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Interviews with the people who told their heart-stopping stories on the series, "Evil Lives Here."

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William Choyce torments his wife, Alice, and daughter, Crystal, who don't discover he's a serial killer until after their escape; in this follow-up, Alice and Crystal reflect on sharing their terrifying story and reveal a new surprise.
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Brian Britton guns down his family, but his sister, Sherry, manages to survive; now, she finds herself fighting against his possible parole; in this follow-up, Sherry reveals the disturbing message she received from a friend of her brother's.
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In January 2017, George and Margaret Keller tell the world what happened when they discovered their son, Paul, was a deadly arsonist; now, they share what happened after the interview, including how Paul reacted to the show.

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