Chicago

© Logan Mock-Bunting
Marcus gets intimate with America's first serial killer, H.H. Holmes, by walking the paths of the White City. He relives the bloody riots of the 1968 Democratic National Convention. And he tracks down the real story behind Public Enemy Number, John Dillinger.

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Marcus Sakey at Navy Pier
Marcus Sakey at Navy Pier

Marcus Sakey at Navy Pier

Marcus Sakey explores the Navy Pier on a foggy night in Chicago. He has come to Chicago to tell the story of 3 different events that have become a notorious part of the city history. 960 1280

  

Marcus Sakey at Navy Pier

Marcus Sakey at Navy Pier

Marcus admires the Ferris wheel at Navy Pier just as serial murderer H.H. Holmes did more than a century ago. 960 1280

  

Marcus Sakey and Detective Tovar

Marcus Sakey and Detective Tovar

Marcus and Detective Tovar discuss the H.H. Holmes case as they walk through the former grounds of the 1893 Columbian Exhibition in Chicago. 960 1280

  

coronor's office in DuPage County, IL

coronor's office in DuPage County, IL

A behind-the-scenes look at the filming at the coroner's office in DuPage County, IL. 960 1280

  

Marcus Sakey Sakey and Dr. Del Boccio

Marcus Sakey Sakey and Dr. Del Boccio

Marcus and medical examiner Dr. Del Boccio discuss the story of H.H. Holmes at the DuPage coroner's office. 960 1280

  

Marcus and Dr. Del Boccio

Marcus and Dr. Del Boccio

Marcus and Dr. Del Boccio examine a brain for clues as to what happened to the victim. This is how police learned more about Holmes' crimes. 960 1280

  

Brent Houser and Marcus Sakey

Brent Houser and Marcus Sakey

Deputy Brent Houser teaches Marcus the ins and outs of firing a fully automatic weapon. 960 1280

  

Marcus Sakey fires a Tommy gun

Marcus Sakey fires a Tommy gun

Marcus takes aim and fires a tommy gun just like John Dillinger did in the 1930's. 960 1280

  

Brent House

Brent House

Deputy Brent House packs away the tommy gun for transport. 960 1280

  

Officer Tom Fuller and Marcus Sakey

Officer Tom Fuller and Marcus Sakey

Marcus talks about the 1968 Democratic National Convention protests with retired officer Tom Fuller at Manny's Deli, known for its killer pastrami and potato pancakes. 960 1280

  

Marcus Sakey at John Logan's statue in Grant Park

Marcus Sakey at John Logan's statue in Grant Park

Marcus writes at John Logan's statue in Grant Park, one of the notorious locales during the DNC riots of 1968. 960 1280

  

Marcus Sakey getting maced

Marcus Sakey getting maced

Marcus has David Hughes spray him with mace so he can experience what the rioters endured. 960 1280

  

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