Life After Death 

In 1994, the West Memphis Three were convicted of child murder. But troubling questions and a series of films have led many to doubt their guilt.

The Robin Hood Hills child-murder crime scene has grown incredibly cold in 13 years. Even the morbidly curious college students finally stopped haunting the drainage ditch behind the Blue Beacon Truck Wash in West Memphis, Arkansas, where 8-year-olds Christopher Byers, James Michael…

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