Twenty years have passed since the peaceful community of Carl Junction, Missouri was shaken by the murder of high school student Steven Newberry and the arrests of three classmates.
Details of the crime emerged through the winter and spring of 1988, including claims that the three killers had dabbled in Satanism.
Now, one of the killers, Ronald Clements, has given his first media interview about the case.
We sit down with Clements in the prison where he's serving a life sentence. We'll also hear from Marlys Horn, the mother of murdered victim, Steven Newberry.
"If we would have been aware of, you know, actions have consequences, I honestly don't think a lot of this would have taken place," Clements says, reflecting on the decisions he made at age 17.
Watch that two part series by clicking the headlines to the right.
Also available are extended excerpts from the interviews with Marlys Horn, the mother of Steven Newberry, and Ronald Clements, one of the three men convicted in his murder.