Back in 1987, two young women were murdered and sexually abused in separate attacks in Kent, England. The authorities were able to collect evidence from both crime scenes, but due to DNA analysis being still in its infancy, the killer remained unidentified for decades—likely thinking they got away with it.
But in 2020, there was a breakthrough. Finally, after 33 years, the police had a name, a prime suspect. But nobody could have imagined the extent of horrors investigators were about to uncover when they raided 66-year-old David Fuller's home.
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