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 ...Go to Episode
Marcus meets Architect Carlos Martinez on the steps of the Museum, one of the last remaining buildings of the World’s Fair of 1893, to understand the world HH Holmes moved through.
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Carlos Martinez takes Marcus back to his offices to show him the blueprint of the hotel HH Holmes built, known as the murder castle.
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Marcus and Detective Rafael Tovar meet in Jackson Park to walk the same paths as Holmes once did and discuss the minds of serial killers.
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Marcus, Detective Tovar and forensic pathologist Dr. Daniel Del Boccio go to the morgue to examine a human brain and get an understanding of what they look for when discovering bodies and identifying the cause of death.
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Marcus visits the Navy Pier and the Ferris wheel built for the white city.
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Marcus meets with David Hughes Vice President of special enforcement group to show Marcus police defense techniques, crowd control training and experience getting maced to understand both sides of the battle.
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Marcus goes to the Chicago Tribune to meet David Hinesman, Chicago Tribune reporter for over a decade who used to cover the crime beat.
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Marcus meets John Eig, an expert on prohibition gangsters, at the Biograph Theater where Dillinger’s story eventually ended.
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Marcus goes to the LaGrange Co. Sherriff Dept. to find the perfect gun. The Tommy Gun was used by one of Dillinger’s associates.
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