In September 2002, two women were found dead inside the Dolly Madison bakery in Great Bend, Kansas. Twenty years later, a filmmaker who grew up near the bakery, is determined to shed light on the case and find justice for the victims. With interviews, evidence analysis, and community involvement, the film investigates potential suspects, including someone who may be hiding in plain sight.
Runtime: 53 Minutes
Director: Aaron Mull
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