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The Boy In The Dean Corll Polaroid

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The Boy In The Dean Corll Polaroid

Post by Aurora on Tue Aug 25, 2015 5:22 pm


Pictured Dean Corll


"One of the worst serial killers in the history of the United States is Dean Corll, who is believed to have raped, tortured, and murdered at least 28 victims during the early 1970s. Corll exclusively targeted teenage boys and was nicknamed “The Candy Man” because his family owned a candy factory and he often handed out candy to children. Corll worked alongside two teenage accomplices, Elmer Wayne Henley Jr. and David Brooks, who helped lure Corll’s victims to his home. In 1973, Henley shot Corll to death to prevent him from murdering one of his friends. Henley and Brooks both received life sentences for their roles in Corll’s murders, but a recent piece of evidence suggests that the horrific saga of The Candy Man may not be completely over.In 2012, filmmaker Josh Vargas was doing research for a movie about Henley’s life and went through an old box containing Henley’s personal effects. He uncovered a faded Polaroid of what appeared to be a handcuffed teenage boy. Since the boy looks genuinely terrified, there is little doubt that the picture was taken right before Corll murdered him. The problem is that nobody can figure out the boy’s identity, as he does not resemble any of Corll’s known victims. Henley also denies knowing who the boy is. One possible theory is that the victim might be Darren Bruce Hillis, a 14-year-old who vanished from Virginia in 1973. The photo has been released to the media, but thus far, no one has been able to identify the boy who might be Dean Corll’s 29th victim."


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