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Drifter: Henry Lee Lucas (2010)
How do you get away with killing hundreds of people? Confess to killing thousands of people, of course! That was the tactic of serial killer Henry Lee Lucas who went on a killing spree across southern US in the 1960s.Henry Lee Lucas: Serial Killer attempts to set the record straight on this
Genre: Horror
Director: Michael Feifer
Release Date: April 12, 2010
Producers: Michael Feifer
Actors: Antonio Sabato Jr.,John Diehl,Kostas Sommer,Kelly Curran,Caia Coley,John Burke,Nicolas Canel,Ezra Averill,Thomas Garner,Jay Pickett,Daniel Tostenson,Andrea Lewis,Beth Shea,Brock Burnett,Nino Simon,Joy Jacobson,Bill Jacobson,Rusty Burns,Joseph Walsh
             
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