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Confessions of a Small-Town Texas Serial Killer: Truly Frightening Details

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Lucas had originally been sentenced to death for the murder of an unidentified woman named “Orange Socks.” However, questions about his guilt arose when it was found that he had been given the case file to read, resulting in many of the details he had told police. In 1998, President George W. Bush had commuted his sentence to life in prison, but three years later, Lucas died in his cell as a result of heart failure. A documentary, including actual interrogation footage and law enforcement interviews regarding Lucas’ case file, is available for viewing on YouTube here, uploaded by the Jonathan Frenlie channel. As far as serial killer stories go, it comes highly recommended for its in-depth review and truly frightening details.

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