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In 1994, the “West Memphis 3” — Damien Echols, Jessie Misskelley, and Jason Baldwin — were tried and convicted as teenagers for the ‘satanic’ murder of three young boys. What about this case so captivated the nation?
Damien Echols opens up about his life before being accused of the murder of three young boys. Why did he react the way he did after hearing his death sentence? And find out how solitary confinement nearly destroyed him mentally and physically.
Damien Echols tells us why he believes he was targeted as a prime suspect in the murder of three young boys, and explains why he had to overcome his anger. Find out how he made the most out of his time while on death row.
Damien Echols and his wife, Lorri Davis, discuss his wrongful imprisonment. Davis shares what led to her involvement in Echols’ case, and the extent she went to help him get justice. How did celebrities play a role in his quest for freedom?
Damien Echols’ wife, Lorri Davis, didn’t tell her family she married a man on death row for four years. Why did she find it necessary to keep it from them? Plus, Echols talks honestly about how hard it was to recover from life in prison.
Damien Echols describes the trauma he endured behind bars awaiting execution, and the post-traumatic stress he’s dealt with since his release. Find out why Echols still hasn’t been exonerated by the state of Arkansas, though he is now a free man.
A pivotal figure in Damien Echols story, former FBI profiler John Douglas shares a few words about his character and innocence. How did Douglas manage to restore some of Echols’ faith in the judicial system after all the trauma he experienced?
Dr. Oz shares the incredible stories of several true crime heros, and investigative reporter Mara Schaviocampo joins him to discuss their brave actions. Hear what one of Jayme Closs’s rescuers, Kristin Kasinskas, recalls about the situation.
One of the survivors of the “Cleveland Kidnapper,” Amanda Berry, tells us the story of her rescue by Charles Ramsey — and reveals that two strangers walked away from her cries for help before he came to her aid.
His story has been compared to a real-life witch hunt: Damien Echols was sentenced to die after being convicted, along with two others, of killing three young boys. He was set free after 18 years and today he shares his story.