Wellington, Ohio, is a quaint village around 40 miles south-west of Cleveland surrounded by rolling fields. In 2007, it was the scene of a grisly crime that would cause irreversible damage to a well-known and well-loved family and in the aftermath, would reignite the debate over teenagers and violent videogames.
Diane Tilly was a well-known and well-loved teacher from San Antonio, Texas. She cared deeply for troubled students and became a mother figure to many of them. In 2004, she vanished. Shortly thereafter, a teenage girl and her father were arrested and a lurid background of abuse and incest would come to the surface.
West Wendover is a small city that has thrived under a lucrative gambling industry in Nevada. In addition, it’s also known for legal brothels and the air force base where Enola Gay took off, heading for Hiroshima. Amidst these tales, however, is a story so shocking that is still wends through the deserts of West…
When John Caudle was just 14-years-old, he shot and killed his mother, Joanna Galla Rinebarger, and his stepfather, Tracy Rinebarger. What would drive a teenager to kill those who should be closest to him? Abuse. John had suffered years of abuse and neglect. One day, he snapped.