A body is finally found, but its discovery only leads to more questions, as the stories behind it are as mysterious as the string of murders themselves.
In 1987, Ronald Keys was sentenced to life in prison, found guilty of murdering 14 people in the town of Kodiak, Oklahoma, over the span of a three-year period. But as a former prosecutor and investigative journalist, Michael Murray isn’t convinced. Not just because Ronald insists he didn’t do it, but also because of those 14 bodies, not a single one was ever found. Until now.