because he chose his victims by gender and age, and derived pleasure from the control he exerted over them before they died, criminal experts and law enforcement officials said Friday.

William Lewis Reece, 58, is charged in the deaths of 19-year-old Tiffany Johnston, 17-year-old Jessica Cain and 12-year-old Laura Smither.

Reece also is suspected, but not charged, in the death of 20-year-old Kelli Cox, whose remains were discovered outside Houston and identified last year. Reece was already serving a 60-year prison sentence in Texas for kidnapping when he led police to graves where Cain and Cox’s remains were found.

All four victims disappeared over a four-month period in 1997. Johnston was from Oklahoma, while the three others were from Texas.

Oklahoma prosecutors announced Thursday they would seek the death penalty

Read more at: http://abc13.com/experts-william-reece-fits-serial-killer-profile/2277091/

Experts: Suspect in 4 deaths fits ‘serial killer’ profile

A Texas man suspected in the cold-case killings of two women and two girls 20 years ago fits the profile of a serial killer because he chose his victims by gender and age, and derived pleasure from the control he exerted over them before they died, criminal experts and law enforcement officials said Friday.

William Lewis Reece, 58, is charged in the deaths of 19-year-old Tiffany Johnston, 17-year-old Jessica Cain and 12-year-old Laura Smither.

Reece also is suspected, but not charged, in the death of 20-year-old Kelli Cox, whose remains were discovered outside Houston and identified last year. Reece was already serving a 60-year prison sentence in Texas for kidnapping when he led police to graves where Cain and Cox’s remains were found.

All four victims disappeared over a four-month period in 1997. Johnston was from Oklahoma, while the three others were from Texas.

Oklahoma prosecutors announced Thursday

Read more at: http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/experts-suspect-deaths-fits-serial-killer-profile-49043320