When a young mother is executed and her family critically injured, investigators piece together haunting clues and an earlier murder to capture deranged killers with a spiritual calling.
Sharon Lee Halstead's son H.M. Shively discusses his relationship with the Greene family. Sharon Lee Halstead was sentenced to a minimum of 75 years in prison for the murder of Lynnann Greene, the attempted murders of David and Nathaniel Greene, and the murder of Marston Lemke.
Former prosecutor Tim Thompson remembers the relationship between the Halstead and Greene families, who became the center of a tragic murder in Grants Pass, Oregon. In November of 1988, Sharon Lee Halstead gunned down Lynnann Greene and attempted to kill her husband, David Greene, and their young son Nathaniel Greene, as part of a twisted religious mission.
Members of law enforcement and others close to Sharon Lee Halstead recall her case and sentencing. Halstead was given a minimum of 75 years in prison for the murder of Lynnann Greene, the attempted murders of David and Nathaniel Greene, and the murder of Marston Lemke.
Police in Grants Pass, Oregon, are called to the scene of a chilling crime. Gunshot victim David Greene remembers running to a neighbor's house for help after the murder of his wife, Lynnann Greene, and shooting of his young son, Nathaniel Greene.
When young mother Lynnann Greene is executed and her family critically injured, investigators uncover a set of chilling clues that link her murder to a group of religious fanatics with a violent mission.